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I guess because that baseball the 60 is the specifying distance and a 6.8 is mlb avg was just wondering if a conversion exist to calculation this??
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re: Is there a method to calculation a 60 yard time indigenous a 40 garden time??Posted by SlowFlowPro
I would most likely take the last 10 come 20 yards of the 40 time and also extend that out since that is as soon as you space at your fastest in the 40. Climate I'd probably add some arbitrary exhaustion metric to the final number due to the fact that the athlete can slow under a little at 60 yards. i made this every up.

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quote:I guess because that baseball the 60 is the specifying distance and also a 6.8 is mlb avg was simply wondering if a conversion exists to estimate this?? Strange the sixty yards would certainly be the defining distance. The bases are only 30 yards apart and only one 3rd of the defense plays in and area that calls for you to run frther.
re: Is there a method to calculation a 60 garden time indigenous a 40 yard time??Posted by C
quote:Strange that sixty yards would be the specifying distance walk from 2nd to home. Or 1st to 3rd. Ns think they just time those actual runs vs 60yd dash though.
re: Is there a means to estimate a 60 yard time from a 40 yard time??Posted through H-Town Tiger
why wouldn't you take it the time and distance friend know and divide them, multiply the by the various other distance to obtain a turbulent estimate? 6.8/60 = .11333 .11333 * 40 = 4.533 or an estimated 4.53 40 time, maybe bump it as much as a couple of hundreth's come 4.56 or something
re: Is over there a method to calculation a 60 yard time native a 40 garden time??Posted by Vicks Kennel club
quote:no Actually, you deserve to estimate various distances. I might not execute it that well, but you deserve to use "running calculators" the will offer you a very great estimation.

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Take the max speed, subtract 1 mph, and extrapolate that time for the last 20 yards and include it to the ahead time.
Some world run the last twenty yards a lot much faster than the very first part and vice versa. That's what i expected by "no"