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RABBLE SKI TRIP 2017

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This winter Rabble officially hosted it’s first ever group ski trip. With over 30 people going together it was one of Rabble’s best events to date, and a great way to make new friends. I was one of the only non-London Rabblers going, along with Vijay from Cambridge.   After arriving at Gatwick airport at 4am (on the day the …

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Finsbury Park awards

In Member stories by Charlotte0 Comments

It’s said that Finsbury park is one of our friendliest locations in London, which is a great credit to our instructor Steve who was a former Rabble player turned instructor. Steve is meticulous in his session plans and has done a great job of building the community in Finsbury park. Finsbury park very much the underdogs recently beat Clapham at home, …

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WHICH GAME SHOULD I GO TO?

In Rabble news, Rabble Principles by Charlotte0 Comments

Which game should I go to? We have a lot of games on our website and those are just the main games, when you add in the other games there’s a lot to get your head around. Should it be Storm the Castle or The Hunger Games and what do they even involve?   What are the games? What will …

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RABBLER OF THE YEAR, HER JOURNEY.

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If you ever meet Phoebe on the pitch you will probably notice her flash past you in a burst of speed, as she effortlessly tags you and continues – no sweat. She is a pocket dynamo, she can just keep going. What you see is a result of two years of play, Phoebe’s progression has been striking and a real …

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THE LONDON LEAGUE

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This week sees the Rabble London League kicking off in earnest. Five locations will battle it out this summer to compete for the Rabble London team champion. Each team will play each other at home and away. First up this Thursday will be Finsbury Square vs Kings Cross at home.   Teams are able to borrow players from another team if …

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Chester vs Manchester – the review!

In Member stories, Rabble news by Charlotte0 Comments

Chester vs. Manchester: a Manchester perspective The most recent Manchester vs Chester game began the way most of Manchester’s away games begin: a convoy of cars arriving to the park, mostly on-time. Chester gave us some blue bibs – a luxury not only in the colour (we typically sport orange and green) but also in how delightfully clean they smelled …

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RABBLE POOL PARTY!

In Rabble news, Rabble Principles by Charlotte0 Comments

Rabble pool party, a whale of a time!   It was sometime last year that I had the idea of playing in the pool. Nothing fun happens in the pool as an adult. You swim up and down or you join aqua aerobics. Neither of which light a fire of excitement inside me.   But I remembered times long ago …

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WILL I BE LEFT ON THE SIDELINES?

In Rabble news, Rabble Principles by Charlotte0 Comments

Finding a new hobby is like dating, you have to find one that matches your needs. You might have to try a few before you find one you like. And when you find one you really like nothing gets in the way of it, not time, distance, price. You must get your fix. If it’s the right activity it can …

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6 REASONS WHY TEAM GAMES MAKE YOU MORE ATTRACTIVE

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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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My name is Sheryl Hill and I’m obese.

In Member stories, Rabble news by Charlotte0 Comments

Had anxieties before coming along to a Rabble? Most people do, it’s super scary showing up to your first group based workout. With so many uncertainties joining a new group, what are we going to do? Are you good enough? Is everyone going to be friendly? It takes some bravery to show up. But imagine if all your group exercise experience …