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Mcmillan calculator (Read 1680 times)


A Saucy Wench

    I'm listening Smile  After reading through this thread several times, I'm still not clear about what you're looking for.

     

    Couldn't you post that at the bottom of pretty much any thread?

    I have become Death, the destroyer of electronic gadgets

     

    "When I got too tired to run anymore I just pretended I wasnt tired and kept running anyway" - dd, age 7

      Couldn't you post that at the bottom of pretty much any thread?

       

      After reading this post several times, I'm still not clear about what you're looking for.

       

      Happy?  Big grin


      Consistently Slow

        McMillan's Running Calculator

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="100" /> 100m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="200" /> 200m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="400" /> 400m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="500" /> 500m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="800" /> 800m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="1000" /> 1000m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="1500" /> 1500

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="mile" /> Mile

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="2000" /> 2000m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="3000" /> 3000m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="2mile" /> 2 Miles

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="4000" /> 4000m

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="3mile" /> 3 Miles

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="5000" /> 5K

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="4mile" /> 4 Miles

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="8000" /> 8K

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="5mile" /> 5 Miles

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="10K" /> 10K

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="15K" /> 15K

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="10mile" /> 10 Miles

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="20K" /> 20K

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="1/2marathon" /> 1/2 Mar

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="15mile" /> 15Miles

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="25K" /> 25K

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="30K" /> 30K

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="20mile" /> 20 Miles

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="25mile" /> 25 miles

        <input type="radio" name="distance" value="marathon" /> Marathon

        Input Your Best Time:
        Hours: <input type="text" name="hours" value="" size="2" maxlength="2" /> Minutes: <input type="text" name="minutes" value="" size="2" maxlength="2" /> Seconds: <input type="text" name="seconds" value="" size="2" maxlength="2" />
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        When some one wants to know training paces for varying distances. The present race predictor calculator I have found to be petty accurate Thanks.  OK, people let this thread die.( Eric excluded)

        Run until the trail runs out.

        2014***1500 miles 09/28/14

        50miler 13:26:18

        Race Less Train More

         

        Ana Trason  "Living Her Life"

        "The Marble in The Groove"

         

        unsolicited chatter

        http://bkclay.blogspot.com/


        Consistently Slow

          Event100m200m400m500m800m1000m1500mMile2000m3000m2M4000m3M5000m
          Time 19.2 38.4 1:20.3 1:44.7 2:56.2 3:50.3 6:02.9 6:30.9 8:15.5 12:56.5 13:54.1 17:40.9 21:45 22:34
          Pace/Mile -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6:38.7 6:56.5 6:57.0 7:06.8 7:15 7:16
          Pace/K -- -- -- -- -- -- 4:02.0 4:02.9 4:07.7 4:18.8 4:19.1 4:25.2 4:30 4:31
          Event4M8000m5M10K15K10M20K13.1M15M25K30K20M25MMarathon
          Time 29:31 37:12 37:24 46:53 1:12:39 1:18:33 1:38:51 1:44:19 2:00:19 2:05:34 2:32:44 2:45:11 3:28:13 3:40:00
          Pace/Mile 7:23 7:28 7:28 7:32 7:48 7:51 7:58 7:58 8:02 8:05 8:12 8:16 8:19 8:24
          Pace/K 4:35 4:39 4:39 4:41 4:51 4:53 4:57 4:57 4:59 5:01 5:06 5:08 5:10 5:13
          Endurance WorkoutsPace/MilePace/K
          Recovery Jogs 9:54 to 10:24 6:09 to 6:28
          Long Runs 8:54 to 9:54 5:32 to 6:09
          Easy Runs 8:54 to 9:24 5:32 to 5:51
          Stamina WorkoutsPace/MilePace/K
          Steady-State Runs   7:58 to 8:12 4:57 to 5:06
          Tempo Runs   7:38 to 7:58 4:45 to 4:57
          Tempo Intervals   7:32 to 7:48 4:41 to 4:51
            Time/Interval  
          Cruise Intervals (mile) 7:28 to 7:38  
          (1200m) 5:34 to 5:42  
          (1000m) 4:39 to 4:45  
          (800m) 3:43 to 3:48  
          (600m) 2:47 to 2:51  
          (400m) 1:51 to 1:54  
          Key m = meters M = miles K = kilometers
          Speed Workouts
           Middle Distance RunnersLong Distance Runners
          400m 1:37.1 to 1:41.3 1:39.1 to 1:44.8
          800m 3:18.2 to 3:27.3 3:27.0 to 3:36.7
          1000m 4:18.8 to 4:30.8 4:25.2 to 4:35.4
          1200m 5:11.0 to 5:25.0 5:18.2 to 5:34.4
          1600m 7:04.3 to 7:20.6 7:13.3 to 7:29.3
          2000m 9:01.7 to 9:17.3 9:10.8 to 9:21.6
          Sprint Workouts
           Middle Distance RunnersLong Distance Runners
          100m 20.1 to 22.0 20.9 to 23.0
          200m 41.9 to 46.1 43.0 to 47.2
          300m 1:02.8 to 1:12.6 1:04.5 to 1:13.5
          400m 1:28.1 to 1:37.9 1:32.1 to 1:39.1
          600m 2:18.2 to 2:28.6 2:25.2 to 2:32.0

          So I do not have to calculate % of max HR for varying distances. Team Oregon Pace wizard gives heart rates to run.

          Run until the trail runs out.

          2014***1500 miles 09/28/14

          50miler 13:26:18

          Race Less Train More

           

          Ana Trason  "Living Her Life"

          "The Marble in The Groove"

           

          unsolicited chatter

          http://bkclay.blogspot.com/

            Thanks for the clarification.  Unfortunately, this is beyond the scope of the website.  As MikeyMike pointed out, what you're asking can only be offered by a coach. I have never been a coach so I do not have the knowledge to come up with my own recommendations right now.  If you have an algorithm to derive a formula to generate training recommendations, please let me know because it makes a great addition to RA.

              I would also imagine that McMillan would probably like to restrict the use of his formula for recruiting possible runners to coach. Copyright/patent pending?

               

              The concept behind the RA estimator seems more sound: There's no gauging the slope of a line based on a single point through which it runs...  a second data point would at least judge response to a different distance.

              "You can't untrain for Monkey" - bdub

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