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Cheyyy:

What do you to to prepare yourself to run a mile in under 12 minutes

L8RVAL:

Usually I have a strategy to get it always in 8 minutes but it requires a lot of running, usually just try to practice jogging a lap and then stopping. Then continue the process and you'll eventually improve.

Cheyyy:

Im trying to do go bc running a mile in under 12 minutes is for my final at school

L8RVAL:

@cheyyy wrote:
Im trying to do go bc running a mile in under 12 minutes is for my final at school
Ohh, how long before the final?

Cheyyy:

its tmr

L8RVAL:

@cheyyy wrote:
its tmr
Oh..

L8RVAL:

How fast can you run a mile?

Cheyyy:

lst i checked it was 8mins-8:30 i think

L8RVAL:

@cheyyy wrote:
lst i checked it was 8mins-8:30 i think
Huh..

L8RVAL:

Didn't you just say you can't do a mile in 12 minutes..

Cheyyy:

if i go over 12 minutes i dont pass finals i can do 12 less

L8RVAL:

@cheyyy wrote:
if i go over 12 minutes i dont pass finals i can do 12 less
You just said you ran a mile in 8 minutes..

L8RVAL:

How does that make any sense..

Cheyyy:

I have to run a mile in 12 minutes or less tmr for my finals

L8RVAL:

@cheyyy wrote:
I have to run a mile in 12 minutes or less tmr for my finals

Cheyyy:

its been a while since i ran it last

L8RVAL:

@cheyyy wrote:
its been a while since i ran it last
What was your last time on the last one you ran?

L8RVAL:

Just take a guess it doesn't have to be accurate.

L8RVAL:

Like my last mile was 8:33

Beanie:

Okay. Just practice running laps today. See how fast you can do a mile DONT start out running as fast u can end that way

L8RVAL:

@beanie wrote:
Okay. Just practice running laps today. See how fast you can do a mile DONT start out running as fast u can end that way
Tbh just run 1 lap with a jogg and take a 1-2 minute break and do this for an hour then run a mile and see your time and take a 30 minute break and then continue repeating the process so you can get past 12 minutes.

L8RVAL:

@beanie wrote:
Okay. Just practice running laps today. See how fast you can do a mile DONT start out running as fast u can end that way
While running just use 50% of your energy for the whole thing it's like a mini sprint

L8RVAL:

This should work because I use to do this all the time and I improved really quickly!

carry:

You can walk a mile in 12 minutes.

carry:

As long as you jog for a little bit, you won't have any trouble.

L8RVAL:

@carry wrote:
You can walk a mile in 12 minutes.
True but you gotta have a timer on your phone.

L8RVAL:

Like the second they say go you start it

L8RVAL:

But I'd still train because it's healthy

Manny300303199:

From the beginning you dont have to run fast but run consistently for 20-30 min without stoppin. minimum 3 times a week i do it everyday so you will notice more improvement if u run more. But main thing is being consistent. At one point i was at 10 min mile now im down to 7:30 mile in a matter of about month to month and a half. Im goin in the air force so i have to run mile and half no longer than 13 min

Manny300303199:

@cheyyy how long do you have until the final

L8RVAL:

@manny300303199 wrote:
From the beginning you dont have to run fast but run consistently for 20-30 min without stoppin. minimum 3 times a week i do it everyday so you will notice more improvement if u run more. But main thing is being consistent. At one point i was at 10 min mile now im down to 7:30 mile in a matter of about month to month and a half. Im goin in the air force so i have to run mile and half no longer than 13 min
Her exam is tmr bro

L8RVAL:

@manny300303199 wrote:
@cheyyy how long do you have until the final
TMR

L8RVAL:

Like she has no time

L8RAaronOnTop:

@l8rval wrote:
@beanie wrote:
Okay. Just practice running laps today. See how fast you can do a mile DONT start out running as fast u can end that way
Tbh just run 1 lap with a jogg and take a 1-2 minute break and do this for an hour then run a mile and see your time and take a 30 minute break and then continue repeating the process so you can get past 12 minutes.
Ok

L8RAaronOnTop:

@l8rval wrote:
@beanie wrote:
Okay. Just practice running laps today. See how fast you can do a mile DONT start out running as fast u can end that way
While running just use 50% of your energy for the whole thing it's like a mini sprint
Thanks!

