November Project began when two North­eastern men’s rowing alumni Brogan Graham and Bojan Man­daric decided to stay in shape during Boston’s bitter winter season.

They mutu­ally agreed to exer­cise three days a week all year long but needed a way to main­tain accountability.

In fall of 2011, Graham and Man­daric ini­ti­ated November Project, a grass­roots fit­ness move­ment that wel­comes all mem­bers of the public regard­less of age, size and phys­ical fit­ness level to par­tic­i­pate for free. Par­tic­i­pants just need to show up to the meeting place and be pre­pared to exercise.

Through word of mouth and social media, November Project has expanded to become active in 15 cities across North America with one of its newest chap­ters in Los Angeles.

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