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Why kids are in better shape than adults

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When was the last time that you actually exercised for fun?   Not, you planned to go out for a nice run later, but you actually just started exercising for the fun of it, you just fancied a run-around, like you just wanted to burn off some energy. If you’re like most of the population, then it’s probably been a …

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Instructor Spotlight- Sarah Plater, Bicester

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Sarah is our instructor in Bicester, Oxfordshire. She’s been running sessions for a few months now and has had an incredible turn out to her sessions. So what better thing to do than congratulate her and for her to share her advice on how she did it! Why did you get into the Fitness Industry and what were you doing …

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20 Reasons to become a Rabble instructor

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Whether you’re looking to chase your passion or pocket some cash, there’s plenty of reasons to be an instructor for Rabble…     1. Rabble is super fun, we run fitness classes that are games from beginning to end and our players exercise without realising it!   2. It’s a unique form of fitness, it’s very different to other fitness …

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Building communities through Rabble sessions

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Looking to work-out in novel way and still have fun? There’s more options than ever, as group exercise quickly gains popularity in the UK. Group exercise classes are now more easily accessible and cater to all fitness goals and interests. The classes experienced high growth within the last year, with 1.1 million additional participants taking part in group exercise, according …

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Ways to meet people in a new city

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Where would we be without friends?   So you’ve moved to a new city, and you’re looking to meet people because the city is a scary place. It’s easier than you think to make some friends, all you need is a little bit of confidence and faith. Maybe a few quid too! It’s a scary thought to be completely in …

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Why don’t 80% of adults meet the minimum exercise guidelines?

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It’s shocking that 4/5 of adults in the UK and the US do not meet the National Minimum guidelines for exercise of 150 mins of aerobic exercise per week. Exercise for many people is a chore. It’s on the new year’s resolution list, a form of punishment for over-indulging and thus, for the most, a very low priority except for …

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Top 5 forms of exercise for your mental health

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It’s undisputed that exercise is good for mental health, to the extent that it’s been shown in some cases to be more effective than medication or other forms of treatment. But like all medication, of course there’s a hierarchy. Some types are better than others and it’s possible to overdose. So here’s a rundown of the best forms of exercise …

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2017 Round up

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January – We celebrated Rabble’s 3rd birthday by getting custard pied! And Ciaran & Dean got engaged! February  – Rabble valentines day involved some kiss chase. We made some mega waves at the Rabble pool party. Manchester played Chester in a mudbath and we kicked off classes in Chorlton park.   March – Ali kicked off our first Scottish class …

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Virtual Instructors. Should we be worried?

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Virtual Instructors & The Future of Fitness. Should instructors be worried?   Increasingly group exercise classes are being run by virtual instructors. There’s varying level of uptake with some operators committing to only using virtual replacements in the off peak periods, whilst others are almost completely replacing their instructor base. Reasoning behind the shift also varies from the honest – …