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Your Best time in 1.5 miles run?

Posted: Fri Mar 26, 2004 8:59 pm
by rho2
like the topic said, what's your best time in 1.5 mils run?
I want to improve my time by having some virtual competitors.

So far my best time is 11:00mins for 1.5 miles.

Posted: Fri Mar 26, 2004 9:01 pm
by T.M.DIESEL
11.5 mins. and then 12 mins. The old frame is a little bigger than I remember and alot heavier. :oops:

When I was younger and still playing hockey could do it in under 10 mins. but much slower now.

Posted: Fri Mar 26, 2004 10:42 pm
by KL
Back in Depot I did it in 9:09. That was many moons ago! The last time I did it was in 2000 and my time was 10:18.

Posted: Fri Mar 26, 2004 11:22 pm
by Rye
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Posted: Fri Mar 26, 2004 11:36 pm
by DaveTO
Ryan, to get under 10 minutes, you need to run at least 9 miles per hour. Figure on running 9.1-9.2 miles per hour to make up for the start

My best time last year was 10:55, havent gone running outside so far this year. I should be able to beat it though, since I've lost about 20 pounds over the winter.

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2004 12:26 am
by erpco
did 10:13 for Peel testing in 1991...boy am I old... and I was nearly killed by a cruiser (running circles around the lot at Hurontario was crazy) :shock:

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2004 6:16 am
by Hired Goon
Did it 3 weeks ago in 9:39. Thank you Navy Seal workout....... ;)

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2004 1:12 pm
by Daveb
RyanV wrote:I did it today in 11:00. I ran for that long at 8.0 miles an hour on the treadmill...

Tomorrow I'm going to try for 10:30, running that time at 8.6 miles an hour...

This is inside, so I don't know if running outside is going to affect me positively or negatively. Since there is going to be a PIN test the first week of training I think I'm going to give up the weights next week, and focus on running, pushups, situps, and my sit and reach...

I want to have it under 10 minutes by April 5...so that's your challenge rho...


You need to set the incline at least at 2% to have it the same as outside.

There is no wind resistance when you are on a treadmill as you are not moving, when outside there is and that makes a pretty big difference.

My best time is 10:30 on a treadmill and 11:00 outside. I need to get it well under 11:00 outside as I am also applying for the VPD and that is one of the basic reqs. Just need to finish up my final 3 credits.

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2004 1:50 pm
by Rye
Why? Not all roads are going 2% uphill, are they?

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2004 6:12 pm
by Daveb
RyanV wrote:Why? Not all roads are going 2% uphill, are they?


No but when you are running inside on a treadmill there is no wind. You are not moving in relation to the air around you.

When running outside you have to move your body through the air around you and if there is a head wind you have to overcome that too..

The 2% incline is to make up for the wind resistance if you are running in still wind conditions outside.

This is what information I have found on the web and from people that are personal trainers.

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2004 9:52 pm
by warden602
1.5 mile run huh?
When was the last time ANY of you were 1.5 miles from your vehicle?
Anyone?

:P

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2004 10:13 pm
by T.M.DIESEL
Your right like I always yell out the window while slowly chasing students running. "Keep fucking running I will be following laughing my ass off" ;)

Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2004 1:34 am
by Rye
Drury is that before or after the big crash involving the engineers?