Bridging the Gap With Jorge Moreno

Almost a decade ago I met Jorge Moreno, when in the same fall we simultaneously yet independently picked up our lives and both moved to Oakland, California. Neither of us had a ton of friends in the Bay Area, so we both joined a running group. He was the first person I met, which looking

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Meet Kelis: Chef, Singer, and Pioneer By Siraad Dirshe

The ’00s pop sensation and HOKA fan opens up about her incredible journey and what it’s like running her own farm in Southern California.   Kelis is the epitome of a multi-hyphenate —- she sings, she cooks, and she owns several businesses all while being a mom. Most recently, the Grammy-nominated entertainer added farmer to her

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Time To Leave Fear Behind By Cheryl Miller

HOKA Flyer, Cheryl Miller, shares where her relationship with running began and why she does not run from fear. (📸Bryan Geiger) It can feel challenging to tell a story, because often the beginning isn’t quite where things started, and the end is not truly the end. For many reasons, my story begins with running, and

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Walking The Earth By Libby Delana

Libby Park DeLana is an award-winning executive creative director, designer/art director by trade, who has spent her 30+ year career in the ad world. She started walking in 2011 and hasn’t missed a day since; as a result, she has walked the circumference of the earth.. She documents every walk @parkhere (Park is her middle

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HOW CITY FIT GIRLS IS MAKING RUNNING MORE ACCESSIBLE

We’re Kiera Smalls and Takia McClendon, the co-founders of City Fit Girls. Born and raised in Philadelphia, we met during college and became best friends. We both loved fitness and wellness and wanted to bring its benefits to our family and friends. HOKA: What are the origins of City Fit Girls? Tell us why and

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Time To Hózhó with Brandon Dugi

Brandon Dugi‘s relationship with running is different than most runners: as a member of the Diné people in Navajo Nation, running is more than just a simple pastime or fun hobby. Running is an integral part of his culture, so we sat down with Brandon to learn more about his relationship with running, how he started running competitively,

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