It depends on how long you're going to take over moonwalk, as jpenno says. Six hours would actually put you at the fast end of the event. It's over 4.3 miles an hour. What time have you completed in previously? What's your target this year? Oddly, I think the longer you take for moonwalk, the less effect it will ahve on Edinburgh!
<Some of us run two marathons a week apart....>
i walk the moonwalk with a small group so keep together with slowest walker, it usually takes around 8 hours, tiredness is the worst 'symptom' as walking througth the night, but usually get best nights sleep eva on sunday night!
i'm training now for marathon, not a fast runner but hoping to do it just under 4 hours, fastest so far 4 hours and 7 mins. walking not a problem as on feet all day, and walk quite bit, will up my 'walking' training as well. thanks for the advice guys, this is my first on a forum, but certainly wont be my last! think i will do both, and womble, running two marathons one week apart, you are my inspiration!! cheers
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