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“I never thought I would be as fit as I am today!”

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Rabble opened in Manchester at the end of August, one month later Shafiq stumbled upon the games in Didsbury Park. In his opening session he struggled to keep pace, but two months in and he hasn’t missed a game, we can certainly tell. ‘His improvement has been unbelievable, I’m really proud of him.’ said Kieran our Manchester instructor. Due to his …

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From Rabble to Games Maker

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Last month saw Josh Kingcott become a fully fledged Rabble instructor based up in Finsbury park. This comes one year after he moved to London from Canada and one year of him participating in Rabble games. Josh is a classic example of someone who put a lot in and got a lot out of Rabble. Impressive effort in games (already …

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Rabble of the Month – October

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Rabble Role model – Sam Boger Sam’s the silent assassin you hope will end up on your team. He will score plenty of points, win or lose with a smile on his face never taking himself nor the games to seriously. Have you ever heard him complain? He’s become an important part of the social crowd, valued highly for his kindness …

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Rabble of the Month – September

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Rabble Role model – Gavin Miller We met Gavin in way out west Fulham. It’s a pleasure to have him as part of the Rabble team. He’s understatedly hardworking and gives his all whilst being utterly supportive and respectful of others. He’s both an absolute pleasure to have on your team and to play against. We value him highly in …

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Rabble expands up North!

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Rabble was founded in London in January 2014 as simply an idea by Charlotte Roach and Rosemary Pringle, unsure whether anyone would be crazy enough to join them in playing themselves fit. The idea has grown quickly across London and last month they opened their first class outside the capital. This class was launched by Kieran who tells the story …

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The serious side to Rabble

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Why we’re not just not just fun and games. 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 – …

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Rabble games maker: Tamara Schai

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Tamara was our second rabble instructor on board. A bubbly, bouncy bright, aussie, Rabble would not be the same without her positive, carefree, hardworking happiness. Tam can often be seen running games in Hyde Park but also playing games elsewhere. She will definitely brighten your day, just make sure you don’t have to line up against her at Frisbee, shes …

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Rabble of the month – August

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Rabble Role Model: Oli Miller Oli turns up rain come shine and unfailingly gives it his all. Getting his head down in games, he fully commits and is always working hard for his team. Often found on his back after sessions as a demonstration of the effort he puts on the line, we love his grit and dedication, thanks Oli. …

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Rabble of the month – July

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Rabble Role Model(s): Ciaran and Dean We couldn’t be the ones to split them. Both wholly deserving of this title. Showing up week in, week out putting down the work and challenging other participants on the field to get round them. There dedicated attitude come rain or shine is always positive and laid back. It’s a pleasure to have them in the …

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Rabble of the month – June

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Rabble Role Model: Phoebe M We’ve seen huge fitness improvement in the months that Phoebe’s been attending Rabble. A Londoner Phoebe bravely came down alone in the cold dark nights last winter. No matter how challenging Phoebe found the games, she quietly committed herself to task, never complaining and kept working. You can now see her successfully stealing point from all …