In a terrifying event that sparked outrage on social media, a gym trainer at Gurugram posed a highly controversial challenge to a client, daring him to lift an incredible 210kg gym weight. The incident, which was caught on camera and widely shared online, sparked a heated debate about the limits of physical training and the ethics of trainers. Outraged netizens have flooded social media with comments expressing their concern and disapproval.
The general population reacted with shock, outrage and anxiety as the video circulated on numerous social media platforms. Many commenters criticized the gym coach’s negligent behavior, highlighting the possibility of serious injury or long-term damage to the man’s health. Others questioned the trainer’s qualifications and the broader culture of pushing people to their limits without concern for their well-being.
This event has revived the broader debate about fitness culture and the fine line between inspiring people to achieve their goals and putting them in jeopardy. Fitness experts have emphasized the importance of responsible training practices, individualized programs, and prioritizing clients’ well-being.
Viral Video Shock: Gurugram Gym Trainer’s Extreme Weightlifting Challenge Ignites Social Media Reaction
— Pawan Durani (@PawanDurani) June 6, 2023
Pawan Durani, a Twitter user, shared the video with the caption: “This is how ‘they’ teach you weight lifting in a gym in Haryana #India.” The video shows the trainer threatening to hit the man if he does not lift more than 200kg. Throughout the video, the trainer continues to yell and slap the individual trying to lift the weight.
Let’s see how the internet reacted to this viral video
The post received more than 70,200 views, 66 retweets, 64 citations, 411 likes, and several replies. Netizens were horrified to witness the coach’s unscrupulous behavior. Many have noticed that being ripped has become such a ‘fad’ that people have forgotten that such unnecessary workouts can harm the body in the long run.
One of the users said: “This is ego-boosting. Extremely stupid and dangerous, I always remember what Kai Green said. We are bodybuilders and not powerlifters to ego-boost.”
This is boosting the ego… Extremely impassive and dangerous. I always remember what Kai Green said… We are bodybuilders and not powerlifters to boost egos.
— SuperGuy (@AmayzingGuy) June 7, 2023
The next person said: “O agar us ladke ko kuch ho gya toh yeh bewakoof responsible hoga just ban it.”
O agar us ladke ko kuch ho gya toh yeh bewakoof responsible hoga just ban it
— Manshabedi (@Manshabedi2) June 8, 2023
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