jog along


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jog along

to trot or run along at a slow pace. She was jogging along quite happily. I had been jogging along for a few minutes when my shoelaces broke.
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Cannon Hill Park was transformed into a sea of pink as about 2,000 ladies or all ages turned out in force, wearing different shades of the colour, to walk, run or jog along the 5km course.
WEBSTER - Those wanting to stay in shape may soon be able to walk or jog along the track at Memorial Field at night - with lighting.
Stanley Matthews used to jog along Blackpool beach every morning to keep himself in shape, and if it was good enough for him...
You might think it's not something you have to worry about but all relationships take work, so don't dismiss yours as something that will just jog along as it always has.
Kate goes for a jog along the beach in Hawaii Picture: PACIFIC COAST NEWS; AFTER Lots of front...
Until now, I've been willing to jog along and do without sex but I've become attracted to a new neighbour.
The children listen to it and some of the younger ones dance and jog along when they're going past which is nice."
Rosie has been training since the start of the year, running five times a week, including a 15-mile jog along the Leeds-Liverpool Canal, between Bradford and Yeadon.
Lace 'em up: Micato Safaris is pitching a running safari through Kenya from March 15 to the 25- that will allow participants to meet and jog along with some of the country's most successful distance runners.
One male admirer said: "She has an amazing body and we were given a real treat watching her jog along the sand, go snorkelling and laze on the beach.
Be content to jog along on a good and steady pace as 'slow and steady wins the race'.