Long-known for their uber-supportive running shoes, HOKA ONE ONE has rightfully and continuously grabbed larger and larger shares of the running market. They’ve used technology and style to grab the attention of athletes of all levels, including yours truly. Like all HOKA products, The Cavu, Mach and Elevon that make up the FLY Collection were designed for comfort and support, while providing a sleek look you can wear into the gym or out and about with your family.
For the smart fitness fanatics who diversify their training, these shoes are just what the fitness pro ordered. Jump on the treadmill for a couple of miles, hit the plyobox for
some strength training and wind down with some core training and stretching. These Fly guys are built for variety and you should be too! That’s what I do. Look, as an actual expert in this field, I believe that the worst machine in the gym is the one you’re not using. Why? In order to challenge our bodies and bring them to their best, we must challenge them in a variety of ways! The main problem with runners, for example, is that runners tend to only run. BIG FAIL! I say this as someone who plays a huge role in the running industry, and knows this audience well. Heck. MOST people can be considered creatures of habit. And that’s exactly why most people fail to go all the way to their fitness goals.
If you’re ready to up your game and get the most out of your fitness training, plan to shake things up and make sure your training equipment can hang with you. Give the FLY Collection a go on your feet. Make sure your sports bra can handle your time in yoga and your time jumping rope. Invest in shorts that won’t ride up! Those things will all play a significant role in how far you go. I’ve been wearing a variety of HOKA ONE ONE shoes for years now, and can honestly say that I love them. They look fabulous and feel even better. If you’re a non-runner and aren’t very familiar with this brand, it’s time that you are.
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