I participate in the American Cancer society's fundraiser Relay for Life every year, and this year I want to bump up my donations by walking for the entire 24-hour event. I have heard it's been done before but I am certainly nervous I won't be able to finish. I've run two marathons, however, and feel I am in good shape. From Internet research, it looks like comfortable socks and shoes are key. Any other tips for training, preparation, etc. would be much appreciated!
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Thank you for the information!
Thank you so much - I hadn't even considered that side of this experience and I'm very glad you pointed it out. I think that will have a lot to do with finishing...
You are welcome. I think to overcome the physical is not necessarily the power of the mind, yet the melding of the two. Awareness of both to achieve the task. Benefit from the experience holistically. What an example of fasting? Spiritual experience?
Thank you! I am dreading the blisters but will do my best to prevent them, and have Band-Aids handy :) The linament is a great idea!