Men at the gym typically have their treadmill set to about 7 miles per hour, or 8:30 minutes per mile. They can probably run faster if they try, maybe 8.5 miles per hour if they pushed it. Very few gymrats can run 9 miles per hour, 10 miles per hour is much harder.
The gymrats are usually in better shape than average couch potato: the average man probably can't run a mile at all, or possibly an 11-12 minute mile.
Olympic runners can do < 4:00 minute miles. Champion marathon runners do 4:45 minute miles. A very good, but not professional, marathon runner can do a mile in 5-6 minutes. A good time for a recreational runner in a marathon is 4 hours, which is 9+ minute miles.
30% of the US is obese (30+ pounds overweight) . 200,000+ people a year are so overweight that they have surgery to shrink their stomachs. Like those people on "The Biggest Loser", almost none of them can run a mile. Walking a mile takes 20-30 minutes. Some people can't even do that.
The average 62 year old can not run a mile. If you can run it at all, your doing something right! Keep at it!
Somwhere around 28 minutes to 32 minutes
The average woman can run a mile in about 8 to 10 minutes I'm 13 and can run it in 6 minutes
It depends if you are a man or woman and how old you are.
You need to run at an average speed of 15 mph.
depends on how fit. im doing a mile soona and i aim to run it in under 8 mins.
Assuming you mean "What is the fastest mile ever run?" The record had been lowered to 3:43.13, by Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco in 1999.
I run a mile between 7 minutes to 8.
It all depends on how fast the mile was ran and how old the person is.
To achieve a 10-minute mile you will have to maintain an average speed of 9.66 km per hour.
You must maintain an average speed of 7.52 mph
To run one mile in five minutes, you would have to run at an average speed of 60/5 = 12 miles per hour.
Well, the average is 10 minutes for 1 mile, so... if you take 8 minutes to run 5 miles... That's really fast.
A 23-year old man should be able to run a mile is about 8 minutes. Most people should be able to walk a mile in about 20 minutes.
The average is 10 minutes a mile for runners. Though if sports are involved a fast run time maybe required.
The best athletes can run a 4-minute mile which would be 15 miles per hour.
I'm a competitive runner aged 48 and believe the answer to this question varies wildly. If you went to a neighborhood 5K race and asked all the 48 year old men how fast they can run a mile, you would probably hear anything from 5:30 to 7:30 minutes. If you went to a National Master's Track & Field Championship event you might see a 48 year old run a 4:35 mile (or faster). To answer your question specifically: What can an average 48 year old man run a mile in? Taking into consideration your average 48 year old citizen (who doesn't necessarily run) will run a mile between 7:30-10:00. A select few "older" middle aged elete guys can run the socks off an average teenager.
I turned forty September 5th, 2009. I run an average 7:30 pace per mile for 3 to 3.5 miles.
It all depends on the girl and what physical condition she is in.