"Veronica and I trying this new fad called, uh, jogging. I believe it's 'jogging' or 'yogging.' It might be a soft j. I'm not sure, but apparently you just run for an extended period of time. It's supposed to be wild."
While this appeared to be just another Anchorman quote said for the sake of being ridiculous — at its most logical, the words of a man who has committed almost no time in his life to exercising — it turns out Ron Burgandy was genuinely tapped into the sudden rise of recreational running. Anchorman is set in the 1970s, but back in the '60s, witnessing someone on a jog was extremely difficult to comprehend. As Vox points, it was so odd that in October 1968 the Chicago Tribune devoted a whole page to describing the new trend of "jogging." One runner even received a ticket for "illegal use of the highway by a pedestrian," and another runner was chased down by five police cars because he was...running. Watch the video below.