EmersonHerrmann

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I saw 2 threads that mentioned something like this, but none really said it specifically...anyone ever tried cubing at like a gym on a treadmill? I'll probably try it tomorrow lol

jcuber

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I do 5x5 usually while walking on a treadmill and watching TV. That's multitasking.

(Anyone insane thinking BLD or multi BLD on a treadmill?)

EmersonHerrmann

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I do 5x5 usually while walking on a treadmill and watching TV. That's multitasking.

(Anyone insane thinking BLD or multi BLD on a treadmill?)
Derrick did 2x2 BLD on treadmill

rckclmb124

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How about the fastest 3x3-mile relay? So solve a 3x3 then run a mile or run a mile then solve a 3x3

I will see how good I could do probably tomorow

I think that I could get around 5:15-5:20

EmersonHerrmann

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How about the fastest 3x3-mile relay? So solve a 3x3 then run a mile or run a mile then solve a 3x3

I will see how good I could do probably tomorow

I think that I could get around 5:15-5:20
Lol I'd get like 7:10 haha

Arikash

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I'd do worse, but I'm working on it.

How about solving a cube while running a mile

qqwref

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I want to see a relay of running a mile and/while solving a 7x7. We know it can go sub-5, but just how close can anyone get?

Derrick Eide17

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I do 5x5 usually while walking on a treadmill and watching TV. That's multitasking.

(Anyone insane thinking BLD or multi BLD on a treadmill?)
Derrick did 2x2 BLD on treadmill
haha thats actually the very first thing that came to my head when I read the title of the thread

what was I thinking?

a small kitten

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I solve cubes when doing sit ups or when I'm on the elliptical. Works the mind and the body lol

EmersonHerrmann

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I want to see a relay of running a mile and/while solving a 7x7. We know it can go sub-5, but just how close can anyone get?
How about simultaneously? That would make me nauseous lol

MTGjumper

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I did a 4x4 at 12 mph when I was sup-3 mins. It was hard to run that quick without using my arms.

Tyson

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How about the fastest 3x3-mile relay? So solve a 3x3 then run a mile or run a mile then solve a 3x3

I will see how good I could do probably tomorow

I think that I could get around 5:15-5:20
Well, I personally think if you're going to do this, you should do it the following way:

Solve a cube, run a lap
Solve a cube, run a lap
Solve a cube, run a lap
Solve a cube, run a lap

The solving of the cube must take place between the Mile-Start line and the start of the lap, so that's about a 9 meter zone.

I think back when I was on the track team in college, I could have sub-6'ed this, but I never got around to trying it.

Inspiration is from http://www.beermile.com/

xspamx

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how about solving it while running hurdles?

Pyro-Dude

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I would really love to do a solve while doing backflips in a row on a trampoline or something, but I'm not yet good enough at them to be that confident .

One day...

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abr71310

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Here's something interesting to ponder:

Do high jumps while cubing...
Do gymnastics while cubing...

Perform kickboxing stunts while cubing...
Eat an entire meal, while running on a treadmill, and doing OH solves (10 of them before you finish your walking/eating).

daniel0731ex

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hey, i just did that yesterday! and now i saw this thread....

anyone tried OH when doing dumbells? it actually have no effect on your time

fanwuq

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Mile run + real man's average of 5
8:16 at the pace of about 70s per cube.
Today was too windy and I'm out of shape.
Sub-7 should be possible after some more practice...

qqwref

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Mile run + real man's average of 5
8:16 at the pace of about 70s per cube.
Today was too windy and I'm out of shape.
Sub-7 should be possible after some more practice...
70 seconds? You scrambled for 50 seconds each time? (And you ran a sub-3-minute mile? Unless you did them at the same time.)

Someone should do a real man's mile. You have to time scrambling and inspection too.