BLUE in MSN, Monday Plans for BOS…

First off, if you’re in Boston and you were lucky enough to grab a hold of one of the 60 spots at #NP_Yoga5, congrats and we’ll see you on Sunday night. For the rest of the tribe, we look forward to seeing you on Monday…. at the…#DestinationDeck. Wear ALL WHITE on Monday. WHY? Because the workout will take place on a Tennis Court on Columbus Ave and people who place Tennis wear white (like dorks, sorry). Also, like a few workouts we’ve had in the past and exactly like the one today in MSN it will be all about the photos. WEAR WHITE. Think preppy, tennis, whitie-tighty, anything and everything WHITE. If you can bring a tennis ball (or 10) please bring that too.

Yesterday in Boston we did “four full” up & over hills on Summit Ave. The added “spice” was that each repetition came with a nice dose of 10 burpees in the dusty soil. This made for a good time had by all. For those of you who completed the workout and raced it as hard as you could… fuck yeah.

Our friends in Madison rocked BLUE, like the Wisconsin flag, and got into their usual rhythm at the top of State Street. Ted Gurman completes his very first week as the leader of NP MSN and did it in style. Nice work Ted!

There is a new city in the November Project Family that will officially come on board next week. As our good friend Andrew Ference has made his way from his home in Boston to his actual hometown in Edmonton, he’s brought the spirit and focus of November Project along with him. This week in “NP CAN” there was a lot of attention as the hometown hero brought community to his community. Though NP CAN will not post their first official workout until next week we wanted to share these badass media wins from Andrew and our newest tribe in the November Project International takeover. San Diego seems to be making a push… we’ll see if they can keep up in the weeks to come.

CBC News Video(s) here.

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One Reply to “BLUE in MSN, Monday Plans for BOS…”

  1. We showed up last week as part of a Training Camp Challenge our magazine is running. I sent Andrew a tweet to give our readers some fitness advice. He told them to get out for a November Project workout. Been hooked ever since. Love the community and awesome workouts. Glad we found you guys and were happy to spread the word to our readers.

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