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  1. hi all bit of trivia for anyone who likes maths and number crunching what spped should i set treadmill at to do my fitness test my time that i have to do it in is 13:18 but can do it quicker i think i've worked it out that about speed 11 should give me the time i need. Any one know the calculations i need to work it out as i dont want to mess it up. I know the answer i,ll get is do it at the pace im comfortable with but i also dont want to do it too slow and have to put in a run faster than i'm comfortable with to get on time.
  2. Speeds vary from machine to machine. Trial and error is a good way of finding out. Try it a few times if you have access to a runing machine prior to the PJFT. If you can already do it faster then 13:18 then just crack on and do it. SIMPLES
  3. Problem is i aint timed on treadmill if it was on road then yeah as you say simples, unfortunately it aint the case i've also heard that if i set treadmill at an incline of 1 that will give me a better run i'm already going to be pushed for time as currently i have an injury forcing not to train so my fitness is dropping by the day.
  4. thanks docherty that has helped. do i set it on flat or at a gradient
  5. you run your time on the flat.
  6. ok thanks just got to get my recovery sorted now and train hard to build my fitness back up hopefully i will be able to get it done in about 2 weeks and hope my injury doesn't reoccur.

    come you hoops.
  7. best of luck with the training and passing the test.

    ps: rangers are shite so theres no need to worry there.
  8. yeah i have as much love for rangers as i have for wolves
  9. yawn yawn yawn :?
  10. might be boring but its the truth :roll:
  11. witsend

    witsend War Hero Book Reviewer

    docherty, if you feel like dribbling I suggest, kerrydalestreet.co.uk or followfollow.com.

    Keep that nonsense off this forum.

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