Enter, November Project. No membership fees, no exclusivity, no complicated routines, special equipment or t-shirts (well, you can make your own t-shirt). This grassroots fitness movement is all about showing up-wherever you are in your fitness journey- and going for it.
The brainchild of Brogan Graham and Bojan Mandaric, November Project was started in Boston as a way to stay in shape during the cold months, and has grown into a nationwide community of “tribes,” who are keeping the momentum all year long. Some of the exercises include: “Hoistees” (a partner squat-jump) and “Full-Frontals” (running up and down a hill 6 times fast).
You certainly don’t need a book to tell you how to do these things. The real purpose behind the book and social media outlets is to encourage a community of accountability, inspiration, and acceptance. The city is your gym and the community is your trainer.
The book contains a lot backstory about Brogan and Bojan in the book, and it’s certainly not a cover-to-cover read, but I recommend browsing some of the sections and checking them out on social media. Better yet: start your own tribe!! Learn more here: http://november-project.com