planner estimates how long you’ll survive in the Catch Me If You Can (CMIYC) workout @ OTF, based on a set of predefined strategies. Unlike the pace chart, this planner gives you the flexibility to have a mix of push , base & all-out during the run! It has not been announced yet. The last one was on 2/24/2023 , and it is expected to come again at around 7/31/2023 , based on an average of 157 days between each Catch Me If You Can 👮♀️. (You can find all the data in .) Added link to r/orangetheory’s benchmark survey. What is Catch Me If You Can? A tread-block signature workout. During the workout, the coach will periodically announce a minimum distance that you must reach on the treadmill. If you're not at that distance or higher, you are done on the treads and get to do activities on (or around) the rower. For a more detailed breakdown, check out Find a strategy below that fits your style Set your pace & any other additional info your strategy requires Look at Projection* to see how long you’ll survive in CMIYC. Check this to include a % adjustment to account for tread’s ramp up, machine calibration issue or human error. (Not sure what it is? Leave it checked ✅, and you can find more context .) First time doing this benchmark? Learn more about the benchmark at You may want to go with Set And Forget strategy, and start with your base pace. Bump it up only if you feel comfortable . 💡 By default, the planner includes a 1% penalty to the distance to account for tread’s ramp-up time, etc. See How To Use? above to turn off/adjust the penalty as desire. 📝 What class are you taking? 💡 Your CMIYC tread block will be minutes long Set a pace from the start, and run till you’re eliminated / end of the block. The pace should be something between your base & push . Run at mph 👈 This is your tread speed! 💡 You need a minimum of mph to not get eliminated in a class. Projection: You will be eliminated at 18 mins with 2.22 miles. Progressive Push by Distance Start with base , and bump up the pace every 0.1+ mile until you are eliminated or time is called. Every mile, bump up the pace by mph Projection: You will not be eliminated, and are expected to finish at 3.25 miles. 🚨 🚨 🚨 Projection of this strategy is slightly off , due to the difference between distance-based calculation vs time-based calculation. If you were to use this strategy, please keep this in mind and push yourself slightly harder to account for the delta. 🙏 Start with base , and bump up the pace every 1+ minute(s) until you are eliminated or time is called. Every , bump up the pace by mph Projection : You will be eliminated at 20 mins with 2.78 miles. Start with push every 1+ minute(s), back to base for 1+ minute(s), then back to push and repeat the sequence until you are eliminated or time is called. Start with push at mph for Back to base at mph for Repeat till you’re eliminated or time is called. Projection : You will be eliminated at 18 mins with 2.22 miles. Start with an aggressive base , and bump up the speed by 0.1+ mph every time when the coach announces a round of elimination 🔪, or till you’re eliminated. Start with an aggressive base at Bump up the pace by mph every time when elimination happens 🪦 💡 For a 2G class, elimination happens at 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20-th minute mark. If you survive, you'll do a run-for-distanace in the last 2 minutes. Projection : You will be eliminated at 19 mins with 2.48 miles. 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. 🙏 🤓 : Exports your in-studio workout data as CSV. : Motivational quotes from OTF — ‘cuz we all need that extra push from time to time Let me know on this , or @otfplanner on Instagram or Twitter.
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