Quotes About Jogging

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Simone Elkeles
“Running should be saved for the times when you're being chased.”
Simone Elkeles, How to Ruin Your Boyfriend's Reputation

John Waters
“I don't mind exercise but it's a private activity. Joggers should run in a wheel - like hamsters - because I don't want to look at them. And I really hate people who go on an airplane in jogging outfits. That's a major offense today, even bigger than Spandex bicycle pants. You see eighty-year-old women coming on the plane in jogging outfits for comfort. Well my comfort - my mental comfort - is completely ruined when I see them coming. You're on an airplane, not in your bedroom, so please! And I really hate walkathons: blocking traffic, people patting themselves on the back. The whole attitude offends me. They have this smug look on their faces as they hold you up in traffic so that they can give two cents to some charity.”
John Waters

“At age 43, when I decided to run again, I realized that the images used to describe runners didn't fit me. I wasn't a rabbit. I wasn't a gazelle or a cheetah or any of the other animals that run fast and free. But I wasn't a turtle or a snail either. I wasn't content anymore to move slowly through my life and hide in my shell when I was scared.

I was a round little man with a heavy heart but a hopeful spirit. I didn't really run, or even jog. I waddled. I was a Penguin. This was the image that fit. Emperor-proud, I stand tallto face the elements of my life. Yes, I am round. Yes, I am slow. Yes, I run as thought my legs are tied together at the knees. But I am running. And that is all that matters.”
John Bingham, The Courage To Start: A Guide To Running for Your Life

Roman Payne
“Coffee, my delight of the morning; yoga, my delight of the noon. Then before nightfall, I run along the pleasant paths of the Jardin du Luxembourg. For when air cycles through the lungs, and the body is busy at noble tasks, creativity flows like water in a stream: the artist creates, the writer writes.”
Roman Payne

Charles M. Schulz
“Jogging is very beneficial. It’s good for your legs and your feet. It’s also very good for the ground. It makes it feel needed.”
Charles M. Schulz

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
“If it doesn't sweat, jiggle, or pant, it's not alive.”
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, The Grooming of Alice

Benny Bellamacina
“Try jogging when following your heart, it's healthier”
Benny Bellamacina, Philosophical Uplifting Quotes and Poems

Jared Brock
“As one would expect, the Pope’s schedule is quite disciplined—he wakes up at four o’clock each morning and runs on the treadmill for an hour. I’m totally kidding. Nobody’s knees have time for that.”
Jared Brock, A Year of Living Prayerfully: How a Curious Traveler Met the Pope, Walked on Coals, Danced with Rabbis, and Revived His Prayer Life

“Getting more exercise isn’t only good for your waistline. It's a natural anti-depressant, that leaves you in a great mood.”
Auliq Ice

“Compared to her, Sam ran like a girl and told himself as much.”
Sheri Webber, Dawn Rising

“The trouble with jogging is that, by the time you realize you're not in shape for it, it's too far to walk back.”
Franklin P. Jones

“A person who goes for the morning walk in sleepers is likely to grasp the insightful things better on a sensitive-cum-sensible matter than one who goes for the walk with the shoes put on.”
Anuj Somany

“It reminds me of a friend of mine who was very interested in a French philosophy called deconstruction. He advertised to me as one of deconstruction's selling points that deconstruction deconstructs itself. I couldn't help responding, if deconstruction deconstructs itself, why bother reading its long, boring books? Why not go for a jog instead, or reread one of Patrick O'Brian's tremendous tales of the sea?”
Eric Kaplan

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