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Yet another post on the same topic but I have a bet with a friend and I wanna crush him So 4-5 weeks from now I will be racing 1km and my current pb is 3:27, during shorter intervals (200-300m) this week in 28 degrees celsius I was comfortably running at 3:02min/km or below it, I’d like to extend my running at this pace to 1km and run it very close to 3min, what should I do?
2022-08-18 11:07
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#1
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Moldova Amazing_mAn
just run faster
2022-08-18 11:08
7 replies
+1
2022-08-18 11:08
Are you the first human to run 1km under 2min?
2022-08-18 11:09
4 replies
he said just run faster maybe u dumb or you cant read but he never said anything of "run 1 km under 2 min" np for help in understanding)
2022-08-18 11:49
3 replies
If its the easiest fix Im wondering if it worked for him to break the world record, I need the META you know
2022-08-18 11:53
2 replies
he never said he did it he never said he runs, nothing of this. if you dont know what to write, write nothing at all.
2022-08-18 11:55
1 reply
oooo dayumm, snappitty SNAP!!
2022-08-19 12:18
literally this
2022-08-19 12:14
doping
2022-08-18 11:10
41 replies
Doesnt work in this sport thats why its beautiful
2022-08-18 11:10
40 replies
doping doesn't work in running??
2022-08-18 11:18
37 replies
You can search on it, mid to long distance running enhancement doesnt change much, sprinting is more prone maybe
2022-08-18 11:19
3 replies
#28
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Denmark Almoe
exactly the same with cycling... definitely no one doping and it has 0 benefits
2022-08-18 11:38
2 replies
is it irony?
2022-08-18 11:39
1 reply
#76
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United States born4anime
yeah, everyone dopes in cycling
2022-08-19 12:16
the most powerful endurance-boosting drug known, increases endurance performance in optimally trained runners by 2 to 4 percent. By contrast, he says, optimal training itself increases endurance performance by approximately 400 percent in the average runner.
2022-08-18 11:21
32 replies
There's been numerous long distance runners caught doping. Rita Jeptoo got caught using EPO. Liliya Shobukhova covered a failed doping test. Houlihan was banned for nandrolone in 2021, she holds records for 1500m and 5000m in the US. There is a lot of blood doping going on in mid to long distance running. It is very naive to think that there isn't doping going on in any sport.
2022-08-18 11:28
31 replies
Catch any male wr holder but I doubt you’d find anything in them + proper running genetics will overcome doping in 90% of the cases
2022-08-18 11:30
30 replies
What are you talking about lol, you said it doesn't work when it clearly does, otherwise people who do it for a living wouldn't dope. Regardless of if it works 2% or 20%, it makes a difference and whether it's male or female it's irrelevant as you were talking about the sport as a whole. But anyway, a lot of the running WR's are set by Kenyan's who have don't even have any anti doping structures setup. Even then, numerous Kenyan runners have been caught doping and they were literally forced to drop 2 runners from their olympic team for doping violations. 2012 Olympics - out of 12 finalists in 1500m race, 4 were suspended for doping. If you're looking for a male example - Asbel Kiprop, the 2008 beijing gold medal winner in 1500m, failed a doping test for EPO. He's also won 3 world championships. Seriously, you're hella naive, it's rife in athletics.
2022-08-18 11:53
26 replies
EPO natural counterpart is high altitude vo2 max training, there are natural ways to achieve the same results unless you become lazy and use shortcuts to catch up in the season, its not that widespread as u project it to be
2022-08-18 12:03
25 replies
It's an absurd assumption that an olympic and multiple time world champions is lazy. These people are winners and they look for any advantage. I've shown you that 30% of the final in 2012 olympics got banned for doping. That's widespread.
2022-08-18 12:07
24 replies
Were any of them favourites or just middle of the pack runners that could become the dark horses if favorites werent in top form? Look at the rankings of the runners not the the 4/12 because you can have worse genetics, use doping and still lose to the top guys, thats the difference between genetics and doping
2022-08-18 12:10
23 replies
It doesn't make a difference. You're trying to nitpick and avoid the FACT that 30% of the finals runners were doping and asking stupid questions like whether they had good genetics because it's something that neither you and I can prove. It's another stupid assumption to think that anyone competing in the finals of an olympic event doesn't have top tier genetics. Tomashova as an example was 2nd place in Athens and in London, she was banned for doping.
