Workplace Sex, Christmas B.S & Biggest Failing – Mostly Uneducated Opinions w/ Clinton, Sharred & Tim

Workplace Sex, Christmas B.S & Biggest Failing – Mostly Uneducated Opinions w/ Clinton, Sharred & Tim

What are your thoughts on Christmas? How about the Brittney Griner and Viktor Bout exchange? When was the last time you failed and how did you feel about it? Have you tried creating and following your own training program? Heard about sex in the workplace? Do you know that Indonesia banned unmarried sex? On this episode of The New Helix Experience podcast, Tim Frey is joined by Clinton and Sharred as they talk about Workplace Sex, Christmas B.S & Biggest Failing – Mostly Uneducated Opinions.

You’ll Learn:

  • Who is Christmas really for?
  • US Basketball Star Exchanged for Russian Arms Dealer.
  • Lessons and redirections following failure.
  • Self programming and how it could possibly go.
  • How sex can destroy the culture of a workplace.
  • Unmarried sex in Bali, Indonesia.


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Speaker1: [00:00:01] All right, guys. We’re back with another episode of mostly uneducated opinions. Welcome, Clint. Welcome, Sharred.

Speaker2: [00:00:07] Hello.

Speaker1: [00:00:07] Hey. Our last name is Secret. Just in case you guys get really pissed off, no one can find out who we actually are. All right, guys, I’ve got a bunch of topics today. A little bit less conspiracist. Um, I would say we’ve got a couple in there, So Clint’s happy. So you guys love those topics? Let me know. How’s your week been or fortnight, boys? Start with Clint.

Speaker3: [00:00:27] Busy Works flat out always at the end of the year. Clients want their keys and houses before and the Christmas always. Yeah, it’s good, but busy. We’re kicking.

Speaker1: [00:00:36] Goals so people go stick at you if they don’t get the.

Speaker3: [00:00:38] House. Yeah, absolutely. To them it’s to them. It’s they’re the only house getting built in in Perth at the moment so it’s just hurry up.

Speaker1: [00:00:46] There’s some. Yeah it has your wait.

Speaker2: [00:00:48] Solid, solid new job. So that’s been pretty cool. It’s also finding out that I’m not superhuman and my recovery is fucking nowhere at the moment because I’m actually working 60 hours a week now. So that’s good, but good to be busy again. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:01:00] So Sharad went from basically unemployed for six weeks, training twice a day like a psycho, and now he’s back in the real world of working like everyone else.

Speaker2: [00:01:08] That’s it. Unfortunately, I’m backing up the gram now as well.

Speaker1: [00:01:11] Back.

Speaker3: [00:01:11] Yeah. No more instant replies.

Speaker2: [00:01:13] Yeah that’s.

Speaker1: [00:01:14] Yeah. You take showers a couple of weeks ago and he literally like a minute later would get a reply a solid reply. How often were you on your phone. Like what was your screen time didn’t check.

Speaker2: [00:01:24] It’s one of those things if you don’t check, you know, it’s like COVID. You can’t catch it if you don’t test.

Speaker3: [00:01:28] I found every time I messaged you I got an instant reply. It doesn’t matter if it was 6 a.m. or 6 p.m. or, you know.

Speaker2: [00:01:33] Just prompt mate.

Speaker3: [00:01:34] Good.

Speaker1: [00:01:35] We promised He’s not a loser. He’s actually kind of cool as well. Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:01:38] Thanks guys.

Speaker1: [00:01:41] Have you guys had the. Yeah, I literally speaking of like homeowners they wanted to they want the house done because they think that they’re in a house that’s built. I should think that some of the universe was like my head. My head was like the middle of the universe and everything revolved around me for such a long time. You guys thought that.

Speaker2: [00:01:57] 100% still do. What about you? What about your fortnight?

Speaker1: [00:02:01] My fortnight? Yeah. We bought a house ish just waiting for the finalization so we could have a new studio.

Speaker3: [00:02:07] Congratulations.

