We’re Proud of You [+ a note on our move!] (SF)

Today we celebrated the last week of Pride month with a special Pride workout led by our core member, Jide. We loved seeing your rainbow tags fly up those stairs and watching you look each other in the eye to say “I’m proud of you”. Make sure you thank Jide for making it happen, we’re sure your quads will be thanking him tomorrow.

We wanted to add a quick note on the move to Dolores Park, since we’ve been getting a lot of questions. November Project is meant to be for anyone who wants to get fit, meet great people, and discover an awesome, supportive community. We’ve been thinking about how we can be better at making NP more accessible to and inclusive of people from different backgrounds, neighborhoods, ages, races, and fitness levels. One thing we realized (with feedback from the tribe) is that our workout locations were not very conducive to that. While we love the views and versatility of Fort Mason as much as you do, Dolores Park is also iconic, gives us a chance to shake things up, is closer to more neighborhoods, and is accessible via Bart. This will give people who haven’t yet come to a workout a chance to check us out and see what we’re about.

So find all those friends/co-worker/family members that haven’t come to a workout yet because of the location. Tell them the good news and bring them! Yolo’ing in Dolo this weekend? Meet a stranger and tell them to #justshowup Monday morning! Our first workout in a new location doesn’t happen every day, show up on Monday to see what we have in store for you!

Before we get ahead of ourselves, Friday hills will be at Corona Heights Park. Meet at the flat part by the peek. Here’s a pin that took me 10 minutes to find using the street view before I realized I could’ve just used satellite https://goo.gl/maps/3mPeBtVfBHC2. Tech is hard. Happy Hump Day!

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