What's with the disdain for joggers?! + Linky

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  1. I highly doubt Izumi wants their logo on that! How rude, huh?

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  2. Oh, wait... it WAS put out by Izumi... Weird marketing approach. Don't like it.

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  3. Not the message they were going for I would hope...not a very welcoming marketing approach!

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  4. Yeah, don't care for that one either.

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  5. Ummm..what?! That is bizarre!

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2014/10/wordlesswednesday-kw-oktoberfest-linky.html

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  6. I don't really understand it actually. But whatever. I like walking and I am not a jogger but every activity that gets people moving is a good one in my books.

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    1. I agree Paula. It's snobbish to look down at joggers.

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  7. Not a jogger.............hardly a walker..........I have a daughter that is getting ready for a marathon though.

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  8. I ran cross country in high school and both of my kids ran cross country in high school. I think people should be encouraged to get out and move.

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    1. I agree Patrick. And telling them that if they're a jogger it doesn't count is not the way.

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    1. There's a term called Runner's High. It's something people who run feel, and it's a great feeling. You get this rush of endorphins.

      Joggers are considered inferior runners...

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  10. I guess they thought better of the marketing strategy, too, the website no longer works ...

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  11. I wish I could call myself a jogger. I am at best a walker so I cheer on anyone who jogs or runs. It's on my One day list (I am very aware of where my One day list has gotten me -- haha!)
    Happy Wednesday!
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    Traci

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  12. I felt a joggers thigh once. It was very firm!

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    1. There you go Keith! If that doesn't prove that joggers are just as good als runners I don't know what does.

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  13. Don't like how it has be expressed.
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  14. That's kinda misleading. Even joggers take a break sometimes by *gasp* jogging. You know, alternating between sprints, jogging, and running speed. You know what I mean? That was totally bad advertising right there. Were they trying to lose business? Cuz after all, oftentimes, "joggers" turn into "runners" - in the long run.

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  15. I need to get my big butt at least walking when the snow melts. I am getting older and well, spreading LOL Thank you for being part of the (mis)Adventures Monday Blog Hop!

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