November is BUSY!

We’re aware that there seem to be 5 billionkajillionmillion announcements going on each week and so we’re streamlining the blogs a bit to keep it all a little more concise.

Adios Beachtober, HELLLLLOOOOOO HILLVEMBER!

Is anyone else excited for a month of hills? Have you already joined the Strava climbing challenge for the month? Are you ready to #runsteepgethigh? Good, because Friday kicks off Hillvember 2.0 and we’re crushing an all new hill!!

November is also the month when we typically encourage one another to be grateful. It begins our “holiday season”, and people tend to be happier and nicer to one another. LA, along with many large cities, has an increasing problem with homelessness. It came to my attention that one of the biggest needs for the homeless are socks. Which is why we will be collecting socks all month, and will be donating to local shelters. If you have the means, please join us in some Do Good, LA work and consider donating some socks. 

All new blog, same old announcements:

SWCC is THIS 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

SOCIAL MEDIA (more importantly Instagram) – Yes, we do in fact have an Instagram Account and upload some nifty stories AND announce workouts here too.

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: In honor of this weekend’s coming awesomeness – Joshua tree, also known as yucca palm, is an evergreen plant that belongs to the lily family. There are 3 subspecies of Joshua tree that can be found only in Mojave Desert. Joshua tree inhabits desert plains, slopes, ridges and flat-topped hills on the altitude between 1.300 to 5.900 feet. Joshua tree is numerous in the wild, but scientists estimate that future climate changes may negatively impact survival of this plant. Cutting and destroying of Joshua tree is prohibited by law.

Do Good, LA!

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