#1 – Run with a friend
…or your dog. Other than the company, it’s safer to have someone with you than to be alone during night runs so that there’s another set of eyes that would be aware of your surroundings on the rare chance that you’re not. At the same time, always let someone know that you are out for a run and also tell them where your route will be.
#2 – Don’t be invisible
Make sure you are seen by everyone, cars and people alike. The Adalid Gear has reflectors on its belt so that’s a plus; otherwise, for more visibility, do invest in neon-colored vests that have reflectors. You can even use head lamps to not only illuminate your path but to also alert others of your presence.
#3 – Choose your routes carefully
Always chose the well-lit paths. Or simply stay street smart; trust your instincts and be mindful of the right areas to run around in.
#4 – Bring essentials
Other than your hydration fuel, bring along your phone and IDs for possible emergencies. You can even bring along a sports whistle in case you get lost, it will also help others detect you if you get hurt and can’t move, or it can also be a deterrent to bad guys.
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