“Jogging” and “running” are two English words that we apply to the action of covering distance by taking small leaps from foot to foot. It’s the same motion, but we use the word “jogging” for when the pace is slower and “running” when it’s faster.
There’s no official cutoff, so you don’t need to measure anything to find out whether you are a “jogger” or a “runner.” It’s okay to call everything a run, even if your pace is on the slower side: you’re going out for a run, you’re a runner, you wear running shoes. Some people refer to their slower, easy-paced runs as “jogs” and the ones where they go fast as “runs.” It’s all the same thing, so call it what you prefer.
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