How much minutes can you run without stopping?

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How much minutes can you run without stopping?

Post by CR17Ronaldo » 13 Jun 2005, 22:08

how much minutes do you guys run?
me its 16 without stopping am I in shape?
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Post by dooglas » 13 Jun 2005, 22:49

you kind of have to go for a specific distance, 3 miles, or km, i dont know, and then judge how fast you can complete it, an in shape person can probably do 3 miles in 18 minutes or so.
Wow, he just megged three people, maradonas around the last defender, and missed the shot, then not five minutes later a guy on the other team shoots when he gets the ball and scores...

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Post by fir_nev » 14 Jun 2005, 01:25

Ya, the distance + timing, so we can judge. Dun worry, U footballers are fit one way or another.
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Post by undead_87 » 14 Jun 2005, 03:38

is tis running thing like 'beep test'?

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Post by fir_nev » 14 Jun 2005, 03:50

We are still trying to find out from Ronaldo.
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Post by lucas2411 » 21 Jun 2005, 04:30

I can run for about and hour and a half at training, when i go for a run its closer to about an hour.

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Post by Maradona » 21 Jun 2005, 12:00

undead_87 wrote:is tis running thing like 'beep test'?
Yes it is...kinda
The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

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Post by frizzyan » 21 Jun 2005, 14:35

16 mins nonstop?

Hmmmm at what intensity? I don't assume you're sprinting nor treading, so it's hard to tell exactly how 'fit" you are.

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Post by Hustler » 22 Jun 2005, 12:22

Maradona... i read ur post and u sed a yr ago u couldnt kick a ball but now u have improved big.. wot drills did u work on?... im good but i wanna b invincible if u no wot i mean.. tips would be appreciated.

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Post by Sokrfreak515 » 22 Jun 2005, 12:48

whoa dooglas 3 miles in 18 minutes! thats a six mile minute while pacing urself.... thats really good! im 13 and can run a mile at 7 minutes...i am one of the fatest in my class... with the exception of my best friend who broke the school record with a 5:35 mile... shes really fast tho but other than her im one of the best... do i have a slow school or something? and is a 7 min mile bad?
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Post by Maradona » 22 Jun 2005, 13:34

Hustler wrote:Maradona... i read ur post and u sed a yr ago u couldnt kick a ball but now u have improved big.. wot drills did u work on?... im good but i wanna b invincible if u no wot i mean.. tips would be appreciated.
I watched video clips of free kick takers like Mihajlovic, Beckham, Juninho, Riquelme, Zidane, R.Carlos etc. And not did I only watched them but studied them. When I had time I went to the pitch, placed and kicked the ball by using different techniques from different angles and kept repeating for hours and hours.
The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

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Post by Mr.SoccerMojo » 20 Aug 2005, 04:17

sometimes when I run in training I'm not as fast or I can't go as long but durning a match I can run the whole time and only stop like 3 times (and I have done this before) is it because I'm more focused durning the game ?
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Post by mrbeankid22 » 20 Aug 2005, 13:59

I can run 1 mile or 1.6km in average of just over or in six minutes, and 2 miles in 12.5 - 13 minutes. Then like three miles becomes 21 minutes so I get slow after the 2 mile mark.

Hence there is a 12 year old who ran 1 mile in 5:15, he is blazing fast but not to good a football.

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Post by expert » 20 Aug 2005, 14:02

The top college teams in USA expect you to run 2 miles in under 12 minutes and 3 miles in 18 or less.

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Post by jcdenton » 21 Aug 2005, 14:20

how much is 2 miles in kilometres? i can run 3.6km for 12 minutes (cooper's test)

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