Not really. It has to rely on your arm movement which only roughly correlates to your speed/distance.
What you can do is run a sufficient distance outdoors on flat ground with GPS set to best in a running style you use on the treadmill.
The watch will derive a calibration factor that it then uses for subsequent runs without GPS.
But don't expect too much. There is a reason for foot pods existing...
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