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November project, the book : inside the free, grassroots fitness movement that's taking over the world /

November project, the book : inside the free, grassroots fitness movement that's taking over the world /
Book
Graham, Brogan,
Copies: 7; Reserves: 0

The originators of the "November Project" trace the story of their movement's rise from a pact between two former college oarsmen to the driving force behind a national outdoor lifestyle dedicated to health and societal engagement.
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Call NumberBranchStatusVolume
613.7 Graham DR In at DR (Deer Run)
613.7 Graham KL In at KL (Kathryn Linnemann)
613.7 Graham KR In at KR (Kisker Road)
613.7 Graham KR In at KR (Kisker Road)
CH Fitness 613.7 Graham MK In at MK (Middendorf-Kredell)
613.7 Graham SP In at SP (Spencer Road)
613.7 Graham SP In at SP (Spencer Road)


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Control No. 1232705
LCCN 2016011186
ISBN 9781623366292 -- paperback
ISBN 1623366291 -- paperback
Author Graham Brogan
Title November project, the book : -- inside the free, grassroots fitness movement that's taking over the world / -- Brogan Graham & Bojan Mandaric with Caleb Daniloff.
Varying Title Inside the free, grassroots fitness movement that's taking over the world
Physical Description xxviii, 225 pages : -- illustrations ; -- 24 cm
Series Title Ask Alison recommended
Formatted Contents Note The mothership: The newbies -- Bojan the Serbian -- #Dinopoolparty -- Growing up Graham -- "This is where everything changed for me" ; #Worldtakeover: #Fastassam #Halfascool -- How to change the world in 4 easy steps -- #Npsummit3.0: Leadership.
Summary "November Project: The Book is the story of how two irreverent, way-outside-the-box fitness fanatics are flipping the fitness industry on its head and literally making the world a better place, one city at a time. No facility. No machines. Just two dudes and a tribe of thousands. Welcome to November Project's world takeover. What started 4 years ago as a simple monthlong workout pact between two former Northeastern University oarsmen in Boston has grown into an international fitness phenomenon. November Project espouses free, public, all-weather, outdoor group sweats that turn strangers into friends and connect everyone to the city in which they live. It's been described as everything from flashmob fitness to "the fight club of running clubs" and a cult. But November Project prides itself on defying categories. In November Project: The Book, Brogan Graham (a.k.a. BG) and Bojan Mandaric, in their own spicy, big-hearted words, chronicle, along with tribe member and writer Caleb Daniloff, their fitness movement's genesis, evolution, operations, membership, "secret sauce," and future; and along the way, show you how you can get fit and societally engaged. The book also includes illustrated workouts; the keys to meaningful civic engagement; information on using your city as a gym; advice on starting an NP tribe; tips on growing, sustaining, and invigorating membership through social media; and thoughts on the collective power of community"-- -- Provided by publisher.
Subject Physical fitness
Subject Exercise
Subject Self care Health
Alternate Author Mandaric Bojan
Alternate Author Daniloff Caleb




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Annotation 1 The originators of the "November Project" trace the story of their movement's rise from a pact between two former college oarsmen to the driving force behind a national outdoor lifestyle dedicated to health and societal engagement.

Annotation 2 The originators of November Project trace the story of their movement's rise from a month-long pact between two former Northeastern University oarsmen to the driving force behind a national outdoor lifestyle dedicated to health and societal engagement. Original.

Annotation 3 "November Project: The Book is the story of how two irreverent, way-outside-the-box fitness fanatics are flipping the fitness industry on its head and literally making the world a better place, one city at a time. No facility. No machines. Just two dudesand a tribe of thousands. Welcome to November Project's world takeover. What started 4 years ago as a simple monthlong workout pact between two former Northeastern University oarsmen in Boston has grown into an international fitness phenomenon. November Project espouses free, public, all-weather, outdoor group sweats that turn strangers into friends and connect everyone to the city in which they live. It's been described as everything from flashmob fitness to "the fight club of running clubs" and a cult.But November Project prides itself on defying categories. In November Project: The Book, Brogan Graham (a.k.a. BG) and Bojan Mandaric, in their own spicy, big-hearted words, chronicle, along with tribe member and writer Caleb Daniloff, their fitness movement's genesis, evolution, operations, membership, "secret sauce," and future; and along the way, show you how you can get fit and societally engaged. The book also includes illustrated workouts; the keys to meaningful civic engagement; information on using your city as a gym; advice on starting an NP tribe; tips on growing, sustaining, and invigorating membership through social media; and thoughts on the collective power of community"--

Annotation 4 November Project: The Book is the story of how two irreverent, way-outside-the-box fitness fanatics are flipping the fitness industry on its head and literally making the world a better place, one city at a time. No facility. No machines. Just two dudes and a tribe of thousands. Welcome to November Project’s world takeover.

What started 4 years ago as a simple monthlong workout pact between two former Northeastern University oarsmen in Boston has grown into an international fitness phenomenon. November Project espouses free, public, all-weather, outdoor group sweats that turn strangers into friends and connect everyone to the city in which they live. It’s been described as everything from flashmob fitness to “the fight club of running clubs” and a cult. But November Project prides itself on defying categories.

In November Project: The Book, Brogan Graham (a.k.a. BG) and Bojan Mandaric, in their own spicy, big-hearted words, chronicle, along with tribe member and writer Caleb Daniloff, their fitness movement’s genesis, evolution, operations, membership, “secret sauce,” and future—and along the way, show you how you can get fit and societally engaged. The book also includes illustrated workouts; the keys to meaningful civic engagement; information on using your city as a gym; advice on starting an NP tribe; tips on growing, sustaining, and invigorating membership through social media; and thoughts on the collective power of community.

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Brogan Graham and Bojan Mandaric formed a brotherly bond on the Northeastern University crew team. Through their continued passion for fitness, this high-spirited duo have tapped into today’s ever-increasing need for human connection in the face of rampant technology, declining public health, and global instability. Graham lives in San Diego and Mandaric lives in Boston.

Caleb Daniloff is a contributing editor to Runner’s World magazine and the author of Running Ransom Road, a memoir. His work has appeared in numerous outlets, and he has received multiple awards, including a nomination for a Pushcart Prize.



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