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We thought we should make it easier for our walkers to understand what's required to take on one of our challenges so we have added a footprint scale to each of our events!
1 Foot: Indicates challenges of 5k 10k and Half Marathons, no time pressure at these events so ideal for all beginners or for those wanting to keep a level of fitness up, but their training light.
2 Feet: A marathon is a big challenge to take on so this grade will require you to commit to the training plan, however although there is a finishing time it should be ample not to put pressure on any walkers that has trained
3 Feet: Whilst any marathon is a goal, doing it at night does increase the challenge. The Inca trail whilst not a power Walk will require endurance at altitude.
4 Feet: Indicates marathons that are the next step up on the challenge grade. In the case of Iceland it is a remote part of the world, there is no mass support so walkers will be tested to use their own determination and motivation to cross the line. The Berlin Marathon must be completed in sub 6 hours, which means increasing the training strategy.
5 Feet: The ultimate challenges for those that want to take Power Walking to the extreme, Paris marathon must be completed in sub 5 hours 45, walkers will need to aim for a continued walking pace of 5 miles per hour. The Nijmegen Marches completes, distances of 40K or 50K for 4 consecutive days, Walk the Walk take on this challenge as its ultimate power walking challenge so training is essential!
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