2022-08-18 12:13
22 replies
Man there are people in 1500m who run sub 3:30 only to get a podium and there are finalists who will never break that mark, thats genetics, marginal differences in stride, biomechanics and therefore speed You dont get the concept of it, everyone is born different and only a small amount of people will break 4min on the mile, another thing is, if Jakob Ingebrigtsen doesnt beat 1500m wr it means his body is simply a worse performer in biomechanics than El Guerrouj’s, its not a big deal with doping for real
2022-08-18 12:22
21 replies
Everyone has different genetics but its safe to say that if you're in an olympic final, your genetics aren't poor and are amongst some of the best in the world. You must be one of the only people in the world that thinks doping isn't ripe in athletics and mid-long distance running. Do you think Hicham El Guerrouj’s records were legit? They were achieved during widespread corruption at the IAAF and during the most doped era of all time. There's a reason they're looking to discount most records before 2005 (when the majority of them were set). Look at Kenyan's who alongside Russians have the most athletes banned and also hold a lot of WR records. Have you ever heard of Alberto Salazar? He used to help numerous world class athletes and olympic medalists pass doping tests. There are literally countless examples of both individual and instututionally backed doping across running. It is very obvious that you don't actually know what you're talking about and would rather live in denial and a fairytale world where everyone is clean.
2022-08-18 12:33
20 replies
You assuming that it is definitively a plague in terms of doping in running is funny to me aswell, you don’t have any proofs except some people being banned when most of them aren’t significant to the sport and wouldn’t earn many golds in their careers anyway, if you don’t have inside info you can’t tell whether it is a problem or not, I believe it isn’t since there are people saying that you can tell if you will be able to go pro after 1 year of running, thats how big genetics are, and you can deny that genetics make the difference in top tier running but biomechanics are huge in terms of running economy and speed, if you haven’t run yourself you don’t know how small movements can make you injury prone
2022-08-18 12:41
19 replies
It has literally been acknowledged by pretty much every expert in athletics. I've shown you examples of INSTITUTIONAL doping such as the Nike Oregon Project yet you claim it isn't ripe. I've shown you examples of olympic medalists being banned and you say it isn't ripe. I've literally given you proof but you keep going back to genetics. You say if you haven't run yourself but you've been running for 3 months lol. You don't accept proof because you have the mental capacity of a child. Here's the nail in the coffin - Lamine Diack, the president of the IAAF between 1999 and 2015 was literally sent to jail for hiding failed doping tests. Gabriel Dolle - HEAD OF ANTI DOPING also found guilty. The two people who are literally in charge of making sure athletics is clean, were both found guilty of hiding failed test results for money. Case closed, the end.
2022-08-18 12:52
18 replies
Good boy, now prove flusha cheated
2022-08-18 12:59
17 replies
You could have just wrote, I give up, I don't know what I'm talking about and apologised but instead you had to write nonsense to further prove you're a child, incapable of critical thinking.
2022-08-18 13:15
15 replies
it's crazy how people argue so much about such irrelevant things
2022-08-18 13:18
14 replies
I probably wasted my time because he doesn't seem like someone who can accept facts but my good deed for the day was done. Class was in session and he got schooled
2022-08-18 13:22
13 replies
Sorry, but trying convince someone or change his mind is always wasting your time
2022-08-18 13:23
12 replies
Not necessarily, if he was open minded he could have changed his mind. If he convinced me otherwise, I would have changed my mind but he just kept talking about genetics, something no one can prove.
