- What is an average mile run time by age?
- How fast do I need to run 1.5 miles in 11 minutes?
- How do I measure 1.5 miles?
- What is a good 1.5 mile run time?
- How fast is 2.4 km?
- How do I pace myself for a 1.5 mile run?
- How can I improve my 1.5 mile run?
- How do I prepare for a 1.5 mile run?
- At what pace should the 1 mile walk test be performed?
- Is 1.5 miles in 10 minutes good?
- How many laps is a 1.5 mile run?
- How do you breathe when running?
- Can running give you abs?
- Is 1.5 miles in 20 minutes good?
- Is running 1.5 miles in 15 minutes good?
- How fast should a 17 year old run a mile?
- What is the Cooper 1.5 mile run?
- What does the 1 mile run test measures?

## What is an average mile run time by age?

Most runners reach their fastest speed between the ages of 18 and 30.

The average running speed per mile in a 5K (5-kilometer or 3.1-mile race) is below….Average running speed per mile in a 5K.AgeMen (minutes per mile)Women (minutes per mile)30–3410:0912:2935–3910:5312:0340–4410:2812:2445–4910:4312:417 more rows.

## How fast do I need to run 1.5 miles in 11 minutes?

Running 1.5 miles in 10 minutes is no easy feat. To do it, you’ll have to maintain a pace of 6 minutes, 40 seconds, per mile. Depending on your current level of fitness, you may have a little or a long way to go to reach this goal.

## How do I measure 1.5 miles?

Start stopwatch at the beginning of run; stop the stopwatch at the end of the distance. Participant should be able to jog for at least 15 minutes to complete this test. The total distance is 1.5 miles; on a standard track is 6 laps.

## What is a good 1.5 mile run time?

Usually, a good minimum standard for the 1.5 mile run is closer to 10:30 (or a 7:00/mile pace). In fact, the women at the US Naval Academy have to run under 12:30 for the 1.5 mile run or they fail the test – that is an 8:00 / mile pace. Consider a 14:30 a passing grade but it is a “D” average – or below average.

## How fast is 2.4 km?

For clarity reasons, we’ve decided to settle on the timing for the 2.4km run at 12 minutes and 30 seconds. This is because it is an optimal “time to score” ratio, with an above-average score of 30 points for people below 22 years old, and even higher for older age groups.

## How do I pace myself for a 1.5 mile run?

Same for the running. You never sprint the first quarter mile of a 1.5 mile run. Find your goal pace and stick to it by training at that pace at every distance you run. For example, if your goal is to run a 10:30 1.5 mile run then you have to run a quarter mile in 1:45, a half mile in 3:30, and a mile in 7 minutes.

## How can I improve my 1.5 mile run?

Run-walk-jog – Pick a 2-3 mile course, and begin with a nice five-minute jog. After that, begin doing 30 seconds of sprinting, 30 seconds of walking, and 60 seconds of jogging. Do this five times, and then finish with a five-minute jog.

## How do I prepare for a 1.5 mile run?

-Run 3 minutes – walk 1 minute twice to warm your body and prepare for the fast paced running. -Run a total of 1.5 miles by running hard for 4 minutes followed by walking briskly for 1 minute. -Finish by walking for five minutes briskly at first, and then slowly to cool down.

## At what pace should the 1 mile walk test be performed?

The 1-Mile Walking TestAge20-2930-39Excellent<11:54<12:24Good11:54-13:0012:24-13:30Average13:01-13:4213:31-14:12Fair13:43-14:3014:13-15:001 more row•May 18, 2010

## Is 1.5 miles in 10 minutes good?

6:40 pace for 10 minutes is probably unachievable for the general population. So yes, anybody running 1.5 miles in 10 minutes is pretty damn good.

## How many laps is a 1.5 mile run?

6 lapsThe mile is 4 laps of a typical track and thus 1.5 miles is very close to 6 laps. If you want to be comfortably fit for bootcamp try running 1–2 miles 3–4 times a week and eventually work your way up to running 3 miles 3 times a week in 20–21 minutes.

## How do you breathe when running?

The best way to breathe while running is to inhale and exhale using both your nose and mouth combined. Breathing through both the mouth and the nose will keep your breathing steady and engage your diaphragm for maximum oxygen intake. It also allows you to expel carbon dioxide quickly.

## Can running give you abs?

“A strong and stable core helps improve running mechanics and stability in your knees, ankle, and hips, which minimizes injuries,” Kelly told POPSUGAR. So no, your runs alone won’t give you a six-pack, but they can definitely help reduce belly fat and make your abs pop.

## Is 1.5 miles in 20 minutes good?

Note that the charts are for 1.5 miles so 2 in 20 translates to 1.5 in 15 minutes. So for men, that speed is good if you are over 60 years old, but poor if you are in your 20’s. For women, it would be considered good if you are over 30 and fair to average if you are in your 20’s. For a beginner, any running is good.

## Is running 1.5 miles in 15 minutes good?

Running at 6 mph (a mile in 10 minutes, or 1.5 miles in 15 minutes) is not especially difficult. I’d venture to say that most people who can run at all can manage a 6 mph pace for a short distance. The trick, then, is sustaining that pace for 15 minutes.

## How fast should a 17 year old run a mile?

Ages 17 to 21 A runner who is 17 to 21 and in good health runs a mile in about 6:30 if he is in the top 1 percent of that age group, according to standards set by the Army Study Guide. Runners should shoot for a time of approximately 8:18 if they want to be in the 50 percent bracket for the age group.

## What is the Cooper 1.5 mile run?

The Cooper 2.4 km (1.5 mile) run test is a simple running test of aerobic fitness, requiring only a stopwatch and running track. This is an alternative to the Cooper 12 min run test. There is another 1.5 mile run test which forms part of the Navy Physical Readiness Test (PRT).

## What does the 1 mile run test measures?

One-Mile Run/Walk or P.A.C.E.R The objective of the one-mile run/walk is to cover the distance of one mile in as short a time as possible. The purpose of the test is to measure cardiorespiratory or aerobic endurance.