7 minute PFT (BPFA)?

#3
I'm sure we had a young lad in brats do a 6 min 50 BFT, might even have been 6 min 40 with boots.
 
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Praetorian said:
msr said:
Congratulations, you've just matched the marathon pace of Haile Gebrselassie in Berlin!

http://sports.yahoo.com/olympics/news?slug=reu-marathongebrselassie_picture&prov=reuters&type=lgns
Hmmm, at full pelt, I wonder what pace he could do a PFT in?!
Probably not anything too amazing.

I have a great 5, 8 and 10 mile time but my 1.5mile is a very average 9 minutes sometimes up to 9:30.

Long distance runners need time to bed everything in properely. Breathing. Pain in the feet and shins arm movement and position. Etc etc!
 
#9
I did 9mins 15s once. It was my proudest moment.
 
#11
BLOODY HELL! That's insane. Made me feel like a right lard ass with my 10:20 BFT!

Cheers for that, probably shocked me into harder training.

On that note I was in the AFCO the other day and this Navy hopefull was bragging about his 4:30 bft.. felt like making him look like a git for talking out of his arrse but didnt bother.

J.
 
#13
Bad_Crow said:
Praetorian said:
msr said:
Congratulations, you've just matched the marathon pace of Haile Gebrselassie in Berlin!

http://sports.yahoo.com/olympics/news?slug=reu-marathongebrselassie_picture&prov=reuters&type=lgns
Hmmm, at full pelt, I wonder what pace he could do a PFT in?!
Probably not anything too amazing.

I have a great 5, 8 and 10 mile time but my 1.5mile is a very average 9 minutes sometimes up to 9:30.

Long distance runners need time to bed everything in properely. Breathing. Pain in the feet and shins arm movement and position. Etc etc!
I'm the exact same; I'd do a 10k in around 42 mins, 8 mile just under the hour and around 1.40 for half marathon.

Something to do with slow-twitch muscles and other stuff I forgotten from the PTI modules...
 

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