2022-08-18 13:27
11 replies
Discussing with u is like tilting at windmills, my last reply there Swiss researcher Pierre-Edouard Sottas, who is now a consultant for WADA, analyzed more than 7,000 blood samples from some 2,700 track and field athletes. The samples were anonymous but sorted by region, to allow for changes in blood chemistry that are produced by altitude. The sample included athletes from all disciplines, not just distance runners. Sottas used the same analytic tools available to testers under the biological passport, and he found that samples from 14 percent of the athletes he examined showed signs of blood manipulation. But there were huge variations between regions. Sottas found that 48 percent of athletes in one region had suspicious results, and in another, he estimated a prevalence of 1 percent. All athletes do altitude training as part of preparation for the season therefore blood manipulation based on region will always be flawed lowering the numbers even more
2022-08-18 13:41
10 replies
You're just misinformed and don't have a leg to stand on hence you think it's like titing windmills. Stop embarrassing yourself lol. You've copied and pasted an ancient article. Sottas hasn't worked at WADA for almost 4 years and wasn't a consultant, he was an advisor. Secondly, WADA, like the IAAF has been caught in doping scandals and the ONDCP and US government were close to pulling funding because of lack of professionalism and they way their testing is done. Let's not forget that it was under WADA supervision that Russia managed to systematically cheat the system and dope. You using them as an example shows that you don't know jack. It's like saying there is no drug use because the DEA has done a good job and had a hand in killing Pablo. Get a grip, child.
2022-08-18 15:05
9 replies
youtube.com/watch?v=kEmItoVuz4Q running is a sport where doping is a choice, not a neccessity, keep talking about doping mafia when it has no meaning for running
2022-08-18 15:12
runnersconnect.net/peds/ another article that proves any PED use can be equalized by hard work, athletes who use them are lazy asses with less ambition to sacrifice themselves
2022-08-18 16:41
7 replies
You're literally embarrassing yourself at this point. The first line of your article says that every few months a runner that he knows is getting banned for doping. Seriously, read your own sources you cretin. Literally none of what you sent proves that doping isn't ripe in running. It's been that way for decades - it's proven by anti doping organisations literally being caught covering it , getting prison sentences and you're here like some retarded child who believes in santa.
2022-08-18 18:29
1 reply
Off-topic but curious abt how narrow can HLTV replies get LUL
2022-08-19 12:18
#77
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United States born4anime
2-4% improvement in a pro athlete is massive. Hard work will only get you so far, that is why athletes dope. Don't think that a pro runner is too lazy to train at altitude or some shit, while counting every calorie and literally setting their life up for the sport. delusional.
2022-08-19 12:18
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2022-08-19 12:22
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#81
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United States born4anime
can't see how its relevant. Everyone dopes, we too and you too.
2022-08-19 12:23
2 replies
No work ethic and projects their flaws onto other people
2022-08-19 12:24
1 reply
#83
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United States born4anime
most advanced sports program lol. The athletes here minmax everything. I'm talking about pros and not your average joe.
2022-08-19 12:26
Just because you can't prove something, it doesn't mean that it isn't true. There is proving and there is knowing
2022-08-18 16:47
"proper running genetics will overcome doping" what about ppl who have proper running genetics and dope on top of that? will they overcome those who only have proper running genetics? your thinking is flawed. its same with bodybuilding, those guys you see on the top arent on the top because of what drugs they use, there is millions of people who run the same cycles, but if you have the genetic + you use peds thats when you become the best.
2022-08-18 11:58
2 replies
Trynna be the expert not knowing the topic, current world 5000m champion and olympic 1500m champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen is not allowed to run half marathons nor do training for them, why would his dad and team behind him not allow him to do so if he was enhanced? Dont come with other sports reality, cuz there isnt much money in running unless you win a lot and u can tell Jakob isnt doping
2022-08-18 12:02
1 reply
your logic makes no fkin sense. im not into running but doping doesnt make u superhuman or smthg, so if an team of experts doesnt want their athletes to run marathons and shit which isnt beneficial for his maingoal, it makes sense even if he would be on PEDs lol? and no you cant tell "Jakob isnt doping" even if you call him by his first name. (whoever the fk jacob is i dont even care)
2022-08-19 12:06
naive
2022-08-18 11:18
1 reply
2022-08-18 11:20
#6
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Poland tailal
wall hacks
2022-08-18 11:12
run quicker
2022-08-18 11:17
1 reply
2022-08-18 11:17
Since you are the biggest bigg fan, I would suggest losing weight by doing tons of cardio and then your speed will increase quite a lot.