Speaker1: [00:02:08] Thank you. Very kind. I’m very in debt now. I’ve joined everyone else in the huge legions.

Speaker3: [00:02:13] Welcome.

Speaker1: [00:02:14] Yes. Still a debt. I am in the Matrix.

Speaker3: [00:02:17] You’ve become the rat in the rice.

Speaker1: [00:02:18] Yeah. Yeah. We’ve had testing. It’s been good to three peas and I didn’t test yesterday. I just trained in the album, so it was good. How did you guys go testing like.

Speaker3: [00:02:29] Oh, there you go. First yard.

Speaker2: [00:02:30] Good. Really good. Yeah. It’s been fucking just unreal to see some of what everybody else is. Achievement. Like Karen, Karen and Gareth.

Speaker1: [00:02:38] Yeah. Dude, you sent like a 130 deadlift yesterday.

Speaker2: [00:02:41] Yeah. And I think she put 17 kilograms on her squat in 12 weeks.

Speaker1: [00:02:46] Crazy.

Speaker3: [00:02:46] That’s like the nice man watching her deadlift yesterday like 100 and something kilos was insane. Yeah, she’s absolutely insane.

Speaker1: [00:02:52] Strong still annoys me when she beats me for NB.

Speaker3: [00:02:56] Man, if I’m moving like that when I’m her age, I’m that’s kicking goals.

Speaker1: [00:03:00] A It’s impressive. And that’s been training with the girls. Yes. Being on the girls bus still on his injury rehab recovery.

Speaker3: [00:03:06] We hit a PB for military press so that was great may just just be yeah that was that was no help It was not help unfortunately.

Speaker1: [00:03:16] I need personality. Do you have bipolar?

Speaker3: [00:03:18] I needed all the help I could get a Yeah, but I mean, after 14 weeks off, that’s pretty good. I’m happy with that.

Speaker1: [00:03:23] Yeah, but you have 14 weeks off.

Speaker3: [00:03:25] Yeah. The old herniated disk in the back.

Speaker1: [00:03:28] Yeah, it’s all happening. We’re like a walking bunch of injuries. Yeah. Yeah. So Christmas is an eight days, boys. I did tell them the figure before the show here, but Australians are set to spend $23.8 billion on presents. So $1 billion is 1000 million. So $23,000 million on presents.

Speaker3: [00:03:46] That’s insane. I the turnover, I mean, good, good for the market and all that, but that’s insane. $28 Billion. I wouldn’t have thought it would be that much.

Speaker1: [00:03:54] It’s fucked. So inflation is at its all time high, interest is at its all time high and people are still spending 20% more like thoughts on this point. Like where where does this come from? Where is it going?

Speaker3: [00:04:05] This is good. Well, I think people feel forced. You kind of have to, you know, buy presents. I think it’s good. Put the money back in the economy.

Speaker1: [00:04:12] Do you have to, though? Do you have to buy presents?

Speaker3: [00:04:15] I mean, you don’t have to, but you kind of have to.

Speaker2: [00:04:18] Well, religion depends pending. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, would you would you dare not possibly.

Speaker3: [00:04:25] Imagine rocking up to your parents house or something without a without a crazy.

Speaker1: [00:04:28] Dude? I get payback for all the shit years I had is like getting presents from people. I’d feel like, Yeah, dude, I had some terrible Christmases in terms of really I remember my parents got me like a plastic bin.

Speaker3: [00:04:38] One year rock. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:04:39] You obviously clean it like a plastic bin.

Speaker2: [00:04:41] Really? Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:04:42] We were fucking broke.

Speaker3: [00:04:43] That was a hint at something, wasn’t it? Sure. You clean up after yourself.

Speaker1: [00:04:46] Yeah. Yeah, being yourself. But like. Yeah, the point I want to get out here is like, do people even give a fuck about interest rates and inflation?

Speaker3: [00:04:53] I don’t think people know, honestly. No, no.

Speaker1: [00:04:56] I think that it has gone up like two grand a month.

