NPSF: Downward Facing Instead of Racing

I’m a man of few words… and these few words are often rather incomprehensible. So today’s blog, yeah it’s going to be brief. These past few days, there was outpourings of love and tributes from tribes across the continent which have given so much strength and comfort to the Tribe here in San Francisco. This shit was amazing. Seeing tribe members from SD to Boston (and everywhere in between) at their respective workouts, turning those trucker hats backwards, grinning from ear to ear, and giving it their all at the workout. That was amazing. That is Samantha Dweck. Every week, I’m amazed more and more at the strength and support in this November Project community. Keep doing what you’re doing. You’re changing people’s lives. You’re changing the community around you!

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Dylan Ladds (@doosterfilm) made this unbelievable video of the Boston tribe at this morning’s Summit Avenue workout

#NP_Yoga was amazing this morning, and a great ease into the race weekend for our Kaiser Half Marathon runners. Lynn Noble was our instructor and she did a brilliant job. If you want to go to one of her classes check her out here: Yubalance on 24th and Treat in the Mission Tuesday/Thursday at 6:30pm and Sunday at 11am. Here is Lynn’s website website (www.noblelynn.com) and the studios (www.yubalance.com). Kudos to President of the Breakfast Club, Will Oberle, for taking us through the meditation and savasana.

Thanks to Shing (@shingwongphotography) and Ryan (@rscura) for helping out with the photos this morning. Much better than either of your coleaders butchering this beautiful opportunity for glorious photos (that dig is mainly targeted at myself and Dan). Check out Shing’s timelapse from this morning. More photos and an amazing Dooster video from Ryan to go up on Facebook later.

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Other events over the next few days:

Join the Tribe at the ‪#‎FastAsSam‬ Tribute run tomorrow. It will start at Alta Plaza Park at 10am, and there will be tagging in advance from 8.30am. All of the details are found at this event page. Big ups to Sunish O for putting this together.

This Sunday, we’re putting together the most amazing, fantastic, supportive, weird-as-shit, disruptive cheer section that the Kaiser Half Marathon was ever seen. Check out the event page. Throw on your #GrassrootsGear. Make your cheer posters. Bring your hollering voice. And backup voice (it’ll be needed). Meet at Great Highway & Judah at 8am. Excited!

Have a great weekend, you shower of mad ones!

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