2022-08-18 11:20
1 reply
72kg on 185cm so it wont change much unless I wanna run a marathon
2022-08-18 11:24
#15
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Netherlands W1eky
Try interval training, run 1-2 km but the first 100 m you go way faster than normal then 100 m jogging then 100 m fast again and so on.
2022-08-18 11:20
2 replies
it's called fartlek :)
2022-08-18 11:27
1 reply
His nick is farlig, stop making fun of him with all these names
2022-08-18 11:35
#21
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Sweden elyeet
hiit
2022-08-18 11:31
#22
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Portugal dascouves
Try and improve on you start maybe? It makes a huge difference.
2022-08-18 11:31
4 replies
My first 400m has the best split on the whole distance rn
2022-08-18 11:32
3 replies
#26
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Portugal dascouves
As it should, as you feel more tired the later stages of the KM will be always slower than the first ones. You first 400M can always get better if you improve your start. Also where are you training? Street? Tracks? I supposed it's running tracks if you are doing a race, if so, see if there is better running shoes avaiable than the ones you currently have? Not sure how it works but I guess maybe you can pay to win it?
2022-08-18 11:38
2 replies
Im gonna race my friend 1 on 1 on the road and I run in endorphin speed 3
2022-08-18 11:38
1 reply
#34
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Portugal dascouves
If it's on the road, try to get the better line possible, like f1 racing, I'm sure you can improve it somehow without cheating ofc
2022-08-18 11:44
There are two main things that will affect your time: Your stamina and your technique. Figure out which one is your bottleneck and focus on that. I know guys who were decent runners but took some coachingsessions anyway and learnt minor things to change in their technique and immediately improved a lot after that. Goodluck
2022-08-18 11:33
1 reply
Its most likely the stamina as my biomechanics are made for quick running hence why I wanna improve my times on all distances so fast
2022-08-18 11:39
Go above 2000 altitude for a week, you will develop a lot more red blood cells. Natural doping
2022-08-18 11:41
2 replies
Obviously training,running Not just slacking
2022-08-18 11:43
If only I had the time to do so I would
2022-08-18 11:48
ok first of RUN SLOWER, at the speeds you're talking your knees will EXPLODE second, stock up on GU, at least 2 kilos, or you will die of exhaustion
2022-08-18 11:42
You run faster with the knife!
2022-08-18 11:50
2 replies
Instruction unclear You run faster from the knife
2022-08-18 11:58
1 reply
#66
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Europe kuu1
The guy was right thought. Quite a lot of hltv users are Counterstrike players so they know that you move faster with a knife in hand.
2022-08-18 15:09
#43
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Europe tete4761
Do more intervals and try to increase ur VO2 max. A kilometer in 3 minutes should be achievable for anyone who really cares about it
2022-08-18 11:58
2 replies
Ive been running for 3 months so it indeed is important to me as I wanna move on to training for sub 20 5k after reaching 3min/km mark
2022-08-18 12:11
1 reply
#63
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Europe tete4761
Just keep training and you'll get there, 3 months is a really short time. This is coming from someone who has been running for 7-8 years
2022-08-18 13:41
#53
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Algeria Zawwy
Practice. Workout on your abs. (Because it's gonna make your run easier and not only ur legs gonna work during the run) Find a hard hill and go hiking (you build great stamina, 1km running will be nothing) Find a road going up like 40% and run that then walk down and keep doing it. ( if you run that faster, straights will be easier and faster)
2022-08-18 12:47
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#54
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Algeria Zawwy
Wear weights/vest and run, and practice outside so you'll get used to the weather
2022-08-18 12:48
buy a scooter
2022-08-18 13:49
dont ask hltv, get a trainer wtf
2022-08-18 15:25
roger bannister polish version spotted
2022-08-19 12:08
just run faster (and be the first human to run 1km under 2min)
2022-08-19 12:15
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