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A local gym as introduced a new policy to make men who’ve grown up in Betoota over the past couple of decades with relatively little violence in their lives feel tough.
The inner-city gym that charges $80 a week thinks they’ve found a way to at least make blokes feel like they could land a couple of punches in a street fight, should they ever find themselves in one.
Club Manager, Stefano Alfonze, explained to The Advocate that even though their members are weak soft blokes, he likes to at least make them feel like they’re tough by blasting rap and trap music during their group workout classes.
“You should see the swagger they walk out with, they strut around like they’re Connor McGregor or someone”
“In reality, I reckon they couldn’t fight their way out of a wet paper bag”
“But whatever helps them get through their cushy little jobs and keep them coming back through our door”
It’s believed Stefano’s go-to tracks are Kendrick Lamar’s older tracks from his Good Kid M.A.A.D City and Section 80, because his new stuff is a little poetic for the H.I.I.T classes he puts on for them.
More to come.