Jogging. Take your pick of the definitions, they all can fit here.Abandoned by Wolves wrote:"Yog"??What a duck says wrote:Wednesday 6/6/12:
5 minutes each, trying to keep the HR between 124-144:
HeavyHands Pump n Walk level 2 w/ 1# DBs (head high)
Vertical lift with knee raise (on the press portion, I lift the opposite leg up to parallel with floor with a bent knee and stand on one leg, raised the HR more this way)
HeavyHands worked exactly as advertised, even with 1# per hand. Got my HR up to 140 at one point, where regular vigorous walking hardly got me to 120. Yogging is still a plodding pace or I'm over my HR quickly. I have decided that the penalty for exceeding the max HR is to then walk until the HR comes down to 124 or below, then one can raise it up again. Jump rope was definitely maintaining a lower HR for 100 straight jumps today.
to run very slowly for extended periods of time.
The Swedish pronunciation of the word "jogging".
A simulated run when you are walking, involving moving your arms a little quicker and pickin your feet up a tad more to make it look like you are running.
I'm being somewhat hard on myself with the term usage because my pace is painfully slow most of the time in order to keep my HR beneath the MAF level of 144 for me...particularly when I started to carry the extra 4# total of HH DBs, that didn't make keeping my HR down any easier.