Personal trainer get trolled after advertising his 'jungle gym' on Bondi Beach for $160 a month –

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Personal trainer advertises his edgy stone ‘jungle gym’ on Bondi Beach for $99 a week before locals slam his creation: ‘It’s straight out of the Flintstones’

  • A personal trainer received backlash after advertising his fitness classes
  • The man plugged his ‘jungle gym’ workouts on Bondi Beach in a Facebook post
  • Attendees use equipment made from wood and stone and pay up to $99 a week
  • His post was met with a barrage of negative comments from Bondi locals 
  • Many mocked the idea while others questioned whether it was council approved


Territorial Bondi locals have unleashed on a personal trainer who advertised his unique ‘jungle gym’ beach classes on a community Facebook page likening them to the Flintstones and slamming the monthly fee. 

The quirky fitness classes use equipment made from natural materials like stone and wood and are set to start on Monday February 14 on the sands of Bondi Beach with attendees paying $40 per session or up to $99 a week.

‘Bondi Jungle Fit is the new group class coming to Bondi Beach. It’s the only jungle group class in Australia that lets you train in nature with nature! Everything is made of stone, wood and bamboo!,’ the fitness trainer wrote in a post to Bondi Local Loop Facebook group.

Locals on Facebook have unleashed on a personal trainer after he advertised his unusual fitness classes using equipment made from stone and wood set to start on the sands of Bondi Beach this month

Locals on Facebook have unleashed on a personal trainer after he advertised his unusual fitness classes using equipment made from stone and wood set to start on the sands of Bondi Beach this month

In a post to popular Facebook group, Bondi Local Loop, the man plugged his quirky classes but locals mercilessly trolled him and likened the workout to the Flintstones

In a post to popular Facebook group, Bondi Local Loop, the man plugged his quirky classes but locals mercilessly trolled him and likened the workout to the Flintstones

‘Man and I thought Thailand was done over by tourists, Bondi is dead to me, has been for a while. So sad,’ one person wrote. 

‘You’re kidding aren’t ya mate,’ a second simply commented with a series of laughing emojis. 

‘People in Bondi don’t know what else to do to get attention,’ said a third.  

'People in Bondi don't know what else to do to get attention,' one person responded

‘People in Bondi don’t know what else to do to get attention,’ one person responded 

Some questioned whether the council approved the classes taking place on the beach while others mocked the idea.

One user quipped,'Inmates have similar gyms and even a free lunch'

Some questioned whether the council approved the classes taking place on the beach while others mocked the idea with quips including ‘Inmates have similar gyms and even a free lunch’

Some questioned whether the council approved the classes taking place on the beach while others mocked the idea.  

‘Inmates have similar gyms and even a free lunch,’ one person quipped. 

‘Why’s it called jungle when it’s at the beach?’ queried a second. 

‘Can I pay in nature?’ a third joked. 

Not all the responses were negative with some users praising the concept for getting people ‘out in nature’.

Another likened the equipment to the Flintstones but called the classes ‘epic’.

‘Great Tulum jungle gym vibes!’ said one local.  

The personal trainer eventually responded to the barrage of cruel comments but the trolling didn't stop with one personal likening the ordeal to the notorious Amalfi Beach Cub controversy

The personal trainer eventually responded to the barrage of cruel comments but the trolling didn’t stop with one personal likening the ordeal to the notorious Amalfi Beach Cub controversy

The personal trainer eventually responded to the barrage of cruel comments. 

‘Everyone speaking negatively please take it somewhere else. See it first then if you must, judge it accordingly,’ he wrote. 

‘We wouldn’t be promoting something that we didn’t have permits for. It’s not a gym, it’s group classes/personal training!’ 

Despite the man’s best efforts the trolling didn’t stop with one personal likening the ordeal to the notorious Amalfi Beach Cub controversy when an entrepreneur who wanted to open a European-style club on Bondi Beach received major backlash and even death threats for the proposal. 

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