It would probably take me an hour or more now, I've lost my style. Back in high school I ran in track so I was pretty fast, didn't break any records, but I loved running, and still do, my body just doesn't cooperate like it use to.
Even into my 50's I can still run a 5 minute mile, when I was mid twenties I could run 10 miles in about 45 minutes. Partly because I used to do 1000 sit ups in an hour every night, it helps strength your stomach and learn to block out pain.
I'm working on running a 5k in a few weeks. Right now I'm running a fourteen minute mile, slow but I'm gaining!
I've run 11 marathons, NY and Marine Corp , averaged 8 / 8.5 min. If I could run a 5 min, I'd have a new Mercedes and product endorsements! Excellent ShootersCenter!
by Onusonus 6 years ago
34 years old, and just ran 2 miles in 15 minutes. Feeling like I'm going to throw up now. Beat me, you big bunch of wussies.
by shawnyce.thomas 8 years ago
How could I improve on my Army APFT run in 7 days?I usually run at about 17:54
by Penny Godfirnon 4 years ago
Ever just want to run away? If so where would you go?
by pinappu 6 years ago
How fast can a human being run?Many types of animals can run very fast. Many birds can fly too fast. How about us? the human beings?
by chasemillis 7 years ago
I run my dog with my car, but every time I do, she (dog) barks at the wheel and runs a foot away from the wheel. And whenever I speed up, she speeds up to get in front of my car so that I can't go very fast. I don't want to yell at my dog or hit her; do you have any suggestions to get her to stop
by ngureco 6 years ago
When do you use more calories: running for a mile or walking for a mile?
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