Jog on a common track
While some people might question the wisdom of this instruction, jogging at a track easily accessible to other people will come in handy in case you experience an injury. If that happens, there will be a lot of people to help out and you certainly wouldn’t be lying around, crying for help. The only downside of this option is that your privacy will be compromised, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Make sure that someone knows where you are going to jog
If you do not want to compromise on your privacy and want to jog on a track which is not common and a tad dangerous, then make sure that somebody knows about your whereabouts. The reason is pretty much the same, and is all about ensuring your personal safety.
Know the terrain
Whether you are jogging at a public place or somewhere isolated, you should always know about the terrain. If you don’t there is a chance that you come across a pit or bump which can result in a fall, and a consequent injury.
Choose a scenic route
Jogging is not all about fitness; it is also about enjoying whatever time you have managed for self nurturing. The whole experience of jogging can be greatly complemented if you are doing it at a scenic place.
Make sure that the visibility is good
This may not be that much of problem at daytime, but when you are jogging at night, please ensure that the track is properly lit so that there is no chance of any accident.