Depends on your age. I'm 12 and run a 9mph pace.
mph or minutes per mile
It depends on the pacing. I am 172 lbs and running on a level surface I burn 100 calories for a mile and at 10% inclined surface I burn 200 calories for a mile. This is at 4-5 MPH pace.
4 minutes It is running at a 15 mile per hour pace
A mile is 5,280 feet, so 450 feet is 8.52% of a mile. (450/5280)/100 = 8.52%)
The race pace calculator will calculate your running pace per mile or kilometer. There are many free race pace calculators online available. There is no need in buying an actual calculator for this purpose.
The secret of running the mile is to run it so fast that although you run as hard and as quickly as you can at the end, it is only as fast as the rest of the race, yet slow enough that the pace is actually held.
The pace is 12.62 minutes per mile.
If you run 4.9 miles in 40 minutes and 23 seconds, your pace is 7.28 mph or 8.24 minutes per mile.
A 10-minute mile pace equates to a pace of 74.56 minutes per 12k
run at the same pace the whole way dont walk then sprint listen to a song when you are running
About 7.06 miles per hour. This equates to an 8.5-minute mile.
12 minute mile
Your mile pace was 6.56 minutes.
To pace yourself for a tempo run, you need to gradually increase your speed and distance. You should start running 1/2 a mile within 12 minutes. From there, run 3/4 of a mile in 11 minutes, and so on.
assuming you can keep the pace 10*2.5=25 minutes
450 feet = 450 / 5280 of a mile. You do the math !
you actually will burn more calories running at a slower pace then fast but anywhere from 100 250 depending on weight
The pace is 10.91 minutes per mile.
A pace of no less than 7:15 per mile.
5km in 18.17 minutes is a pace of 5.85 minutes per mile.
A 13-minute mile requires a pace of at least 4.62 miles per hour.
no, more like a 6 min. to 5 min. mile pace
1 mile 450 feet = 5730 feet
The average 6 to 7 minute mile burns just under 100 calories. So a marathon at that pace (marathon = 26.2 miles) would burn about 2,600 calories. Running faster mile times would burn more calories. Running slower mile times or walking at least part of the marathon would burn less (walking at a decent pace burns 80 calories per mile).