How to Jog With Your IPod

Everyone has their own way of relaxing. Some resort to a quiet afternoon reading a book while others like to sweat out and get the blood circulation going. The easiest way to sweat out is jogging, an exercise that keeps one mentally and physically fit. It is particularly helpful for middle aged and old people, who want to stay in shape and keep their heart healthy.

Jogging is a rhythmic exercise and the best part is that all you need for it is a good pair of shoes and some space. However, the exercise can fatigue you quickly and especially when you are a running alone, the will power starts to fade away pretty quickly. While it is not possible to have someone partner you every time you run, an alternate can be a Walkman or some other gadget.

Talking about such gadgets, IPod is on top of that list. Not only does it have a classy look, but is also light weight, making it easier to sport. IPods of different capacities are available in the market, but even the lowest capacity IPod has enough space to store hundreds of songs and albums. These songs are pivotal in providing that adrenaline burst when the person is on the cusp of exhausting out. Use of this gadget makes the experience of jogging all the more entertaining.

Instructions

  • 1

    Use Proper headphones

    You need the right type of headphones. Everyone has a unique ear structure and thus standard headphones might not always be practical for you. The IPod comes with its own headphones that are specially designed for a rough use. If these headphones keep on falling off or you have to regularly adjust them in order to prevent them from falling then you should consider using different headphones.

  • 2

    Secure it in the pocket

    The IPod is so sleek that you can slide it in your pockets, and it is exactly where it is should be secured. Sometimes it can happen that your trouser or short may not have a pocket. In this case, it is better to secure the IPod with your t-shirt through the clips at the back side of the device.

  • 3

    Secure the IPod in the pouch

    There are special pouches available these days, in which you can place your phones and IPods. Joggers, who plan to run for longer distances, attach that pouch around their waists.

  • 4

    Select the right kind of music

    People usually listen to music that keeps them going while jogging. You should figure what sort of music gets you rolling. Generally fast tempo and rhythmic music is preferred.  Before you start jogging make a playlist and then secure the IPod.

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