If you absolutely must have a belt holster to jog with, the holster that holds the gun closest to it's center of mass is going to be the best. (That's not the geographical center of the gun, but the point where the gun would be balanced on a pin.) My guess is that the second or the third link you posted would be the best compromise. The first link is a terrible idea, because the barrel will want to flop around alot.
When I jog I have to compromise on what I carry. I can't handle the weight of my USP (full-size 45) or my J-frame (.357) flopping around on any kind of a belt-holster, even with a duty-belt or a rigger's belt. (To get the belt tight enough it's not at all fun to jog with.)The Plaxico-Carry method is for retarded people gunning for the Darwin Awards.
That pretty much leaves paddles, ankle holsters, thigh-rigs, or shoulder holsters if I want to carry heavy pistols. Of all of those, I bet the thigh rig would be the most comfortable to jog with. Now I'm tempted to get a thigh-rig for my USP Tactical.
I end up compromising and carrying a little Kel-Tec in .380 ACP because it's so darned slim and light that I can just slip it into my jogging shorts pocket and clip it to the fabric. It stays secure there and it's nicely concealed. I realize this is an OC forum and I do OC most of the time, but I don't OC at gyms or when I jog because it's so impractical for me to do so with the guns I own.