Erin Flinn

“Running is my release valve on life. When I was in high school, it helped me cope with anxiety and a heavy course load. In college, it helped pay part of my tuition. Since then, it has helped me honor family members lost to cancer with memorial runs, alleviate stress and maintain a very healthy lifestyle. It got me through many major life events and several moves. Even with all the ups and downs of life, at the end of the day, I can always go for a run. Running is important to me because it changes everything. It can turn a bad day into a good one. It can humble you. It can raise you up. It can be a lifestyle change. It can simply be just a run or it can be everything. No matter where I am or what I am doing, I can always lace up my running shoes and just go.” - HOKA fan Erin Flinn from Fleet Feet Vancouver, WA #humansofHOKA

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