We have the BOB revolution and it would definitely put a strain on your back to lift it in and out of the car or carry it up the stairs. It's about 25 lbs and most of the premium jogging strollers are in that weight range. We use it as a general stroller around town, but I dread taking it to places like the mall where I often struggle to squeeze it in between the racks and shelves and have very little room to maneuver. The size of the tires also take up a lot of room in the trunk and while you can remove them, it's not convenient to do this routinely.
My husband wanted a jogging stroller and since he's been cleared to jog with the infant ( at about 8-9 months per manufacturer's recommendations) he's gone a total of 3 or 4 times....
so, I would recommend a lightweight stroller for YOU to have around town for your errands, trips and travel. There's no one ideal stroller, so it's practically necessary to have more than one stroller for varied lifestyles. I'd start out with a practical stroller first and buy a jogging stroller later if your husband really is committed to running. The manufacturer says to wait until 8 months before jogging with infant because of concerns over back/neck strength and support and I've seen some references that suggest a year, so you will have some time to decide if this is a good investment.
So that I don't get grief about my comment about the age restrictions, here is the quote from the BOB site:
'BOB recommends that your child should be at least 8 weeks old before riding in a BOB stroller without a BOB Infant Car Seat Adapter and compatible infant car seat. Please note that babies incapable of holding their head up must have additional head and neck support to ride safely and comfortably. For jogging or off-road stroller use, children should be at least 8 months old. "