Transcript for Workout Party: Inside the November Project
It is wild out here. Jesse has been working hard. We are live streaming. Workouts in Chicago, D.C., the guys at brogan and bojan, inside the free grass roots fitness movement taking over the world and has already taken over times square. Welcome you guys. Thanks for bringing your awesome energy. Thanks for having me. This started as an online social media thing. Why has it gotten so big so fast? We're bringing back adult recess. We demand people show up on time and start no matter rain or shine and make people be kind to each other and work their butt off whether 95 or 15. We're looking for 100%. You're making wake up at 6:30 in the morning, rain or shine and working out. What do you have to say to people that just want to hit the snooze button. Find account abiliibuddy. It's so much easier to say, Jesse, I'll see you on the corner. We'll go and run around the block. Run around the river. I'll be there. If you wake up and that alarm is by yourself. You're not going to get up. I like the word. You have coined a new word. Talk about free a lot as in free as in equipment is free. You make your own gear. That's right. Why live in a city that's a playground. Just show up. Bring some nice outdoor gear and if you earn your spray paint that's kind of your show that you're a part of the tribe. "The November project" spray paint across your chest and that's all you need. How do you earn -- a certain number of times. Just like recruiting. We say just show up. If you make it through one workout. A party. Exactly. You said a second ago you make the city your playground. It's your gym. Give us an example how you do that? We'll do an exercise named bojan and you're just going to crawl under and then you're going to jump over. It's a crawl and jump. Crawl under. And jump over. Try this after the show. Do not try this at home. And what's the thing -- I got it. Everybody here has been hugging. Why the big hugs? You know, we feel like these days people are really dialed into their smartphones and in big beautiful cities like new York and not paying enough attention to each other and human contact matters. Eye contact matters and feel like even the coolest cities can afford to be more friendly instead of shaking happens we come in for hugs. Here we go. Free hug. Everybody, hugging around the
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