Sub Four Minute Mile on a Treadmill

Sub Four Minute Mile on a Treadmill

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2xOlympian Anthony Famiglietti running at 15.1mph on a treadmill for four full minutes. The video starts with 30 seconds of getting the treadmill up to full speed, followed by four minutes of continuous running at 15.1mph (3:58 mile pace). For more info on this video visit or contact

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