The November Project is a fitness movement that was started in Boston, Massachusetts, as a way to encourage all people to get active and support others in their quest for a healthy lifestyle. The movement has spread across North America and focuses on accountability, positive reinforcement and giving back to the community. One branch of the group offers free fitness classes in exchange for hugging every person in the class. This week on BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser asks people if they would be willing to hug a group of strangers for a free fitness class.
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