π«¨ Hits the Gym

You want to be a record-breaking Olympic medalist. So itβs time to hit the gym. π decides to be your trainer, and tells you to use the treadmill. Itβs a moving strip of rubber you run onβ¦if you run faster than itβs moving, youβll crash into the front handles. But if you run too slow, youβll fly off the back. But π offers you a πππππππππππOOO sandwich, and thatβs all the fuel you need!

Wee Ones:

If youβre counting your steps on the treadmill, what number would you say after 4? Keep counting from there!

Little Kids:

If π brings you a πππππππππππOOO sandwich on Monday, then a π½ itβs corn a big lump with nobs wrap on Tuesday, then a πππππππππππOOO sandwich on Wednesday, and keeps that pattern going, what food does π bring on Saturday?

Bonus:

If youβre trying to run on the treadmill for 20 minutes and you only have 4 minutes left to go, how many minutes have you been running?

Big Kids:

Some runners say the ideal rate of running is 3 steps per second. How many steps is that in 1 minute?

Bonus:

If youβre trying to run 1 mile in 8 minutes and finish the first 1/4 mile in 2 minutes 15 seconds, how fast must you run each of the remaining 1/4 miles to finish in 8 minutes?

Wee Ones:

5, then 6, 7, 8…

Little Kids:

A π½ itβs corn a big lump with nobs wrap.

Bonus:

16 minutes.

Big Kids:

180 steps per minute.Β

Bonus:

1 minute 55 seconds for each of the remaining 1/4 miles. You have to βmake upβ 15 seconds from the first 1/4 miletaking longer than 2 minutes. That means saving 5 seconds per remaining 1/4 mile.

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