A group that started in Boston by elite rowers who challenged themselves to early morning workouts every day in November. They started announcing on social media where they were going to be and people showed up in huge crowds to get a workout led by professional athletes. The grassroots movement carried on way past November and "tribe members" (as they call themselves) brought the November Project concept to other cities across the United States.

When Edmonton Oilers captain Andrew Ference moved to Edmonton, he started the first November Project tribe in Canada. When he is in town, he's there to lead the exercises and high five you as you power through the outdoor challenges. Our northern climate adds the extra element of winter temperatures, but if you power through the workouts in winter's coldest month, they give you a badge to prove how much of a warrior you truly are.

Anyone can join, just show up! November Project encourages people of all ages, shapes, sizes, and fitness levels to get out of bed and join the tribe.

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