Did any of you come this morning expecting to workout both your bodies and your brains? Thanks to Rob and his creative spin on Wheel of Fortune you got to do both!
A bridge triple crown with consonant exercise sets and a vowel burpee challenge you all to solve the three phrases in under 30 minutes…with 7 minutes to spare! I suspect Rob was hoping for an even speedier solve time as 23 minutes of burpees was quite the feat.
Thank you to everyone who joined us this morning and while our second game of the day, What’s in the Bag?, didn’t reveal any buttons, we were surprised with passes to the Marvel exhibit at the Telus World of Science. Thanks Steve for generously gifting the community with these tickets.
Over the next couple of blog posts, we will be highlighting some of the November Project Community Agreements that were formally introduced a while ago. It’s always good to visit the core values of our community and ground ourselves in what November Project all stand for.
Today I’d like to highlight the one section of the Respect Agreement:
Our Neighbors – Building communities through free fitness can not happen without respecting the residents of the neighborhoods where our workouts take place.https://november-project.com/community-agreements/
Especially on Mondays and Wednesdays, as we meet in communities where there are residences, we want to ensure that we are respecting our neighbors. Specifically, we want to be aware of our volume and noise we create when we are arriving (opening and closing car doors), during our workouts, and leaving. We have received feedback in the past and recently that our unintentional early morning wake-up calls aren’t always welcomed. So let’s all make an effort to try to not stir up pets and those sleeping soundly in the comforts of their beds.
- Wednesday – Royal Glenora Stairs
- Friday – Walterdale Hill
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