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OTF Planner (otfplanner.com)
planner estimates how long it’ll take to CRUSH your mile run benchmark based on a set of predefined strategies - Unlike the official pace chart, it allows you to have a mix of push , base & all-out during your run! Today is the benchmark! 🔥 If you have completed the benchmark, don’t forget to submit your result to , so we have more data for peer analysis in the future. Come back in a day or two to see the analysis! Made 1-mile Run the default page of the planner. Pick your tread group: Runner or Power Walker 💨 Find a strategy below that fits your style Set your pace & any other additional info your strategy requires Check out the 💡 : It’ll tell you how long you’ll be running at your all-out based on your pace & distance. Look at Estimate time* to see how long it’ll take you to complete your -mile benchmark. Check this to include a % adjustment to account for tread’s ramp up time, machine calibration issue or human error. (Not sure what it is? Leave it checked ✅, and you can find more context .) Want to know how your goal compare against your peers? Check out the Can you beat your peers? 🥇 section at the bottom! 🎯 As a , your goal is mile. Set-It-And-Forget-It a.k.a. Steady Set the pace in the beginning, maintain it till the end of the run and go all-out in the last 0.1+ mile (If you have anything left in the tank!) Start at mph 👈 This is your tread speed!! In the last mi, go all-out at 💡 Your all-out will be ~ long. Split the -mi into quarters. Start with your base pace, then gradually increase the pace by 0.1 - 0.3 every mile. Go all-out to finish the last mile. Bump up the pace by mph every mile. In the last mile, go all-out at mph 💡 Your all-out will be ~ long. Base, Progressive Push, then All-Out Start with base , and gradually bump up your pace every 0.1+ mile. In the last 0.1+ mile, go all-out to finish. Every mi, bump up the pace by mph In the last mi, go all-out at mph 💡 Your all-out will be ~ long. Push, Base, Repeat then All-Out Start with a push for 0.2 mile, then back to base for 0.1 mile. Repeat until the last 0.2 mile, then go all-out to finish. Start with push at mph for mi Back to base at mph for mi Go all-out in the last mi at mph 💡 Your all-out will be ~ long. Push, Base, Progressive Push then All-Out Start with a push , back to base for an active recovery, then transition to a progressive push by picking up the pace by 0.1 - 0.3 every 0.1 mile. Go all-out to finish. Start with push at mph for mi Back to base at mph for mi Start a progressive push at mph, and increase the pace by every mi Go all-out in the last mi at mph 💡 Your all-out will be ~ long. Split by Quarters II: Push, Aggressive Push then All-out Split the -mi into quarters. Start with a push pace, then bump it up by 0.3 - 0.5 every mile. In the last mile, keep pushing by pumping it up every couple of seconds if you feel good. In the last mile, wrap up the benchmark with an all-out . 🧠 This strategy is not as precise as other strategies - YMMV depend on how on you feel on the day of the benchmark. Moreover, this strategy may not be best fit for Power Walkers, as it’s a bit complex. 🙏 Bump up the pace by mph every mile. In the last mile, go progressive push at mph on average. Max out your all-out at mph in the last mile 🔥 💡 Your progressive push will be ~ long, and your all-out will be ~ long. Can you beat your peers*? 🥇 Adjust the Filters below to see how your goal / PR compares against your peers*. New to OTF (Joined OTF < 6 months ago)? How do you define peers*? If your age is , then your peers will be between to . If your height is 5’7, then your peers will be between 5’5 to 5’9. 💡 Please note that there are quite a few data points missing critical demographics data. When applying filters, those data points will be dropped to ensure you’re only comparing against your true peers. 🙏 🤩 : Motivational quotes from OTF — ‘cuz we all need that extra push from time to time Getting ready for a running race outside of the studio? Check out this ! Leave a comment on , or message me on .
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