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Running is essentially defined as the fastest means for a person (or animal) to move on foot. In terms of sports or exercise, it is perhaps the most common method of facilitating greater cardio-respiratory performance.
Running involves motion in the entire body.
When running competitvely it is usually a long distance run. Don't start out to quickly or too slowly, if you start out too quickly then you will tire faster than the guy who is taking it at a leisurly pace; starting out too slowly, you will find yourself trying to compensate in the end of the race and by then you will be too far behind to make a difference. I suggest starting out at a moderate jog...the best teqnique to keep your breath is to breath in and then out with every step EX: right foot forward breath in, next step breath out, then in and out in and out
Jogging is running at a slower or leisurely pace for the purpose of increasing fitness, be it general or specific.