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UPDATE: Headline investor is joining Rabble

In Company Updates, Industry, Other by Nina

We are delighted to announce that the founder of The Gym Group, John Treharne, is joining the company as an investor. John, a former England squash player, founded The Gym Group in 2008. He grew it from a single site in Hounslow to 169 gyms across the UK with over 800,000 members, gaining recognition as one of the fastest growing …

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2018: Rabble’s Best Year!

In Rabble Principles by Desiree LucianiLeave a Comment

Hey everyone, Charlotte here! 2018 was an amazing year for Rabble. We rocketed from our humble 4 instructors in March to over 120 licensees across the country and played over 3000 sessions. I’m truly grateful after looking back at all the fun we’ve this year, especially because all of this couldn’t have been done without you – our community. As …

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International Women’s Day Highlight: Charlotte Roach

In Rabble Principles by Desiree LucianiLeave a Comment

Rabble founder Charlotte Roach has gone through many trials and tribulations both throughout her athletic career and new exercise business calling. Today’s special spotlight is on her history, experience and advice for aspiring women athletes and entrepreneurs all over the world. Tell us a little about yourself! Hi, I’m Charlotte and I’m the founder and CEO of Rabble. I am …

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5 ways to stay energised from morning to lunch

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“Just like houseplants need water, our energy reserves need regular replenishing,” says psychologist Michelle Segar, PhD, associate director of the Sport, Health, and Activity Research and Policy Center for Women and Girls at the University of Michigan. To the rescue: strategies that will keep you humming along—and, happily, don’t take much effort.   1. Let there be light “Artificial or …

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MEET: Tracey Jones – 47 years young!

In Instructor Stories by Charlotte2 Comments

Who are you? My name is Tracey Jones, and I’m the Instructor at Rabble Calne! In 2014 I decided that I need to do something about my ever-increasing weight. I embarked on a low-calorie diet and after six months I had lost 6.5 stone. My weight loss made me think about my career, leading to me resigning from my job …

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6 reasons why team games make you more attractive

In Other by CharlotteLeave a Comment

It’s been music to our ears with the rapid approach to Valentine’s day that playing team games makes us more attractive. A Canadian study showed those who played a team sport over an individual pursuit were rated as more attractive. There are numerous mental, physical and social benefits to playing a team sport and strong evidence that it can also …

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Five fun and active things to keep fit this winter

In Rabble Principles by Desiree Luciani

Cold, dark mornings and colder, darker nights often mean leaving the comfort of your duvet/sofa is a struggle. If this sounds like you, you’re not alone. Many of us struggle to keep active during the winter months. Only the craziest of fools would brave the elements to pound the pavements or have a knock up on the outdoor tennis courts …

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Why its never too late to follow your passion to become a fitness instructor

In Industry by Desiree LucianiLeave a Comment

Think it’s too late to follow your dream of becoming a fitness instructor? Think again… First up, if you’re passionate about something, you’re already halfway there! Many of us muddle through for years on end being unsure about where our passions truly lie, so figuring out what you love is half the battle – congrats! The next concern for many …

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How many minutes of exercise do you need a week?

In Industry by Charlotte3 Comments

Can you believe that four in five adults in the UK and US do NOT meet the National Minimum guidelines for exercise? Those guidelines indicate that we do 150 mins of aerobic exercise per week, which isn’t that much when you think about it. So why don’t most of us meet those guidelines? Because for many exercise is a chore. …