That is the correct spelling of the verb "jog" which can mean a paced run. It can also mean to knock or bump, used in the idiom "jog your memory."
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Run the device momentarily (jog) shut off the breaker for the device (trip) try to run the device again (jog). Used when servicing powered equipment.
It is the jog speed or a slower speed of the machine.
jog is correct
I went for an evening jog.Don't jog me when I'm writing.Shall we go for a jog later?
I'm going out for a short jog. Perhaps a clue will jog your memory.
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Depends on the running. If you mean going out for a jog, then aerobic. If you mean doing sprints, then anaerobic.