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Pace calculator (McMillan alternative)? (Read 803 times)

    Is there any good free calculator equivalent to McMillan's which is no longer free?

     

    I don't feel to pay $5.99 a month just to use the calculator.

     

    MTA: It is still free. I missed notice the training pace tab. In the old version, the training pace was just under the race pace. Thanks everyone.

    5k - 20:56 (09/12), 7k - 28:40 (11/12), 10k trial - 43:08  (03/13), 42:05 (05/13), FM - 3:09:28 (05/13), HM - 1:28:20 (05/14), Failed 10K trial - 6:10/mi for 4mi (08/14), FM - 3:03 (09/14)


    And in the end...

      Still looks free to me...

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      The GITM is moot.

        Here's the one I use:

         

        http://runningprs.com/calculator.html

          I just used McMillans and it still seemed free to me.

           

          Not as intuitive as before and you have to click through some tabs, but it still gives all the equivalent race times and recommended training paces.

           

          Here's Jack Daniels calculator - http://www.runworks.com/calculator.html

           

          This site has a bunch of cool stuff and an excel spreadsheet that you can download that has all kinds of information and calculations including several what if type calculations on losing weight, different temperatures, etc.

           

          http://www.electricblues.com/html/runpro.html

          Age: 46 Weight: 200 Height: 6'2" (Goal weight 195)

          Current PR's:  Mara 3:48:09; HM 1:43:26; 10K 43:59; 5K 21:27


          Canuck

            I just used the McMillan calculator 2 mins ago for free....

            PRs: 47:54 (10K); 1:46:36 (HM); 3:50:52 (FM)

            Recovering from injured knee (PCL/Lateral Meniscus)

              runbayou.com also has a Jack Daniels calculator along with an age group calculator

               

              http://runbayou.com/

              Short term goal: 17:59 5K

              Mid term goal:  2:54:59 marathon

              Long term goal: To say I've been a runner half my life.  (I started running at age 45).

                Here's the one I use:

                 

                http://runningprs.com/calculator.html

                 

                Sometimes these calculators are a little scary to me.  I put in my 10K time, and the 5K, 5M, 15K, and 10M are all within a minute of my actual times, most within seconds.  The marathon, um, no.

                Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.


                I'm back!

                  This one offers comparisons using a variety of different formulas.

                   

                  http://run-down.com/statistics/calc.php

                    Sometimes these calculators are a little scary to me.  I put in my 10K time, and the 5K, 5M, 15K, and 10M are all within a minute of my actual times, most within seconds.  The marathon, um, no.

                     

                    Since I've been training under Tinman, mainly for the maraton, my times line up from the 800m to the marathon. THAT'S scary...

                      This one offers comparisons using a variety of different formulas.

                       

                      http://run-down.com/statistics/calc.php

                       

                      Sort of like the election poll aggregators.

                      Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                      Longboat


                      Letting off steam

                        Good article by Mark Hadley, Jeff.


                        Moving up from 10k, his "neutral" equivalents are more aggressive than McMillan, closer to Daniels.

                        The McMillan Equivalents are between Hadley's "Moderate Short Distance" and "Strong Short Distance."  Probably appropriate since McMillan's audience is recreational runners, Mark is talking elite.

                        Neil

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                        Nearly back to 100% 6 months after Achilles surgery. Now at 35 50 mpw.

                        Base building time!

                          Also, to the upper left on this screen click Resources-->Calculators-->Race Time Predictor.

                          Runners run.

                          J-L-C


                            Here's the one I use:

                             

                            http://runningprs.com/calculator.html

                             

                            This is the one I use, too!

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