Every AM workout with November Project puts smiles on faces, I think we can all agree. Some mornings those smiles shine just a little brighter than others. This morning it rained, you all said fuck it, and showed up anyway. Hear that
Follow your compass! Or someone in front of you who knows where they’re going. Or just run around in circles. No matter the direction, just make sure you’re moving, hopefully sweating, and most definitely smiling (unless you’re climbing PR Hill,
So here’s the idea: I share my story, as it relates to November Project, Ashleigh shares hers, Eugene shares his, you learn a little something about us, and how things came to be. But why I’m actually excited to share
The workout at Spreckles Organ Pavillion this morning was rad. Per usual, you all brought the energy. …but today’s blog isn’t about the workout. It’s about what happens outside of our weekly morning meetups… Meet Team Hoyt San Diego (well,
Wednesday, January 4th, 2017 On very rare occasion am I caught off guard, at a loss for words, taken aback, left speechless – you see what I’m trying to say. Many of those rare occasions have been at November Project. This morning,
So what the heck is Better than Bedtime?? First, let’s review the ‘what’ and ‘why’, then we can get into the ‘when’ and ‘where’… What: A November Project running/social event scheduled outside of the regular Monday/Wednesday workouts.
Today’s blog post is brought to you by a newcomer to the November Project universe. He joined us (appropriately) in November, but if I didn’t know better, I’d say he’s been around for years. It’s always cool to see new
Man was this morning good! All of the right ingredients mixed perfectly to start the day off with a BOOM. If you all don’t mind, I’d like to share a quick something: Sometimes I’m not overly happy, positive, and enthusiastic.
Today’s blog post is brought to you by NPSD Tribe Member X. We all show up for different reasons, with different backgrounds, different problems, different motives, and different expectations. But the one thing we undoubtedly share in common is clear
Lot of San Diego rain means no jungle for November Project – too much mud, too many slippery wooden stairs. No worries, we adjust – to the Reflection Pond! Now, I’m not going to lie, I expected a small crew