Alison Gutierrez Nunez – [email protected]
The exercise model is not only physical, but also mental, behind a trend already popular in other countries, and still new in Colombia. These are “wrath rooms” or “Rooms of RageRecreation rooms are equipped so that people can de-stress by breaking a number of things safely.
And since stress is an almost natural human emotion, and it is precisely for this need to confront it, the goal is to cover these anger chambers that are already operating in various places in the United States, Spain, Canada, Mexico, Chile or Chile. .
To do this, the first thing to know is that in these spaces, what you are looking for is that everything can be done: from throwing bottles to the wall, hitting a punching bag or even destroying all sorts of things with bats. Given this, they should be safe and controlled places.
If it catches your eye, you should start by making a budget and supplies for setting one up (see graphic).
Easily, with the most appropriate adaptation, you can have anger room even in the same place where you play sports, or in some small room that is no longer of any great use.
The primary safety of people taking advantage of the plan is behind helmets, masks, or goggles, as well as trial supplies such as punch bags, bats or gadgets, which could mean an initial investment of more than $ 4 million.
And that is behind these scenarios, in other countries there is usually a business that sells on average between $90K and $1M, all depending on how long the items to break and if you want to add an attribute like that, on For example, the room pretends to be an office or a kitchen or is decorated as if it were Christmas.
This disruptive business model can range from a private entertainment venue to a corporate service. In Mexico, for example, those who have these venues have already bypassed other areas such as mobile rage rooms at music festivals, group events, and corporate parties. But then, breaking something can help you combat stress at work or for any other reason without hurting anyone.
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