Speaker3: [00:04:58] Hey, man, ask a lot of people. What the interest rate is on your mortgage right now. And most people go, um, takes it. Yeah, let me check.

Speaker2: [00:05:05] But they would be feeling it like I know now after moving in here, it’s gone up substantially. But I think when they first went up for the first time, I think it was something like, I don’t know, I can over a million people that had never experienced an interest rate rise, but I think it’s just correct in itself. Yeah, that’s what we’ve had such a good run on. So a low base there now is correcting itself, but like people still just aren’t going to. I actually reckon your average person lives paid to by.

Speaker3: [00:05:32] Pagan.

Speaker2: [00:05:33] Your average person, I reckon, lives paid to pay.

Speaker3: [00:05:35] Oh, 100%. Absolutely.

Speaker2: [00:05:36] Even beyond that. So pay to pay. And then there’s a credit card as a backup. So always chasing your tail.

Speaker3: [00:05:41] Yeah, definitely. Yep.

Speaker1: [00:05:43] Yeah. So probably like it used to have him back in the day when we had a younger demographic. But the amount of people that fail their weekly gym membership is like would surprise you really? And that would be like, Sorry. Just waiting for pay day or Sorry I didn’t have money. And it’s like crazy that they didn’t have that in their account.

Speaker3: [00:05:58] But a lot of training you like.

Speaker2: [00:05:59] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:06:01] Yeah. It’s not like it’s like a cheap gym or anything.

Speaker1: [00:06:03] Hey, what are you doing?

Speaker3: [00:06:04] Like nine times the price of jets but does a job, you know? Sorry. Wait for pay.

Speaker1: [00:06:07] Day. Yeah, dude, it was absolutely crazy.

Speaker3: [00:06:10] $28 Billion.

Speaker1: [00:06:12] Yeah. Fuck. So, like, would you, would you say to your families, like, okay, Yanny or Katie, like, hey, look, let’s not do presents this year if you were hurting.

Speaker3: [00:06:22] Yeah, well, me, counting myself, my wife aren’t hurting, but we decided we’re not going to do extravagant presents this time. We’re just going to do like, a little stocking because we find, like, the whole Valentine’s Day and, like, anniversary gifts and Christmas, for example, and all that, that we usually don’t go over the top. We’d rather just buy something little and do something together. More quality. That’s what we’ve done this year, which I’m all for sure.

Speaker2: [00:06:45] Yeah, well, this year, actually, Katie’s family always does like a secret Santa, and it’s actually fun. And that way there’s only one gift that you’ve got to buy.

Speaker1: [00:06:52] You’re a big kid. You’re a big.

Speaker2: [00:06:54] Kid. And then this year, we’ve lost Christmas. This year we’ve done it with my family. Yeah. So instead of me spending 200 a mom. Yeah, Dad, 200. Like, we’ve just put our names in, spit it out, and I’ve just got to buy my brother.

Speaker3: [00:07:04] Something so much better. Have you played that dirty Secret Santa before? Where? No, not with the family. You. You don’t get dirty with your fam. You’re thinking you’re singing it. Someday they’ll say you won by present, but you can steal the present off the person next year. Yeah, that’s wicked fun. Yeah. Johnny’s county family has done that a few times. It’s good. Yeah. All right. We could find.

Speaker2: [00:07:23] Like, if you got your your plastic bin, you’d probably be stuck.

Speaker1: [00:07:25] With it. No spoon. That was a And then I remember my first girlfriend I ever got. I was like, I went so excessive. I bought her a laptop.

Speaker3: [00:07:33] Like, holy shit.

Speaker2: [00:07:34] And a TV.

Speaker3: [00:07:36] Back in.

Speaker1: [00:07:36] The same year. She’s been me like three months later, like, broke up with me. I was like, Savage.

Speaker3: [00:07:41] I’d be, Yeah, I’ll be asking for everything back.

Speaker1: [00:07:43] I yeah, that was like my first, like proper girlfriend. And then since then it’s just gone downhill.

Speaker2: [00:07:49] She’s just.

