Even with 'Zoe,' she's making changes running in the afternoon instead of the mornings.
"Keeping your privacy on Strava which is a common app that shows your running route, or even on Garmin and it shows where your home is and so you know, change your privacy settings," she said.
St. Pete Police Sergeant Mitch Detty is a runner too. He advises you to keep an eye behind you and look people firmly in the eye as you pass them.
"It actually notifies people that you're aware that they're there. You can describe them, that you've seen them and bad guys typically don't like that. They want to be secretive, hidden," said Sgt. Detty.
"Keep it in the same place every time so that it's almost muscle memory," he said.
The suspect on Wednesday pointed a gun at the jogger and told her to get in. Luckily, she didn't and ran to safety to call 911.
St. Pete Police say the suspect was driving a burnt orange crossover.