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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2016, 04:20:59 pm »
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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2016, 04:25:35 pm »
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Galloway's Book on Running (1984) has a chart called "Adjusting race pace for heat".
Estimated temperature at finish...Slower than goal pace
55-60 degrees.....1%
60-65 degrees.....3%
65-70 degrees.....5%
70-75 degrees.....7%
75-80 degrees.....12%
80-85 degrees.....20%
above 85.....forget it, run for fun

He attaches a note: "This chart is based upon my own experience in the heat and talking to other runners. It has no scientific verification, but I think you get the general idea."

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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #6 on: September 18, 2016, 05:25:20 pm »
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really nice.. has some cool stuff. i like the weight adjusted times :F

http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Running_Calculator

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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #7 on: October 08, 2016, 04:05:36 pm »
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http://www.runnersworld.com/tools/age-grade-calculator



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for a 19:11 5k @ 34:

Age-Graded Score: 68.81%
Age-Graded Time: 18:52
Your age-graded score is the ratio of the approximate world-record time for your age and gender divided by your actual time. To score 100% as a 34-year-old man, you would need a time of 13:12.

EEK! lmao

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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #8 on: October 25, 2016, 01:25:25 pm »
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some mcmillan running stats:


for 18:00 5k:
- vLT: 6:14
- vVO2: 5:23
- 100m: 15.2
- 200m: 30.4
- 400m: 1:03.6
- 800m: 2:19.7
- 1000m: 3:03.6
- 1500m: 4:47.6
- 1-mile: 5:11.1
- 2-mile: 11:01.0 / 5:30
- 5k: 18:00 (5:48)

for 17:00 5k:
- vLT: 5:55
- vVO2: 5:11
- 100m: 14.4
- 200m: 28.7)
- 400m: 1:00.1
- 800m: 2:11.9
- 1000m: 2:53.4
- 1500m: 4:31.7
- 1-mile: 4:53.9
- 2-mile: 10:24.3 / 5:12
- 5k: 17:00 / 5:28

for 16:00 5k:
- vLT: 5:35
- vVO2: 4:53
- 100m: 13.5
- 200m: 27.0
- 400m: 56.5
- 800m: 2:04.1
- 1000m: 2:43.2
- 1500m: 4:15.7
- 1-mile: 4:36.6
- 2-mile: 9:47.6 / 4:53
- 5k: 16:00 / 5:09

for 15:00 5k:
- vLT: 5:15
- vVO2: 4:34
- 100m: 12.7
- 200m: 25.4
- 400m: 53.0
- 800m: 1:56.4
- 1000m: 2:33.0
- 1500m: 3:59.7
- 1-mile: 4:19.3
- 2-mile: 9:10.8 / 4:35)
- 5k: 15:00 / 4:50

for 14:00 5k:
- vLT: 4:55
- vVO2: 4:16
- 100m: 11.8
- 200m: 23.7
- 400m: 49.5
- 800m: 1:48.6
- 1000m: 2:22.8
- 1500m: 3:43.7
- 1-mile: 4:02.0
- 2-mile: 8:34.1 / 4:17)
- 5k: 14:00 / 4:30

for 13:00 5k:
- vLT: 4:35
- vVO2: 4:02
- 100m: 11.0
- 200m: 22.0
- 400m: 45.9
- 800m: 1:40.9
- 1000m: 2:12.6
- 1500m: 3:27.7
- 1-mile: 3:44.7
- 2-mile: 7:57.4 / 3:58
- 5k: 13:00 / 4:11


crazy for ~13:00 5k.. look how fast those predictions are for the shorter distances too. flying.  :ibrunning:

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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #9 on: October 25, 2016, 01:58:38 pm »
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for 13:00 5k:
- vLT: 4:35
- vVO2: 4:02
- 100m: 11.0
- 200m: 22.0
- 400m: 45.9
- 800m: 1:40.9
- 1000m: 2:12.6
- 1500m: 3:27.7
- 1-mile: 3:44.7
- 2-mile: 7:57.4 / 3:58
- 5k: 13:00 / 4:11


crazy for ~13:00 5k.. look how fast those predictions are for the shorter distances too. flying.  :ibrunning:

Yup, we don't realize how fast those guys are. Not endurance fast, fucking short distance sprint fast.
13m 5k  is 50 consecutive 15.5s 100m.

50.
consecutive.
15.5s.
100m.
sprints.
no.rest.
not.a.breath.
just.run.them
consecutive.
50.
fifty.
:motherofgod:
woot

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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #10 on: October 25, 2016, 02:22:07 pm »
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for 13:00 5k:
- vLT: 4:35
- vVO2: 4:02
- 100m: 11.0
- 200m: 22.0
- 400m: 45.9
- 800m: 1:40.9
- 1000m: 2:12.6
- 1500m: 3:27.7
- 1-mile: 3:44.7
- 2-mile: 7:57.4 / 3:58
- 5k: 13:00 / 4:11


crazy for ~13:00 5k.. look how fast those predictions are for the shorter distances too. flying.  :ibrunning:

Yup, we don't realize how fast those guys are. Not endurance fast, fucking short distance sprint fast.
13m 5k  is 50 consecutive 15.5s 100m.

50.
consecutive.
15.5s.
100m.
sprints.
no.rest.
not.a.breath.
just.run.them
consecutive.
50.
fifty.
:motherofgod:

ya man.. it's absolutely mind blowing, that kind of speed at so many different distances.

i'm in awe of these dudes.. insane athleticism.

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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #11 on: October 25, 2016, 04:50:23 pm »
+1
some mcmillan running stats:

for 13:00 5k:
- vLT: 4:35
- vVO2: 4:02
- 100m: 11.0
- 200m: 22.0
- 400m: 45.9
- 800m: 1:40.9
- 1000m: 2:12.6
- 1500m: 3:27.7
- 1-mile: 3:44.7
- 2-mile: 7:57.4 / 3:58
- 5k: 13:00 / 4:11

crazy for ~13:00 5k.. look how fast those predictions are for the shorter distances too. flying.  :ibrunning:

If you could run that fast why bother running the 5k- you'd have the World Record for the 800m  :P
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/800_metres_world_record_progression
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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #12 on: October 25, 2016, 05:21:33 pm »
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some mcmillan running stats:

for 13:00 5k:
- vLT: 4:35
- vVO2: 4:02
- 100m: 11.0
- 200m: 22.0
- 400m: 45.9
- 800m: 1:40.9
- 1000m: 2:12.6
- 1500m: 3:27.7
- 1-mile: 3:44.7
- 2-mile: 7:57.4 / 3:58
- 5k: 13:00 / 4:11

crazy for ~13:00 5k.. look how fast those predictions are for the shorter distances too. flying.  :ibrunning:

If you could run that fast why bother running the 5k- you'd have the World Record for the 800m  :P
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/800_metres_world_record_progression

lmao, good catch.

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Re: really nice running calculator
« Reply #13 on: October 25, 2016, 06:31:33 pm »
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That calculator is still cool though. It gives a great insight into just how important speed reserve is and is a good general estimate. There's a forum called 'lets run', which is mainly a distance running forum and there are always pages long debates over just how fast distance runners can cover the short distances in.
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