Ran 4km in 22 Minutes

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by RizRan, Oct 12, 2005.

  1. RizRan

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    Is this a good time, Im new to running. It was on a forest trail to with alot of puddles hills and everything
     
  2. RizRan

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    Anyone?
     
  3. Ian Coe

    Ian Coe Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    If your new to running thats not too bad


    Define new to running though, and was that just a normal run, or did you go for a pb or something
     
  4. thecreator

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    Compared to the times achieved in the olympics it is quite slow
     
  5. Chad Hamilton

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    Well you wont make the cross country team.

    Maybe the B team, but definetly not the traveling team.
     
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    While I was dating my ex in college, she ran a 4:47 mile and would routinely run a 5k in under 17 minutes but she also won the conference championships in those events. It's all relative. I don't think I could run a 4k in 22 minutes today.
     
  7. RizRan

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    Yah im new and im slick
     
  8. Lard-ass

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    4 km is such an odd lenght.

    In relation to 5 km, unfit and chubby people would be glad to go 5 km in 30 minutes. So anything below that proves that you running or doing some cardio of somekind on regular basis. 5 km under 25 minutes proves you are getting in respectable shape, under 20 min you have very good cardio.
     
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    If you've just started runninn then any time is good mate, consistency will improve you, keep it up
     
  10. Ko Specialist

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    i ran 10 km in 32: 58

    4 km in 22 is a plop a shit
     
  11. Ian Coe

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    I'm glad you felt the need to resurrect such a old thread to share that


    Ego feel better?
     
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    Yeah, and the guy he's talking to is banned.
     
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    lol and his avatar makes it even funnier that he was banned...
     
  14. Stoic1

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    Bullshit.

    World record holders for 10k are around 27min. 33min for 6.2 miles = just above 5min per mile for over 6 miles. That is an elite athlete time. Chances of that person posting here, and then shitting on some beginning runners time while necro'ing a thread? So low I don't want to even think about it.
     
  15. Kyryllo

    Kyryllo Kia kaha e hine!

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    Exactly. And even if it were true nobody with that much of training and experience, that you need to achieve such a time, would never belittle other people like that. What a jackoff.
     

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