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JINGLE ALL THE WAY: Stuart Shield is running the Jingle Jog for University Hospital, Walsgrave, in memory of his mum Angela, left, who died last December
McCreery says: "It's only a couple of laps of Naas racecourse and I'm just glad to be able to jog.
Originally meant to take place at the beginning of December, the jog through Cardiff's Bute Park was rearranged after the big freeze iced over chances for the Santas to get their running shoes on.
Debra France-Sargeant, Jog Kirklees co-ordinator, said: "The aim is to enjoy getting fit, have fun and make new friends in a safe, friendly environment, regardless of age, shape or ability.
The revolutionary jOG means that players control and mirror the movements of on-screen characters, making the game truly interactive.
Simple to use and compatible with many existing Wii games, jOG allows you to truly get into the character of whatever game you're playing, since to move your avatar you have to jog on the spot.
jOG - an add-on gadget which is compatible with existing games - detects when the player takes a step and projects that movement into the game while the player is jogging on the spot.
As new parents look to explore the outdoors, either a jog on the trail or a walk in town, they often struggle with the idea of bringing their child, as well as all the necessary care items, with them.
1 -- color) Arleta resident Ramon Lopez, 65, stretches early Friday morning at Hansen Dam before going for a jog.
British Heart Foundation event organiser, Louise McCathie, said: "Our Hearts First Jog went fantastically.
Researchers at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, and elsewhere assigned 175 middle-aged overweight men and women to walk or jog 11 miles a week, jog 17 miles a week, or continue their usual lifestyle.