Manny300303199:

@l8rval wrote:
@beanie wrote:
Okay. Just practice running laps today. See how fast you can do a mile DONT start out running as fast u can end that way
Tbh just run 1 lap with a jogg and take a 1-2 minute break and do this for an hour then run a mile and see your time and take a 30 minute break and then continue repeating the process so you can get past 12 minutes.
you should strt slower unless its just warmn up. you wanna stay consistent the whole time thats how you build up VO2Max

Manny300303199:

@l8rval wrote:
Like she has no time
well dam then just run 3 mildly paced miles. it works for meπ

DorianIsHere:

yeah start with the jog for one part, and run near the end of the mile so you have more running time thats what i do, and i have a 5:37 mile ;-;

Manny300303199:

@carry wrote:
You can walk a mile in 12 minutes.
if you can walk 4.97 mph then yeah u can walk it in 12 min

DorianIsHere:

lol fr

Sprite868:

you convince yourself that there's a tornado coming and that you have to run away from it

Darkest:

In order to prepare yourself to run a mile in 12 minutes is keep practicing by inning a little bit each daynd gradually going up to that 1 mile run and keep doing the mile long run and as you run the stronger your legs get so the faster you will run and then eventually you will be able to run that mile in 12 minutes or less I know because I've ran a mile in like 10 minutes.

sllo:

eat chips

toga:

To prepare to run a mile in under 12 minutes, you should focus on improving both your cardiovascular endurance and leg strength. Incorporate regular running into your workout routine, gradually increasing both the distance and pace over time. Additionally, include strength training exercises such as squats, lunges, and calf raises to build leg muscle and improve running efficiency. Pay attention to your diet and hydration to ensure that your body has the necessary fuel for the run. Lastly, always make sure to warm up properly before running and to stretch afterward to prevent injury.

GoatyGoat:

U need stamina :)

jessistocutelol:

As a national fitness holder ( at my school ) stretching is one way to go before running. Stretches I do - 15 push ups, planks, dying bugs, and leg lifts ( also 15 each leg on dying bugs ). When u begin running keep face and make sure you've been hydrated and keep pace while running. For breathing breathe in through your nose and out from your mouth calmly and slowly so u don't tire yourself out. Hope this helps!

somnium:

for a 12 minute run, you have to be at a pace of at leave 5 mph. For me, that's pretty easy, its a light jog. It varies from person, of course, depending on your legs, but for many people that isnt much trouble, so you should be able to do that pretty well :)

GoatyGoat:

U need do track u need a get your damn stamina up slow poke

GoatyGoat:

@somnium wrote:
for a 12 minute run, you have to be at a pace of at leave 5 mph. For me, that's pretty easy, its a light jog. It varies from person, of course, depending on your legs, but for many people that isnt much trouble, so you should be able to do that pretty well :)
Cap u gonna be extra slow with dat 5 mph

TimberwolvesRules:

@cheyyy How'd you do on the final?

TimberwolvesRules:

Just wondering

TimberwolvesRules:

o-o

hellokitty265:

oop

Cheyyy:

@timberwolvesrules wrote:
@cheyyy How'd you do on the final?
I got 11:50 so I got a 100!

HotPockets14:

@cheyyy wrote:
@timberwolvesrules wrote:
@cheyyy How'd you do on the final?
I got 11:50 so I got a 100!
congrats, I guess

Cheyyy:

@hotpockets14 wrote:
@cheyyy wrote:
@timberwolvesrules wrote:
@cheyyy How'd you do on the final?
I got 11:50 so I got a 100!
congrats, I guess
Thx

KIllerwolfdaone:

First important thing you have to stretch, make sure your hydrated and I recommend to start hydrating days before you do the run

Dumbash:

boredperson955:

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Hero:

I usually do it in about 5 minutes. Of course, I'm a runner so it's no biggie. What does it require? 1. Proper Hydration (Filtered, Mineralized Water - Preferably Mountain Valley Spring) 2. Supplementation (Chlorella, Spirulina, Moringa, Tumeric, Nitric Oxide from Beets) 3. Diet - (Strawberry/Banana/Blueberry Smoothies + Vegan Fruit/Veggie Diet is ideal + Optional - Minimal Meat Clean Meats only - no pork, no shrimp, no crab) 4. Cross Training (You need both upper and lower body strength. Consider Jousting and Rock Climbing in addition to weight training) 5. Consistency (Aim for running at least 5 miles three times a week, preferably on a trail and never by yourself) 6. Air Filter in the Home - Clean Air is important too 7. Consider A Trainer or Bootcamps for inspiration. 8. Follow Running Groups on YouTube for tips, strategies, motivation, inspiration 9. After Six Months, Sign Up For Your First Running Event