Posted on January 14 2017
“After I returned from my last Spring Break of my college career, I decided to go for a run. After about half a mile, I was winded beyond belief. I was so out of shape. I turned back around, went to my dorm room and vowed to never feel that way again. That day was a turning point for me. From that day on, I became a runner. Before I was a runner, I was a college mid-field soccer player. I didn’t enjoy running and only ran to stay in shape when I was required to do so. When soccer ended in college, I drank my fair share of alcohol and had the time of my life. I didn’t have a care in the world, and exercise was an afterthought. Now that I have become a runner, I run multiple races every year from 5Ks to full marathons. Not only do I feel healthier and better about myself, but I also feel more alive.
“- HOKA Ambassador Scott Eichstaedt