INTRODUCING RAGE-ERCISE New fitness trend sweeping the UK sees women screaming and popping balloons bearing their angry words
Ladies also jump up and down on bubble wrap and pummel pillows with baseball bats in the Tantrum Club classes
BY JOSIE GRIFFITHS
IN a world where we are taught to restrain ourselves and hold our emotions in, it can be a bit of a relief to finally let it all out.
Introducing Tantrum Club, the rage-ercise workshops where women are encouraged to scream, shout and pummel their way to inner peace.
Club founder Adele Theron wanted to create a space for stressed mums and city workers to stop suppressing and really let go of all those negative emotions.
Clutching baseball bats carrying the ‘it’s tantrum time’ slogan and wearing goggles, the ladies prepare to lay into a pile of pillows as part of the self empowerment and anger management classes.
Female participants are also urged to yell as loudly as they can, jump up and down on rolls of bubble wrap, and write their ANGRIEST thoughts on balloons – before popping them.