Why I Run with Uzo Aduba

A formidable talent to be reckoned with, Uzo Aduba is an award-winning actress whose work spans television, film, and theatre. Aduba earned her third Emmy® award and second Critics Choice® award for her portrayal of Shirley Chisholm in FX on Hulu’s limited series, MRS. AMERICA. Chisholm not only made history as the first African American

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4 Ways To Style Your HOKA shoes with Stylist Zerina Akers

No stranger to fashion, costume designer, ZERINA AKERS’ career began at W Magazine, interning in the fashion closet. While pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Fashion Merchandising and Marketing from L.I.M., Zerina worked under some of fashion’s most accomplished stylists before venturing off to style personal clients and ad campaigns. Styled here is the Clifton Edge Since

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Native Women Running with Verna Volker

Verna Volkner is an ultra runner and a Diné woman from New Mexico, who currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Diné is what the Navajo People call themselves in their own language, which means “The People”. Upon introduction, the traditional way a Diné person introduces themselves is naming their clans.  This tells you where they’re from

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Choosing the Right Shoe for your New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep. Like any commitment, following through means taking the steps necessary to set yourself up for success.  Part of that is having the right gear and finding the right fit. Whether you’ve decided to train for a marathon or just want to get outside more, the wrong running shoes

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How Carbon-Plated Running Shoes Took the Running World by Storm

You’ve probably heard of carbon fiber, the ultra-lightweight yet ultra-firm material used to make high-performance bike frames and Formula One cars.  For the past handful of years, this revolutionary material has quietly been changing the game in a similar fashion for running shoes. HOKA has been part of the carbon fiber revolution since the beginning,

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Reclaiming Trails with Joy By L. Renee Blount

When I’m out hiking, I recognize I’m quite visible at times. My goal is to always reclaim a trail through visibility and my joy— a push against only thinking about the summit. Instead, it’s about the joy of the journey. My presence, words, and visuals are meant to be a visual and textual representation of

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