Well folks, that’s a wrap on Beachtober, Piertober, BYOP-tober, and well, every other Friday in October. Now it’s onwards to our cheer station at the RNR 1/2 Marathon this weekend, an awesome Halloween workout on Wednesday, and SWCC adventure in Joshua Tree next week!
This morning – like many Friday workouts – is the best part about starting my weekend. Sure, I still have to go to work most Fridays but waking up to run around with some friends – old AND new, is the best part of the day. Plus, this month getting to spend time on the beach (because that is possible in the fall in California) and watch the sunrise is just priceless. Not to mention how awesome it was to get both LAX and WLA collaborating on workouts, switching up the co-leaders, and meeting new friends.
Now for the short and sweet (yet important) reminders:
WEDNESDAY aka HALLOWEEN: Workout back at Griffith Observatory 5:27/6:27am options and costumes/onesies highly encouraged!
SWCC is not this weekend but NEXT weekend. Check out the doc here for your team assignments and tent groups. If you hadn’t coordinated, we helped out a bit but please please text, call, facebook your buddies and get the rest of the details figured out (i.e. confirm who is bringing the tent, how y’all are getting to Joshua Tree, who is bringing the road trip playlist).
North Face ECSCA 11/17 – Check out all the awesome races here
Rock N Roll 1/2 Marathon – Spots are open for Sunday (RNRLA10 for $10 off the 1/2 + RNRLA5 for $5 off the 5K) and NPLAX is hosting a CHEER station (Facebook event) so come out, grab a sign and have some fun with us!! We’ll have coffee and donuts.
LAX Social Page – Check out the LAX Social Facebook Page herewhere people share free events, make announcements, and give shout outs to other tribe members outside of the workouts.
Fun Fact: How long is a moment in time? A moment is a medieval unit of time equal to 1.5 minutes or 1/40 of an hour. This reckoning is derived from the work of Bartholomeus Anglicus, writing in 1240 that each hour was divided into four points, each point into ten moments, each moment into twelve ounces, and each ounce into 47 atoms.
How many moments did I spend working that fun fact out? 😉
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