## What is my pace zone for marathon?

By the week before the marathon, we have a pretty good idea of a realistic time goal. We then set up three zones that we expect to see during stages of 1 to 10 miles, 11-19 miles and 20 to 26 miles. The first HR zone will be from 70-74%, the next from 75-79% and the last one from 80-85%.

## What is a good average pace for a marathon?

Average pace Most marathon runners finish a mile every 10 minutes. The average mile time for men is between 9 and 11 minutes. Women average a mile every 10 to 12 minutes. Slow down your pace on most training days.

**How do I calculate my running pace manually?**

Take your running time and divide it by the distance you ran. For example, if you covered 5 miles in 40 minutes, divide 40 minutes by 5 miles and get your pace of eight minutes per mile.

### What is pace formula?

Pace is given in unit of time per unit of distance, whereas speed is distance over time. In order to count speed and pace all by yourself you need 2 formulas: Speed (km/h) = distance (km) / time (h) Pace (sec/km) = time (sec) / distance (km)

### How do you measure pace?

You can estimate distances by finding your average pace (two steps). To find your pace length, walk 10 paces (20 steps) and measure the distance that you walk. Then divide this number by 10. Repeat this process 3 times and find the average of your calculations.

**How do I read my running pace?**

Pace is measuring how fast you are moving per kilometre or mile (depending what measurements you are using). So if your pace is 9′ 23″ and you have your measurement set to metric, it means you have taken 9 mins & 23 secs to walk/run the last kilometre.

## How do I pace my distance?

To find your pace length, walk 10 paces (20 steps) and measure the distance that you walk. Then divide this number by 10. Repeat this process 3 times and find the average of your calculations.

## At what age do runners slow down?

The study, in The Review of Economics and Statistics, compares world record times of runners ages 40 to 95 to estimate how much people slow down with age in races like the marathon and 5K. The data show older runners only decline gradually after age 40, before finally slowing down more dramatically in their late 70s.