See this article on plogging, from the Washington Post Swedish Fitness Craze Coming to the US (March 06, 2018):
Have you recently spotted people toting trash bags while jogging? Or their hands filled with old plastic bottles? You might soon.
Sweden’s latest fitness craze — plogging — is making its way to U.S. shores. The term is a mash-up of jogging and the Swedish “plocka upp,” meaning pick up. In this case, litter.
Further on in the article, it says:
Think squats while jogging.
Several times a year, I walk and pick up trash, using a grabber which means I don't squat much and don't have to touch the stuff I pick up. I am trying to envision what, exactly, I would do if I were jogging instead of walking.
Let's dispose of the safety concerns. Assume a straight road with little traffic, wide shoulders and wide verges (the unpaved strip adjacent to the shoulders), and no poison ivy in the verges, none of which apply to my road. I have to be on full alert while .... plalking (?).
Does one squat and pick up on the fly, without slowing down? That seems difficult. Does one jog one way and concentrate on picking up on the return trip?
How does one avoid getting imbalanced after picking up a lot of stuff, or does one carry two bags, one in each hand? A U.S. plogger who plogs along the Alexandria, VA waterfront says:
There are an alarming number of full diapers...They turn my stomach the most.
Has some enterprising company marketed a wide-apertured plogging bag that one carries on one's back?
Here is a new outdoor sport, with great benefits to the individual practicing it and to the great outdoors. What is the most efficient and effective way to plog?
Addendum in response to a comment: People pick up other people's litter on hiking trails, in the backcountry, and on beaches too, and good for them, but this question is about the mechanics of doing this while jogging, as opposed to walking.