Me, Robin. 3 miles. More tenderness under both big toe joints and under the toe pads themselves. I think it’s just because the big toes end up absorbing most of the impact. A little right knee pain again, but nothing to complain about. I don’t doubt that my form has changed from wearing the shoes, so it may just be that one area needs to be strengthened up. I did notice that I was landing more on the balls of my feet instead of my heels like I did last time, so I did feel it more in my calves.
Edited to add: Aaaand then I took my shoes off and discovered a huge blood blister under my right big toe and the beginnings of a gigantor blister under my left. Oh boy. I guess running 3 miles wasn’t “easing into it.”