Laura Snyder (Orlando, FL)
Hey! A few years ago, I joined a group of people for a run. I was so completely intimidated because I was not a runner. The people in the run group were so welcoming, inviting, and made sure I was never alone during my run. The #workaddict(s) are such an amazing and supportive group of people!! I’m so grateful for and proud to be part of this community! #dowork
Cherrelle Rogers (Des Moines, IA)
Ok…a little bit about myself… Cherrelle, originally from Kansas. Dental hygienist. Some things I enjoy-watching movies, eating meals my husband cooks, trying new fitness things, travelling, OUTREACH, laughing! Started running/delving into the fitness world in 2014. What I like about WA… I like that it’s not exclusive, it’s inclusive. Everyone, no matter where they are or what they enjoy in the fitness aspect of life, is welcome. You get kudos no matter what. I’m all about having a great support system. I feel like it keeps you not only accountable, but makes you feel like you’re apart of a team. As cliche as it sounds, team work does make things work!
Ben Wachter (Bumpass, VA)
I am the host of Run Bigfoot Run on Twitter and IGTV and when not running you can usually find me fly fishing or playing Magic. If you meet me in the wild, let’s go for a trail run and eat some cookie dough ice cream afterward.
Ben Hall (Blountstown, FL)
I love the workaddict(s) and everything they stand for! Encouraging each and every runner, no matter the pace! Getting out there, getting to the start line and getting to the finish line and having fun in between! That’s what workaddict(s) is all about and I’m all in for that!
Marquita Green (Jacksonville, FL)
Purpose Over Pleasure! That’s me. I run and keep an active lifestyle because there is so much purpose on the inside of me. I push through pain and fear and doubt and challenge myself to go farther and faster because of my purpose. To stay mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically fit are my goals. To help others to do the same is my purpose.
Lyssa Oberkreser (Tallahassee, FL)
I first discovered Workaddict(s) while training for my first marathon. The enthusiasm and encouragement of the group was infectious, and I immediately wanted to be a part of the team. It doesn’t matter how fast we are, it’s about doing WORK. Whether we run, swim, bike, or lift, we are all doing work to make ourselves healthier and happier in all aspects of our lives. This is why I proudly wear Workaddict(s) gear and promote the brand wherever I run. DO WORK!
Jake Martin (Tallahassee, FL)
The moment I crossed the finish line of my first 5K, I knew I was hooked. A healthy addiction was immediately formed. When I joined Workaddict(s), I knew the name was fitting. This is a group of people who are addicted to the work it takes to stay healthy: mind, body, and soul. The work extends way beyond fitness and includes lifting those around you. I was able to accomplish my goals for 2019 with the overwhelming support I received. Now, I want to help those around me do the same. The gear is fire, the work is rewarding, and the people are one of a kind. #DoWork #TeamWA2020
Adam Kovach (Philadelphia, PA)
As a lifelong cyclist, I have always been attracted to the endurance world. When my best friend Jake Martin got me into running and suggested I join the workaddicts, I thought why not and gave it a go. What I found was a community of people that valued any work across all platforms of exercise, and valued any distance at any time no matter how many or few the miles or minutes were. That is why I choose to represent this brand. We are all here to be our best and I believe this brand helps encourage people to be the best version of themselves.
Bridget Carter (Jacksonville, FL)
I have always engaged in outdoor exercises for stress relief; but not long ago I got a bright idea to elevate my focus on fitness and on living a more healthy lifestyle. I soon found two amazing groups of people committed to “doing work” and encouraging others regardless of their level of fitness. Team Workaddicts(s) has proven to be a terrific group that shares positive vibes and I am proud to wear the WA apparel. I’ve often heard it said, you don’t just buy the gear but you join our team of Workaddict(s); and I have been pleasantly surprised by the truth in this. I’ve met new friends during my training exercises and on race courses because one or both of us are wearing WA gear and can identify with one another. Sometimes that just what you need to push through to the finish that day. Together we are Team Workaddict(s).
Susanne Kennedy (Des Moines, IA)
Tolar Griffin (Tallahassee, FL)
Denita Brun (Tallahassee, FL)
Sherry Marcotte (Birmingham, AL)