“R” is for REPEATS. This Friday we did six of them on Summit Ave. It was amazing. It was simple. We had a huge turnout. The weather was warm. Bojan’s wife brought me cookies.
“R” is for RECRUITING. If you want to continue to build more friendships and training partners here at November Project we’re going to need you to recruit. At the grocery store, on your lunch break, over the weekend… each and every time you see someone in running gear, xfit stuff, or clothing that looks like it was made to withstand the elements, RECRUIT. If someone seems nice or funny or fun and they are not athletic? Great, recruit them too. Just moved to town? That’s an easy one, RECRUIT. We want good people in our tribe. Now, get out there and recruit.
“R” is for RUNNING. Though we’re not a running club or running team, what we do involves a good deal of running. Many of us have found that NP, when attended regularly, can make running much easier. This month if you train with us 8 or more times in the month of March, New Balance will put new running shoes on your feet. Check it out…
“R” is for RACE, “R” is for RSVP. Looking for an event? Want to RACE? Your November Project spring event will be the last day of this month (Easter Sunday, 3/31 at 11AM). It will blow your mind. You may pee in your shorts from fun overload. Beware. Bring backup pastel shorts. See details/RSVP here for NP’s Easter Hash Hunt.
“R” is for ROWDY. Between the stair racing event in the John Hancock tower, the Boston Urban Iditarod out of The Landsdown, and the verry real 9-mile training run from the Boston Brunch Runners on Sunday, this weekend is going to be rowdy.
“R” is for #RunDeckRun. Monday’s Destination Deck workout will be held in downtown Boston. Not sure what a Destination Deck is? Click your paws here and do some homework little friend. Where were we? Oh, right, Please don’t take the MBTA or even ride your bike on Monday. “Run, Deck, Run.” Get it? Now, for those of you Mike Howard lookin’ dudes who ride in from Essex each and every day, please lock your bike three or more blocks away from the meeting place, change your gear, and run up to the group like you just followed the rules and actually ran to the workout. If it looks real, it counts… kinda. If you drive your dad’s SUV to our workout you’re not allowed back to NP ever again. If you pogo stick bounce up to the group you’re officially writing the next blog post. Real talk: Bounce, Deck, Bounce, Author.
“R” is for REST. Enjoy your weekend. You’ve earned this weekend – REST. I know, we won’t either, but at least consider it.
Scores from Friday morning:
|John W Vining||5|