november project denver
november project denver

The Denver “5280” (Mile High) tribe meets every Wednesday at 5:30-6:15AM & 6:15-7:00AM alternating locations between CIVIC CENTER Amphitheater and CAPITOL BUILDING STAIRS. We race circuits of sprints, stair climbs, and perform hearty plyometrics. The tribe also meets every Friday at 5:30-6:15AM & 6:15-7:00AM at DIFFERENT DENVER PARKS (announced the week of on our social media channels) for a workout tailored to the venue of the week. Our blood is so dope you can call us Lance Armstrong.

The tribe was started by Dan “Turboletti” Berteletti, a Bostonian who craved the natural playgrounds and freedom of the Colorado lifestyle. Following a year of full emersion with the Boston tribe, Turbo had no doubt that the active Denver community would embrace the positive vibes of November Project.

Co-leader, “Mass General” Molly Thayer played hockey, tennis, soccer, & curling throughout high school. She discovered her love of Boloco burritos while attending Northeastern University, and found balance to her appetite through November Project-BOS before moving to Denver.

Co-leader, Matthew “Sarge” Sellen has been running and playing team sports since he was 11. During college he discovered  lifting weights, but missed the camaraderie of being on a team, so he joined a triathlon club to train for his first Ironman. Leaving the gym behind, Matthew now opts to run and play outside with his friends.

Co-leader, Ryan “Major Woody” Wooderson grew up in Kansas playing basketball and running before discovering ultimate frisbee in college.  It was only on his second tour living in Denver that he discovered the magic of November Project and the benefits of waking up before the sun to work out with his friends,

Check out November Project Denver Facebook and Twitter for the lastest happenings! Remember all are welcome to NOVEMBER PROJECT workouts: no matter your fitness, speed, ability or creed.

NP5280 Co-Leaders Lieutenant Flanniel & General Molly
NP5280 Co-Leaders Lieutenant Flanniel & General Molly
November Project Denver Leader Matthew Sellen
November Project Denver Leader Matthew Sellen
november project denver
november project denver
NP 5280 Co-Leader Ryan Wooderson
NP 5280 Co-Leader Ryan Wooderson

8 thoughts on “Denver, CO

  • October 19, 2016 at 11:44 pm
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    My son just moved to Littleton to attend Colorado Center for the Blind. He is 23 and just ran in Rio for Team USA Paralympics. He’s train for California International Marathon in December and needs some running support. He has some vision and guiding consists of running a step ahead of him and calling out obstacles. Also showing him some nearby trails could be a great help.

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    • November 7, 2016 at 4:05 pm
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      I live about half a block from the center for the blind. I am 28 and run between 20-30 miles a week and would be up for guiding your son around Littleton! The easiest way to get ahold of me on this public forum is to look me up on instagram @mattkeeny. Cheers, Matt

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  • October 28, 2016 at 5:50 pm
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    Would love it if a Boulder tribe was started!

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    • November 12, 2016 at 1:44 pm
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      Let’s start a Boulder tribe!

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    • November 17, 2016 at 12:42 pm
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      Donatella, Boulder has a pledge group! They’re called the Ascenders Project on Facebook and they meet Tues/Thurs.
      We also have a handful of people who drive every week from Boulder. Show up in Denver some week and meet our crew!

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    • November 28, 2016 at 4:52 pm
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      second that!

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  • November 16, 2016 at 7:53 am
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    I have some disabilities but am wondering if I would be able to participate at all. Even if it was making a buddy who lived in City Park West who would want to carpool (and perhaps I could do some exercise to my ability while y’all ran stairs etc?) it would be accountability for me and a huge step forward. I do not use accessibility aides at this time other than needing something to sit on when I can no longer stand so I am thinking this has some real possibilities. What do you all think? Would one of the organizers be willing to talk with me directly about my concerns? Thanks!
    Sherrill

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    • November 17, 2016 at 12:45 pm
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      Hi Sherrill,
      My name is Ryan, one of the co-leadership. Send me a message on Facebook and I’ll answer any questions you have! We’d love to have you!

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