Herbalife employee Kevin Krauss had competed in the Herbalife Triathlon for the past several years, but this year was a different story. This summer, he was riding his motorcycle home from work and got into a serious accident. He woke up in the hospital, disoriented, and with his left leg badly damaged. Doctors performed nine different operations, but they couldn’t save his leg. On June 7th, 2014, his leg was partially amputated. Kevin’s father describes how athletic of a person his son was and how he couldn’t imagine that he would have to learn how to live with only one fully functioning leg. In the days and weeks after the accident, Kevin would catch himself thinking “Why me”? But then, he saw two paths he could take – a path filled with self-pity, doubt and regret, or a path where he stood up to the challenge and proved to himself that he could overcome any obstacle. With the support of his family, friends and coworkers, pity was no longer an option. In fact, his coworkers were so supportive that they arranged a huge photo shoot where they all held up handwritten signs with positive messages. Kevin was incredibly touched by the gesture.