A new type of fitness session, “Rabble with Kes”, which started in September has been growing in popularity with Kings Langley residents.
Rabble leader, Kerry Pearson, known as Kes, featured in our September issue and is a mum on a mission trying to make exercising more fun and sociable with her classes.
Kes now has 20 regulars who attend the session every week.
The one hour sessions consist of a variety of team games such as dodgeball, capture the flag, a fun twist on the traditional game tag and many more.
Kes has been delighted with the turnout in recent weeks after admitting that her sessions started with just two of her friends chasing yoga balls under floodlights.
She said: “The first session in September started with two of my friends chasing yoga balls on Primrose Hill Playing Field. Now I have 20 regulars who leave with a smile on their face.
“The social element of the club is important, as it is a proven fact that people are more committed to exercising when with friends.”
Kes is settling into a new indoor venue at the Rudolf Steiner School on Thursday evenings.
Due to the success, the club is looking to launch a daytime session aimed at mums looking for a different type of exercise, at Watford Woodside Leisure Centre on Friday mornings.
New members are always welcome, for more information you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their Facebook page, @rabblewithkes.