1mile time

#1
Haven't run in ages and I am going to start fitness training tomorrow for when I eventually get to my PJFT

I no I have to achieve 1.5 miles in 12minutes 20seconds

To be on track for 12mins 20seconds what what I need to be hitting the 1mile mark at

Thanks for any help
 

wet_blobby

War Hero
Moderator
#3
Twelve divided by three equals four.

Four times two equals eight.

But to be fair you want to be aiming under 12 mins 20 secs to make sure you get in on time.
 
#5
yeah, was just wondering what time I should be getting the 1mile done by...

Its not really that important to most people, but its nice to no because it would help me with my training
 
#6
navy_newbie said:
yeah, was just wondering what time I should be getting the 1mile done by...

Its not really that important to most people, but its nice to no because it would help me with my training
7 minutes.
 
#10
Navy is the most interesting out of the 3 I think, something about boats that fascinate me I guess.
and I didn't mean to offend by saying I passed the Army one, just meant that if I could pass the army mental test then there is no reason to fail the Navy one..

I don't see why one would be any harder then the other that's what I am getting at :)
 

puditer

Lantern Swinger
#11
Also worth noting that it's far more productive for you to be running longer than or at least equal to the required distance, in terms of preparation for the test. Depending on how soon it is, I'd advise training to get fitter, rather than specifically for the PJFT.
 
#12
I have not run in along time so i just want to train to pass it at minimum standard then once I can do that I shall train even harder to better it and pass it more comfortably :)
 

witsend

MIA
Book Reviewer
#13
navy_newbie said:
I have not run in along time so i just want to train to pass it at minimum standard then once I can do that I shall train even harder to better it and pass it more comfortably :)


Do one kock.
 

smeeg

Lantern Swinger
#15
navy_newbie said:
Navy is the most interesting out of the 3 I think, something about boats that fascinate me I guess.
and I didn't mean to offend by saying I passed the Army one, just meant that if I could pass the army mental test then there is no reason to fail the Navy one..

I don't see why one would be any harder then the other that's what I am getting at :)
let me be the first to say that they are known as ships.
 
#16
smeeg said:
navy_newbie said:
Navy is the most interesting out of the 3 I think, something about boats that fascinate me I guess.
and I didn't mean to offend by saying I passed the Army one, just meant that if I could pass the army mental test then there is no reason to fail the Navy one..

I don't see why one would be any harder then the other that's what I am getting at :)
let me be the first to say that they are known as ships.
Not if he's talking about Subs aka boats
 
#20
Yeah it is that W4L. Everyone joining has to conduct a pre joining fitness test. The minimum time is slightly different compared to when you're already in time. Don't forget the age difference times vary also.
 

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