This was to work out how fast on 400m with zero training and extrapolate that to 1600m. Next phase is doing multiple laps and keeping that lap time up to 800m then 1200m and to 1600m.
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You should get about 5:16 with that pace.
To do a 4:20 mile, you should shoot for a 53 second 400.
I dont give a shit about the scientific nature of it yet as I only ran once. I will be getting my body used to running track first by doing those times for the 200m.
I was dubbed "Marvin" by former co-workers who loved Tarantino films, waaay back when I had a temp position . Marvin is apparently the expendable character in every one of his films, and my co-workers took pains to reinforce that fact with me.