Grab your trainers, throw on a vest and head outdoors with Rabble www.joinrabble.com – the best way to have fun, get fit and reboot your social life. Based on traditional playground games like Dodgeball and Capture the Flag, these mixed group sessions are suitable for every level of fitness but still satisfy the demands of even the most extreme athletes.
In 2019 you can wave goodbye to tedious, isolated gym sessions – with Rabble the focus is firmly on having fun which is proven to be 70%* more beneficial than any other factor in developing lasting habits which result in sustained fitness.
Rabble was created by elite triathlete Charlotte Roach when her career was ended by a near fatal cycling accident. She has since turned disaster in to an opportunity by taking exercise back to basics and making work outs fun. Rabble sessions incorporate high intensity interval training (HIIT) within the rules of old school team games, giving players an all-round, effective workout, whilst also making sure everyone has a great time.
The games improve all round fitness really quickly. Sprinting for bases, hurdling dodge balls and catching vortexes for example, all lead to increased speed, agility, coordination, strength and endurance. Players will burn up to 1000 calories and cover up to 8k in one game, but most are too busy having fun to count.
For most players this isn’t just about improving fitness – choosing Rabble is a great way to meet new friends, socialise and have fun without the pressures of a traditional fitness environment.
Charlotte says, “We know that we have a huge problem as a nation, not just in terms of our physical wellbeing, but also our happiness and peace of mind – obesity and mental health cost the UK £40bn and £70bn respectively*. Research proves that if you exercise with likeminded individuals and feel part of a group then you’re more likely to stay the course and our players turn up on average six times a month.
“Our success speaks for itself, we’re currently training 80 instructors a month and on track to be training 400 a month by the end of 2019. We’ve rolled out sessions in 30 cities so far and expect to have 750 sites across the country by the end of 2019”.
Recent research conducted by Loughborough University found that over 99% of participants enjoyed Rabble sessions with 94% reporting improved physical health. Vitally Rabble also provided the catalyst for three quarters of participants to also increase their overall levels of exercise.
Rabble has not only been transforming for players but has also provided a new accessible career opportunity. The ability to affordably license the Rabble concept, coupled with the unique training programme, suits personal trainers, PE teachers and back to work parents who want to create a lifestyle business or just add to their income potential. It mirrors the growth in the new gig economy which is growing at three times the rate of the traditional work force and is expected to exceed conventional employment by 2027.*
Sign up to join the Rabble movement now – find a local session at www.joinrabble.com