Safety on the Road

Run: Active Rest
Additional Workout: Insanity Max Cardio Conditioning

When I wore traditional running shoes I kept an ID tag on my shoes that had important contact information as well as my name. This was incase something were to happen to me while running and I did not to have my driver’s license or other forms of identification on hand. I have been running in my Vibram Five Fingers for nearly 7 months now and I realized what if something were to happen me while out running. I do run with my phone but then I also realized that my phone is password protected so if I needed help other people would not be able to unlock my phone if I was not able to unlock it for them. So yesterday I ordered my ROADID bracelet. The bracelet is simple and not too bulky, and most importantly has phone numbers of people to call in case something happens to me. So if you decide to order one something you might want to consider is having your name, city your from, and 2-3 emergency contacts (I included my girlfriend, my mom and my dad as my emergency contact with their phone numbers). I typically run on my own so this is a great for those of you that do run alone. As much of a thrill we get out of running long miles or unmarked trails we always need to keep in mind the “what if” situations. There are several different ways to carry emergency contact information, but this is just one of the ways and I thought I would share it with you.
If the Road ID is something you want might want to use they sent me a $1 coupon that you can use on their website. The cost of the ROAD ID bracelet I purchased was only $19.99. The Coupon Number is  ThanksChristopher766189. The coupon is good for $1 off any Road ID order placed by 07/08/2010. To order, simply go to or click the link below:

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