The group draws athletes, runners and cyclists as well as workout newbies and the gatherings are as much about fitness as camaraderie and positivity.
Each workout begins with a group bounce and chant followed by hugs. The workouts are a combination of plyometrics, functional movements and paired exercises that are accessible to a range of fitness levels.
November Project Atlanta was launched by Christian Lopez who began working out in Piedmont Park with a handful of followers. Through social media exposure, the group tripled in size growing to four tribe leaders and about 70 tribe members that regularly attend workouts.
November Project workouts around the globe take place rain or shine, making it an easy option for some members who need to know that no matter what, there is a workout happening. As Atlanta tribe leader Alexa Lampasona says, " just show up."