I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the siting of a lunar eclipse than to feed the November Project Minneapolis tribe #HillsforBreakfast. The morning began with a circular human chair exercise that took the entire tribe’s cooperation, and hey, it worked on the first try! Talk about community. Tribe leader Ben then got a good bounce going and a warm up was done running to the bottom of the lovely hill we use for the #Sixer workout. Tribe members discussed there favorite pet of all time on the way down with someone they hadn’t met yet. We arrived at the bottom of the hill; it stared at us tauntingly, as if it we daring us to try and reach its summit. Lone behold, the tribe completed the summit of the hill 6 times. 5 minutes was put on the clock and members charged the hill and ran back down, then did a rotation of box jumps, flutter kicks, and push ups until with the remaining time. The next repetition was started until all 6 were completed. #SweatyHugs were given out and a hike was made back to the stairs behind the Guthrie that we meet on in the morning. A few group photos were taken and the positivity award was given out from last week’s recipients. Tribe member Cyndi Hovey received the award this week and I think everyone knows why.. (she’s the only one not sitting in the photo below).
Great job today Minneapolis! Let’s continue to grow!Share via socials: