#GlobalRunningDay – 175 Strong! (ATL)

You guys…. WE DID IT!

Through a collaboration with 3 of Atlanta running community’s top ambassadors, we rang in #GlobalRunningDay with more than 175 people!

First, we have to thank our partners for this event because we couldn’t have done it without them! Thanks to your strong communities in Atlanta – Atlanta Track Club and Big Peach Running Co.! Also, we had a huge group from Back on my Feet Atlanta come out. We are so stoked and can’t wait for future collaborations!

This is what November Project is all about – working together and building a community centered around FREE fitness that is inclusive for everyone, all ages, all fitness levels. For #GlobalRunningDay it seemed like a no brainer to do a staple NP Sunrise 6k. 

Big Peach, the experts at hosting races in ATL, planned a 6k route around Georgia Tech. 6k=3.72 miles. WHY? Because why do people run 5ks? You know NP likes to be different. As the Sunrise 6k can sometimes be a competition, all who recorded the route on Strava will see their time –> https://www.strava.com/routes/13286724.

Thanks to the incredible pull of Atlanta Track Club spreading the word, the run even got a shout-out in Runner’s World!

The bounce was EPIC… we didn’t bother that we would potentially wake up people at 6am. (You live in the city, and this is one day a year!) After that, the group took off for their run (we were so big we had to go off in WAVES like a race. #goals)

As everyone finished, we brought them in with the cheer tunnel!

The day ended with a presentation of the Positivity Award to someone who’s life has changed through November Project… Stein Esser. We’ll get him to write up a blog post so he can shine in the spotlight… he’s a pretty hilarious guy!

See all the photos from the morning here.


June is BIG for November Project ATL!

How big? So many events we needed another blog to talk about them.

Number one goal: Break 100! We did it for Global Running Day, let’s do it again! 

In addition to our regular Wednesday and Friday workouts (always 6:27am) see below for special workouts and events!

Find all our workouts here.

Friday June 8

Grady Stadiums with DJ Rob Sessions | 6:27 AM | Grady High Stadium

Who else can say they ran stadiums and got in a hardcore workout WITH a DJ spinning beats… at 6:27 am? US in ATL.

Sunday June 10

Atlanta Streets Alive  | 4-8 PM 

We’re an activity partner so we’ll be out hosting fun pop-up workouts all evening long! Check out the Interactive Map (may be live Thursday 6/7) to find out where we are! Somewhere by Centennial Park.

Wednesday June 20

Hillpine Hill Runs | 6:27 AM | Meet at Orpheus Brewing

DIFFERENT WORKOUT LOCATION! We’re running Hillpine, a steep hill in Morningside neighborhood of ATL. We’ll meet near Orpheus brewing at our regular time. Here’s the meeting spot.

Saturday June 23

Bike. Run. Hike. Paddle. at Stone Mountain | 9 AM | Stone Mountain Park

Bike 20 miles to Stone Mountain. Trail run 5 miles around the mountain. Hike 1 mile up and down the mountain. SUP on the lake. You pick – do it all or just do one activity! We’re partnering with Big Peach Running and Mountain High Outfitters for a fun day in the sun! If you’re biking, they will be leaving from Old Fourth Ward around 9 AM. Runners can meet at Stone Mountain starting at 10:30 AM. RSVP via the Facebook link AND Big Peach’s website here.

Tuesday June 26

Queen of Cream Ice Cream Run with Highland Runners | 6 PM | Highland Runners

Running + Ice Cream = Good Times! We’re leading a pop-up workout at 6 PM before Highland Runner’s weekly Tuesday night run. Come join us for a HIIT workout that is geared toward runners. Then cool down with a 3 or 5 mile run and a bowl of ice cream!

Wednesday June 27

Yearbook Photos + PR Day | 6:27 AM | North Ave Bridge on the Beltline

This is ATL Tribe’s FIRST time doing Yearbook Photos and they are going to be good! Yearbook Photos are a really special time of year that we all #justshowup and get dope photos taken of ourselves and if you miss out you have severe FOMO. You have been warned. The theme: Sock Puppets. 

 

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