Jogging in jeans recipe for deliciousness

What is the recipe for a truly GREAT jogging in jeans photo, you ask? The one that ensures deliciousness? Quit searching Pinterest for it – I have it right here for you:

INGREDIENTS

1. Full length jeans

2. An action shot (yes, running, for those of you who are slow to catch on)

3. Above the waist nudity (hotness helps)

4. A belt with a ridiculously-sized belt buckle (Dan nailed this one. Where have you been, Dan?!)

5. Bare feet

6. Celebrity status

DIRECTIONS

Add all ingredients to bowl. Stir. Scrape the sides. Lick the spatula. Stir again. Pour into prepared baking pan. Lick the spatula again. Lick the bowl. Bake.

And you get…Scott Eastwood

ScottEastwoodYIELD: 1. All for me.

If you are tempted to lick your screen. Go for it. I did. I am not ashamed.

Jeans required. No shirts allowed.

Edmonton Thunder Track and Field Club called it “Jeans 400.” The rules were clear:

It is simple, one lap of the outdoor track or two laps of the indoor track, from a standing start, wearing nothing but you most stylish jeans and footwear of your choice (spikes, runners, flats, work boots, slippers everything goes). NO shirts (ladies are allowed to wear a sports bra, if they choose to), no cut offs jeans, no synthetics, no knock offs. Jeans must be 100% full length denim. And of course the objective is to win! As in fastest time takes the title!

And the laugh out loud statement: Cause running in jeans makes you look extra fast!!

The dates say 2007. They called it an “inaugural” event. Emails went unanswered. Joggingjeans.com readers are wondering if this awesome event is still around.

NSFW: Topless Women Running IN JEANS

Thanks, Friends, for all your kind birthday words.

What better way to start off the third year of this website than sending some inappropriate nudity to you during work hours?

NSFW

Of course this was taken at Bay to Breakers. Did I even need to say that? Whether or not these girls ractually ran or just walked the race is unknown – but the bib pinned to jeans qualifies them for a post here.

Also, don’t do a Google Image search with “Bay to Breakers” and “nudity.” Just don’t. Trust me.

Jeans? What jeans?

Pecs

Shirtless buff guys IN JEANS

Part of me says, “Finally! An excuse to post pictures of shirtless buff guys on my site.”

The other part of me says, “What the hell kind of gym lets people workout shirtless and IN JEANS?!”

Shirtless

Shirtless

Shirtless2

If you missed my previous post that had shirtless men in it, you can catch it here.

Most insane reason I’ve heard for exercising in jeans

I have no words. Really, none.

Click picture for source. Warning: NSFW.

[UPDATE: From now on, I’m writing “NSFW” on everything that I want you to click. Seriously, you people who rarely click links are clicking the hell out of this one.]

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$805 of $1000 raised! We are so close. Please donate by clicking here. [Warning, clicking the donation link and supporting Denim for a Cure is NSFW]
SockGuy.com has generously donated their Granola Wool running sock for Josher to wear during the race. Notice the denim-look stripe. I couldn’t love them any more than I already do!
A big big BIG thanks to the following JoggingJeans.com readers who have contributed their hard-earned money to support Denim for a Cure:
Mary Long, Sellersville, PA
Minka Misangyi, San Antonio, TX. Author of MoreThanRunning
Jill Whitaker, Las Vegas, NV. Author of JillWillRun and theRUNiverse
Tracey Lazos, Boston, MA. Author of StrideAndJoy
Marcie, Dallas, TX
Charla Neuman, Seattle, WA. Author of RunningHaiku
Amy Ambler, Salt Lake City, UT
And all the others!
(You can be on this list by donating and then sending me an email telling me that you did – JoggingJeans@gmail.com)
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Read more about the campaign here. Read more about Josher Hanson, the guy who will be running in head-to-toe denim, here.
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