A global fitness movement has come to Buffalo. The November Project, a fitness initiative initiated in Boston, is a way for people to come together to get in shape, without joining a club. The idea came about in November, as a way to get people out of the house and getting fit, even when the weather is cold. It’s a free public outdoor fitness group that meets in cities throughout the country. In Buffalo, teams of people show up at the stairs of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery every Wednesday from 6:10AM to 6:50AM.
Free fitness, free laughs, free hugs and high fives, free positive vibes to start your day!
It’s similar to a team building exercise, but instead of working with large corporations, the November Project works with everyone who wants to take part. Whether you’re looking to get in shape, meet new people who want to get healthy, or you’re simply looking for healthy encouragement and guidance, this inspirational fitness movement has it all. All you have to do is simply show up. Get your family to participate, or your coworkers, or a loved one. Once you’re there, all you have to do is follow the leaders, who plan the entire workout.
We are a fitness movement sweeping the world with bad-ass workouts and community building hugs that motivate you to get out of bed and get going. Oh, and its FREE. Anyone and everyone Welcome. No registration just show up.
The next meet-up is Summer Solstice at The Knox (see Facebook event)
6:10AM-6:50AM | Every Wednesday | Albright Knox Art Gallery | Stairs
Find the November Project Buffalo on Facebook