I'm Morris Brossette, and this is a typical jogging speed. Okay, I get asked this question a lot as an endurance coach, and my answer is simple, there is no specific typical speed. Your speed is very specific to you and your aerobic ability and capacity. So what I encourage you to do is get a heart rate test, a lactate threshold test, which will give you specific heart rate zones, for example 140 beats to 160 beats. You stay within those parameters, and that will give you your typical speed. So for example, some of you may be in that heart rate zone, you're running a nine minute mile. Don't worry about the pace of the nine minute mile, worry about your heart rate and staying aerobic, okay? What you'll notice is over time, typically over about six to eight weeks of running at that same heart rate, let's say example it's 145 beats per minute instead of running a nine minute mile, you'll start running an 855 mile, or an 850 mile. By staying in that aerobic zone, that again is your typical speed, and that speed will increase as your in fitness increases.