The November Project
The November Project
On the map since Apr 2015
November Project™ is a 100% free fitness movement that was born in Boston as a way to stay in shape during cold New England months. A growing community of fitness enthusiasts (and fitness newbies) get together regularly to push each other to reach varying fitness goals. November Project is now in multiple cities in across four time zones in North America. The movement uses a simple sense of accountability (verbal) to motivate and encourage people of all ages, shapes, sizes and fitness levels to get out of their beds and get moving.
November Project rallies individuals of all shapes, sizes and experiences together to motivate each other toward one common goal--helping each other become healthier and more fit. The fitness communities built in each city through this free workout project have come together in rain or shine (or worse) to motivate one another and make each other accountable for their health and wellbeing. The sessions not only promote physical health for November Project members, but also mental health through community involvement and social activity.
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