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During his pledging process, the founder of November Project, LA wrote the following words:

LA can be a town of missed connections. Theoretically you have all these highways that connect everyone, but in reality people can be so distant. They sit in in their cars oblivious to the world around them. I am a firm believer that amidst all the hustle and bustle of life that we need to ground back to our roots and take time to ourselves and interact with one another. We are all humans and we often can loose sight that we are all connected. We have a legs to keep us active, making us feel free and happy whenever we use them to their full advantage. We have hearts to share with one another in times of need or just in times. We have the opportunity to share and give with one another. Not just one another’s that happen to be your grandma, but one another’s that you’ve never met.” – Orrin Whalen, November Project LAX

That guy has since moved on to more European things, but the tribe is in the very capable hands of Maggie Nolting (left), Steve Selnick (right) as Co-Leaders for November Project Los Angeles.

LA meets Every Wednesday this February at UCLA’s DRAKE STADIUM at 5:27 and 6:27am and every Friday at 6:27am with rotating destinations around the city, the locations of which are always in our tracker.

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Do great, LA.

4 thoughts on “Los Angeles, CA

  • October 23, 2016 at 11:33 pm

    I just read about November Project in Runner’s World. I want to join you. I am doing the NYC Marathon on November 6 and returning on the 8th. Is this too late to join? Thank you.

    • November 23, 2016 at 3:00 pm

      It’s never too late to join!!

  • December 12, 2016 at 6:40 pm

    Is this solely for running?

    • December 20, 2016 at 12:37 pm

      We have people of all ages and ability levels. Runners, triathletes, people just getting into or getting back into fitness, you name it. Our workouts feature stairs and body-weight exercises, with a focus on interacting with other people. This isn’t your typical running group.


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