Trying to get form back
30 years a runner!
And you're asking questions like this?
We operate at opposite ends of the 'reasons for running' spectrum.
I wanted to find out how fast a runner I could be. I was also injured an awful lot and finally I wanted to discover things about the activity so I could pass on the knowledge.
Having said that, there's no faster way to improve your condition better than to avoid getting injured. Now that your feet and lower legs have been allowed to work properly again, I'd say that it will take only a couple of weeks of easy conditioning to start with. Gradually you can build up to your longest run so that in 12 weeks from the shoe change you could do what you like with no concerns.
30 years running counts for a lot.
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