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Weight Loss Running Pace Calculator : How To Calculate Your Run Race Pace | Triathlon Training Explained

Weight Loss Running Pace Calculator Video

Weight Loss Running Pace Calculator

How To Calculate Your Run Race Pace | Triathlon Training Explained

How To Calculate Your Run Race Pace | Triathlon Training Explained

Pacing a run well is very important to running fast! Get it right in your next triathlon and you’ll finish strong compared to your fellow competitors.

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This week on Triathlon Training Explained our focus is on run pacing. There are so many factors that will affect your run time; two of the major ones being the distance of the race and then as triathletes, what you’ve done before it.

Follow Heather and James’ advice in this video to pace your next run race or triathlon like a pro!

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18 Comments

  1. I was fairly sceptical of this formula as my half marathon time had plateaued well above what this formula predicts (based on my 5k time) and I thought the time predicted by this was super out of reach.
    Having just smashed my half marathon PB, I re-ran the numbers and it turns out this formula was pretty much bob on, I had that fast time in me all along!

  2. One fact that race predictors miss, is that many people have not done specific training for different distances. e.g. someone is better at 5k than half marathon or marathon.

  3. I'm sure I run quicker off the bike than on a stand alone run?!? My normal running cadence is so slow that spinning on the bike gets my legs turning over faster than normal and I run quicker. I must be weird…

  4. James' theory that draft legal triathletes will have less variation on their triathlon run vs their regular run seems a bit off in my opinion. I would think that draft legal triathlons would change the nature of the bike ride. Rather than a steady state effort that deliberately doesn't burn any matches, it becomes an effort with intensity spikes that will burn matches so to speak. In draft legal efforts, there are the frenetic times when people try to break away, or try to respond to those attacks etc. I imagine that the power profiles on those rides are quite different, and potentially more stressful on the legs. So I would almost think that draft legal means that you are more likely to have tired legs going into the run, but having never done a draft legal triathlon I can't say from experience.

  5. Using this formula my predicted marathon is a 2:42:43😅
    Which is pretty close to what I think j can hit I feel more like a 2:49 seems possible lol
    But useful to see an estimate of time finish for other races like a half or 10k
    As it estimated me at 1:18:02 which I know I can run faster than that.

  6. I'm not sure if this formula works in practice. It would suggest that a marathon is to a half marathon what a 10k is to a 5k (time-wise). But people say it's not, because a marathon is disproportionately slow as you can't train for it as effectively as for a shorter race (the long runs are "too short"), feeding becomes an issue, etc.

  7. Hey I am really interested in watching JLW work on triathlon! I started watching GCN and road cycling but now doing more runs and swims. It is really fun to watch his progress. I feel like it is comparable to mine. Also, he is wearing GCN socks! I have those 🙂

  8. Eh… not convinced by the formula; I get that it's only supposed to give an idea but based on my best 10k (39.5m) my half marathon would be 1h 27m, whereas based on my best 5k (17.5m) my half marathon would be 1h 20m. Seems like quite a big gap between the two.

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