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

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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?

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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. …

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The Philosophy Behind Rabble

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Rabble is bored of boring exercise. We play games, ridiculous kids games. They are super social and different every time. But there’s a lot behind this philosophy that has been carefully designed to accumulate many benefits beyond enjoying the moment. Rabble is actually seriously good for your health. Fun – Rabble is fun. This is important. Life is difficult enough …

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Ways to improve your wellbeing in the winter

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Let’s face it, the winter blues suck! There’s no doubt about it, come January the winter months just seem to draaag on. You know it, we know it, hey, even the cat knows it. Longing for summer seems to result in more hours spent on the sofa, but while it might be nice to stay cosy indoors, moping around will …

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Why the fitness industry sucks at building communities

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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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Virtual Instructors & The Future of Fitness – Should instructors 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 – …

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Why I founded Rabble

In Rabble Principles by Charlotte

Exercise was something that I always enjoyed. It was just playing with friends at break time, after school and at the weekends. Then things got serious, training as an elite athlete there was always a performance goal to be met, every session was always pushing your body to its limit to find any small improvement. I began to stop looking …

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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 repetitive exercise is a waste of energy and time

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Exercising for the sake of exercising? Why do we do this? It’s weird and it’s certainly not cool. We all know that for the majority of adult exercising is for aesthetics not health. And that’s what the fitness industry frequently propagates. I bet our neanderthal ancestors weren’t fretting about their post work spin session or the size of their arms. …