isn't there amy other surface at the side of the concrete you could use.........
and have you cut down mileage to build back up slowly so your body can get used to the new surface and adapt......
I would be the last one to suggest a treadmill for runniung but it might be an option for some runs
The badwater ultra marathon in the US is 135 miles on roads, so yes.
Hokas are neutral so in theory could work with inserts, however the squashyness (technical term) of the footbed may render orthotics useless. Best to try and make it to somewhere that stocks them and try it out.
Hoka, hokum more like.
Currently living in the US so all roads in my area are concrete. Does take time to adjust but you'll be fine after 4 weeks or so. Good news is that running on Tarmac will feel like running on pillows once you adjust.
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