Washington: Regular jogging augments the life span of men by 6.2 years and women by 5.6 years, according to a new study.

Reviewing the evidence of whether jogging is healthy or hazardous, Peter Schnohr said that the study’s most recent analysis (unpublished) shows that between one and two-and-a-half hours of jogging per week at a “slow or average” pace delivers optimum benefits for longevity.
Regular jogging may dramatically up life expectancy