What's a good time for running a mile?
Never ran in any intentional fitness capacity before in my life. I'm decently fit, early 20s, eat well, work out an hour or two a week at home, 23 BMI. My mile time is consistently a few seconds short of 8 minutes which I think is pretty shit.
Just curious what the standards are around here.
why do I like legs so much? It's bit strange almost
I prefer nice legs over tits
Whenever I see legs like that, I think about how they would wrap around me tight and prevent me from pulling out
Good legs are a sign of healthy hips prime for childbirth so it's natural to be attracted to them over weird shìt like feet
under 4 minutes is the bare minimum to be considered IST
10+ minutes is subhuman
9 minutes is untrained but not a lardo
8 minutes is new to running
7 minutes is getting used to running
6 minutes is runner
And 5 minutes is around natty limit for average men without much talent
Damn, I wanna rape her bros.
If you know what I mean...
Morning is a good time for running a mile
I ran 5k in 21 minutes 3 days ago, is that decent? I don't roon, but I do other cardio
3 days later and my calves still hurt like shit
Very good time. Try and make it 20min and you're an absolute machine. I just want to run a single mile at 20min/3mile pace which is 6:30~
Thanks, I'll try. Should I increase distance over time or just do 5k 3 times a week?
If you’re serious about breaking 20:
Honestly, I just want to maximize cardio gains because I do kickboxing and already have a schedule bursting at the seams with said kickboxing, lifting as well as endirance training and bagwork
I wanna know whether I should rather increase my speed for 5k or increase distance so I don't gas out early
Personally I can put out a 4:40 if I'm willing to go through hell, but Ive been running for over 5 years now.
I've seen enough posts on this topic to tell you that most Anons consider 7:00 a respectable time.
I'm a fat cunt and I'm trying to build up to a 6:30 min mile (on the treadmill)
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Now post her feet
>What's a good time for running a mile?
>Never ran in any intentional fitness capacity before in my life.
Stop comparing yourself to others.
A good time is slightly faster than whatever you are running now. Keep doing a mile and you will improve.
Also, how can white women even compete.
She has the facial features of an indian, just a dark skinned one.
Imagine the smell
Early morning or late evening