Josh began running his senior year in college and hasn’t looked back since! He was inspired by his father, an 8 time marathoner, and has run 11 marathons, 1 ultramarathon and just completed Boston 2019! He finished that epic race in 2:39:27 - that’s an average pace of 6:05 per mile!!
Anna Louise Kallas started running in 2012 with a girls getaway to Walt Disney World for leap day. She was standing in line, at 2am, in the Magic Kingdom when she heard a group of women chatting about their plans to run the Princess Half Marathon. Anna decided to approach the group and learn more! As soon as she returned home she found a local running group, then later a women’s training group for a 5k, and the rest, they say, is history!
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Patricia uses Knuckle Lights to feel safe and stay seen. On one run, another runner approaching her thought she was a car on the sidewalk!
Jessica wore a headlamp for many years but her head would hurt all day and she’d be left with a red mark on her forehead! She appreciates that Knuckle Lights are bright and easy to wear, don’t alter her outfit or leave her with a prominent mark on her head!
Knuckle Lights help Kevin get through his runs in the dark. He appreciates the safety precaution and injury prevention - he wants others to see him as he is running! Kevin is a great inspiration to get out, stay motivated and push your preconceived limits.
Erin uses her Knuckle Lights during all her Ragnar Races as well as the morning runs with her friend. With Knuckle Lights she can easily shine the light where she needs without having to change the direction of her body or head. She feels much safer knowing she is visible and in control of her safety.