The weight limits for jogging strollers vary depending on the brand and model of the stroller. The maximum weight a stroller can carry is determined by the manufacturer and specified in the user manual of all reputable baby jogger.
Overloading a jogging stroller can make it unstable, and this may result in the stroller tipping over, and causing injury to a child on it. Manufacturers take this specification on maximum limits their strollers can carry seriously, and you will find that all major brands include this information as a warning not to exceed weight limits on their strollers.
They may also include the maximum height of a child that can ride on their jogging strollers.
Be sure to read the user guide supplied with stroller to ensure you are using it correctly.
Below is the typical weight limit on a popular jogging stroller taken straight from the user manual:
The maximum weight capacity of the stroller (child plus luggage weight) is 75 lbs (34 kg).
Maximum child height is 44 inches (112 cm).
Do not exceed the maximum weight or height, as stroller will become unstable and tip resulting in serious injury.