Feltham, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/23/2016 -- Recent reports from a number of sporting bodies have highlighted rising success in getting people involved in more active lifestyles, following a number of high-profile campaigns and initiatives –especially involving activities which are, crucially, an exciting change from the norm. For example, 2.8 million women engaged in sporting recreations last year as part of the 'This Girl Can' campaign which was launched by Sport England. Furthermore, according to an independent study from experts at TNS BRMB, positive publicity of sport does have a significant effect on people taking part; it is thought campaigns such as Nike's 'Just Do It' and also the 'Get Into' initiatives launched by councils are prompting people to take up exciting activities especially. In 2016 interest and participation is therefore set to grow further, with an emphasis on exciting new methods – such as archery and airsoft.
There appears growing attitude to personal sporting activities as not just an opportunity to exercise, but a chance to be involved in something different. Continuing this positive trend are a number of businesses taking significant steps to provide quality equipment along with accessibility.
A prime example is Just BB Guns, and a spokesperson had this to say:
"These public campaigns and success in 2015 suggest more prospects for 2016. What has been particularly noticeable has been involvement in high-adrenaline activities as well as feeling part of a movement such as 'This Girl Can'. It's about breaking stereotypes towards sport and also gender; and airsoft is a great way to do this. With skirmishing venues opening up across the country, we are proud to offer equipment for such an engaging sport activity."
About Just BB Guns
Just BB Guns provide a number of airsoft and BB options including guns, ammunition and accessories. They have an extensive online selection.
For more information you can visit their website: www.justbbguns.co.uk
Just BB Guns UK
Company name: Just BB Guns
Contact person: Mark Watts
Address: Unit 6
Subfield Bus Park