I see so many people asking about training plans on here and I have tried myself to stick to one but I end up just going out when I get the chance.
Some weeks I might run short distances to work. Some I might do longer distances at home. All practically at the same pace apart from longer than 10k runs.
I'm not great but I am usually in the to 10-20% maybe in races. I did join a club but can't be structured due to other commitments.
Plus might be just me but I tend to just enjoy going out when I feel like it. Id love to get under 40 for a 10k but feel that I would have to become much more structured in terms of doing slow runs/intervals etc
I think at the end of the day it comes down to conditioning of the feet. You are pounding your balls of the feet on the pavement constantly so inevitably your body will send blood to that area it will get warm and feel like burning.
I think the Asics thing is red herring, I had this with my Nimbus trainers and did the same google but I think this is mostly just the Nimbus being a popular trainer and a correlation with new runners or unconditioned runners.
When I started upping my mileage and my feet got conditioned to the pounding, the burning went away.