If Rojo is exaggerating even 20%, this shows you what a ridiculous advantage people get from bouncing along in a race. Imagine the advantage as the distances get longer.
Whoever doesnt think these are cheater shoes is delusional.
No, it doesn't prove anything. In his own words, Rojo says he took a walking break during his warmup jog, while also pushing a "dog stroller" (whatever the f*ck that is), and he might have even deliberately been running slow. Also, it's a warmup jog. Kipchoge runs his warmup jogs in 8 minute pace. But when he races in 4:30 pace while wearing "super shoes," it's not the disparity between the warmup jog and race pace that proves the efficacy of the shoes.
So, to recap: Rojo deliberately sandbags warmup jog, with a walking break, while pushing said "dog stroller."
Then he runs three miles at his current race pace.
This "experiment" proves nothing except that Rojo doesn't really know how to think critically and that he's out of shape