Agreed- are you sure? What's race pace for you is someone else's easy pace. I’m feeling good about it and it seems to be working for me but I’m just wondering how far I’m off the mark. I only graduated last week and can't imagine running 10K but I would love to work towards it. If you want to work on your soeed include running uphill une day a week (not for the whole run, of course). OP: In reality, though, a 7-minute mile is a good mile time. You say you don't want to enter a marathon. I'm not sure even the slowest of the 'penguin plodders' running styles could conceivably go that slow. comments on the forum and they seem to be running an awful a lot faster than me. And so is your age grading percentage. Do you have any advice as to whether I should work on speed or distance first? If you feel comfortable to run a 7.5k (not too out of breathe or flabbergasted) then go for it. No one else needs to be impressed. i began running from 1 month , 30 min daily. But try not to compare yourself with others. Only God knows how... hence the question - how fast you guys run? I'm not sure even the slowest of the 'penguin plodders' running styles could conceivably go that slow. I think I take it all too seriously sometimes but as you say, at least I'm out there and getting a wiggle on:o) 10 weeks ago, I was sitting in front of the TV instead of exercising. 3-4 mins/km » ↓ jump down to table s for common track distances ↓ Popular Road Race Distances. Find out with our calculator. 4:30 min/km in das Berechnungsformular ein und sie erhalten die Umrechnung in km/h und m/s. This is a very good point. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. It really depends on what type of run I'm doing. I'm averaging about 7:42s at the moment! I run very slow! Thank you for reminding me of this. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Don't focus on your pace at this point in time. In unserem Laufschuhe Sale finden Sie außerdem immer wieder neue Angebote zu Top-Preisen. The average adult male walks at approximately 3 m.p.h. Conversion base : 1 min/km = 60 kph. And so is your age grading percentage. The tables below shows finishing times for popular race distances between 1 kilometre and the marathon for running paces from 8 minutes per kilometre to 9 minutes per kilometre. Agreed- are you sure? for an entire mile. The motto here is you gotta start slow to get fast. I know I'm going too fast even when I'm running,... graduation! Wow! That's a constant 7 minute/mile pace. The tables below shows finishing times for common track training distances between 100 metres and 1600 metres for running paces from 2:30 minutes per kilometre to 3 minutes per kilometre. Tools » Pace Tables » 8-9 minutes/km. Anyway, we all have a different speed. that is about how fast I walk ( I do walk quite fast). metric units. Hehe. although tonight managed a 6:01 so you never know. It's also not that terribly slow, either. Tools » Pace Tables » 6-7 minutes/km. So no, there are no "too slow" pace. I want to improve my technique so I can be both quicker and run for longer. It's not the fastest speed, but a 5k under 35 minutes is absolutely respectable running. The table s below show s finishing times for popular race distances between 1 kilometre and the marathon for running paces from 6 minutes per kilometre to 7 minutes per kilometre. Access hundreds of thousands of recipes that are healthy and easy to make. :/. 5k is 3.104 miles, hence we can infer that a 32 minute 5k is an average time of apx. Geschwindigkeit. Some people who have been running for YEARS are still at 9min K. It all depends on what your running goals are. There is no such thing as too slow if you keep your feet moving and hustling. Pace table for paces of 8:00 - 9:00 minutes/km « 7-8 mins/km 9-10 mins/km » ↓ jump down to table s for common track distances ↓ Popular Road Race Distances. Cookies help us deliver our Services. My personal best for 10km is 58mins so that is just a touch under 6min/km. So I wouldn't worry how long it take to run a km - just be proud of yourself for getting out there and getting moving! I know, another excuse! I'm currently working on couch to 5k to 10k app and am on week 7 day 1. stop. If it's any consolation, I am on Week 5, and 6 foot. and how fast do you walk? No, you should be good for longer distances. ↑ jump up to tables for common road distances ↑. yes at first 15 min, cuz i was not running all the time, i was running 2 min then jogging then run again, and i was moving slowly in order to get my body used to running. An improvement from 15 to 9, whatever the distance actually is, is great! I am very slow, only managed 2.5km in the 20 minute run but I keep thinking that as long as I am increasing my time per run I can work on speed later. Fifteen minutes per kilometre is a walk. Starting week 9 on Thursday, can't quite believe I'm nearly there! I still run thrice a week, one long run and two intervals. Wowzers. He is super proud of himself. When I ran, it was for high school track. Also sometimes some big puddles if it's been a particularly high tide or has rained recently. That was a race so the adrenalin kept me going. Cheers appreciatte it I'll go for a 7.5k in a week :). But at 5'6" and with short legs think I must look like Forrest gump running. Is this the right way around? I'm finding it disheartening that I can't seem to run a kilometer any faster than 6 minutes 28 seconds and even then, I can't sustain it over 5K. I'm not even slightly pushing myself speed-wise, just concentrating on getting to the end. runbundle is a participant in Amazon Associates Programmes, affiliate advertising programmes designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.co.uk, amazon.com, amazon.ca and amazon.com.au. Remember, remember your GRADUATION BADGE in NOVEMBER!!! I run very slow! I did my run this morning and managed a 20 minute run (I would never have managed this a few years ago and I'm just happy I can do it). It really depends on what type of run I'm doing. How can I stop myself from going too fast.