I'm Morris Brossette, and this is safety lights for jogging. Alright guys, so here it is. Three simple things you can do for running and making sure you are safe and those three simple things are three lights. Alright I'm going to have two behind me and one in the front, not really for my vision and sight but it's more for oncoming traffic to see me. So what I've got, I've got a basic fuel belt or any sort of race belt will do. I've got a safety flashing light that's either for a bike or a run attached to the backside of this. So what I'm going to do is simply place this around my waist. So I've got one light and I'll make sure it's directly behind me. As you can see also I've got a second light attacked to the back of my hat, okay, so these two are going to be obviously for oncoming traffic coming behind me. Then I've got one more light and this is a light that has either a clip so I can put it on the brim of my hat or I can put it on my head if you are not wearing a hat or around the top here okay. So, once I get those in position and they are secure, then I'm simply going to turn it on. I want something that's loud and obnoxious and makes a lot of different light variations. If you are early morning and someone is sleeping, they might not pay attention to you, they might not see you. So something that's very visible from behind is what you need. So I would have that one and then I would just have one simply in the front here. Again, because when I run that undulation of my head oncoming traffic is going to see that okay? So I can see in front of me when a car is coming but more importantly I've got more behind me for the traffic coming from the rear.