There’s Now a Book About the November Project

It illustrates the group's path from grassroots movement to cultural phenomenon.

Curious about the November Project, but not quite willing to run stairs at 5:30 a.m.? You can now learn about it from the comfort of your couch.

November Project cofounders Brogan Graham and Bojan Mandaric, along with journalist Caleb Daniloff, published a book about the legendary grassroots fitness movement, aptly titled November Project: The Book.

The book details the November Project’s growth from a group founded by two men simply trying to stay fit during Boston winters, to a cultural phenomenon operating in 30 cities. It also includes Daniloff’s own experience with the November Project, the stories of many other members, workout tips, and advice for starting a “tribe” of your own.

“It really is more than this fitness group,” Daniloff told BU Today“People sometimes come who are super-cynical or depressed or alienated, and then you see them join and evolve over time.”

You can buy the book now—or, for the true experience, drag yourself to Harvard Stadium at the crack of dawn.