So I ran a 300 yard shuttle run yesterday..

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  1. evh

    evh Active Member

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    60yds each way, 5 times. There, back, there, back, there. Gotta round the cones.

    Ran it in 52 seconds. I'm not a runner by any means, anyone know what good times are?

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    Redid it today and got 49 seconds.
     
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    i'd say thats pretty damn fast.
     
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    was this for a high school physical fitness test or something :rofl:
     
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    soccer we used to run 20 yard line-back. 50 yard line-back, other 20 yard line-back, full field-back. 40+100+160+200 = 500 yards. The slowest people would do it in 2 minutes. So I guess you were in a similar pace.
     
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    Edit: i just retook it ran it in 49 seconds
     
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    A full straight run is much different than a shuttle run..

    This is a test of endurance, agility, and stop and go. Running around the cones is the hardest part.
     
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    we have to stop and turn, 300 yard shuttle? sounds like alot of straight aways.
     
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    Around the cones? Why not stop and go?
     
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    Yeah. It is straight for the most part... but, the hardest part is that you have to round the cones, not just stop at them and turn around. I slipped 3 times rounding them. It's hard to slow down and get back up to speed so quickly.
     
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    and sprint 200 yards less. gotcha.
     
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