The answers you've already received answer your question well, but I have an app recommendation that might help get you running sooner.
If you have an iPhone, I found the Spring app very helpful for this purpose. It's not free (well, the app is free but requires a subscription) but for me, it's well worth the fee because it saves me having to research and ...
The classical tempo marking Andante literally means "walking speed" (73–77 BPM). There's no similar translation of "running" or "jogging" speed, but Allegretto (98-109 BPM) and Allegro (109-132 BPM) are arguably in that ballpark.
As this book details, running involves longer strides just as much as it does faster strides, so moving twice as fast doesn't ...
Get a stopwatch [or use your phone]
Count how many steps you take in one minute.
That's the BPM [beats per minute] you need to look for. Many music search engines can use a BPM search. A BPM of half or double your step count would also work.
It's called Jazz Noir
I can't find any specific authoritative reference, Wikipedia etc, but Reddit has it tagged as
So what is jazznoir?
It’s mysterious, melancholy and menacing music
by swingin' sax men and sultry sirens for hardboiled hepcats and leggy
lookers. It’s late-night listening for luckless losers, and the
soundtrack to strolls under ...