Speaker1: [00:07:50] Gone. Everything’s gone downhill since then. Your first breakup you just never recover from.

Speaker3: [00:07:57] Did she do she, was she moving in or something or what? We just. You just felt like spoiling it.

Speaker1: [00:08:01] I probably just knew she was going to break up with me, and I was like, One last luck. Let’s keep it.

Speaker2: [00:08:05] Please let me try three.

Speaker1: [00:08:07] Yeah, that’s. I did not have three K to throw. Let’s put it that way.

Speaker3: [00:08:11] You just go play.

Speaker1: [00:08:12] Yeah, I literally was the statistic just went into debt for it.

Speaker2: [00:08:16] So the other thing though around this is so that that figure is spat out. Does that include Boxing Day sale? I think so. I think it’s the lining up for the Boxing Day sale as well. Like Katie’s like, Oh, no, Like we’re just we spend all this money now because it’s for Christmas. I’m thinking, okay, And then Boxing Day lights back up again.

Speaker1: [00:08:32] Yeah. It’s not even that good, though. Boxing Day sales, are they.

Speaker3: [00:08:34] Yeah, I don’t find I mean, like, I’ll hang out for Boxing Day sales and try and buy some, like, new gym gear. Yeah, but other than that.

Speaker2: [00:08:42] Yeah. Yeah. That’s something you need not going to shop to, to go and buy something because everything you buy it, you’re saving like that. Oh people rushing. I’m like no you’re not the whole saving the whole.

Speaker3: [00:08:52] The whole like for example, like a TV. It’s $1,000 TV, but at the moment it’s $750. It’s, you know.

Speaker2: [00:08:58] 300.

Speaker3: [00:08:58] Yeah. Oh, we’re saving so much money. It was like, yeah, let’s face it, you.

Speaker2: [00:09:02] Still.

Speaker3: [00:09:03] Well, you’re still spending 780 bucks, you know, So the whole sales thing gets a lot of people.

Speaker1: [00:09:07] Like, yeah, we like we’re moving into a house at some point in the next couple of weeks and it’s four by two, which is still a big house, but not as big as this house. And Steph and I, I’m like, I’m the ultimate consumer. Every room in this house is filled with shit. I’m going to have to, like, get rid of half.

Speaker3: [00:09:23] Yeah. Have to just fit into. Do you find your hoarder or something or.

Speaker1: [00:09:26] I’m not a hoarder, but we’re just like, Oh, we got a room. We need to fill it.

Speaker3: [00:09:29] Put a couch? Yeah. Oh, there’s a spare room. We’ll put a couch in. He.

Speaker2: [00:09:32] This is why you got a plastic bin.

Speaker3: [00:09:34] No shit.

Speaker1: [00:09:35] Yeah. I’m going to have to get rid of so much stuff in this place.

Speaker3: [00:09:37] That’s good, man. It’s good. It’s good. We like spring clean. I.

Speaker1: [00:09:39] I want to downsize anyway, so that’s going to be good. So, anyway, guys. Maybe watch what you’re spending this Christmas or not. We don’t know what the fuck we spend wisely. Yeah. Spend wisely. Um, this is Clint’s topic. The man of Twitter. He knows what’s going on. Arms dealer, traded for basketball player. Give us the full one.

Speaker3: [00:09:58] One? Yeah. So there’s a Russian arms dealer. His name is Viktor Bout. He’s been locked up for a couple of years now. And there’s also a women’s NBA player. Her name is Brittney Griner. You might have seen it on the news and whatnot recently, but the US traded her for him. He’s Victor is nicknamed the Merchant of Death. And we’ve just traded we’ve just traded a women’s basketball player who turns out she actually hates America as well.

Speaker1: [00:10:26] She want a trade?

Speaker3: [00:10:27] Yeah. What a trade. Yeah. And there’s there’s even worse into it. We’ve got a US soldier still over there. His name is Paul Whelan, who has won multiple awards, and he’s. He was locked up in Russia for espionage, which is like basically spying back in 2018. But just, uh, weed. What do you think about why we traded a women’s basketball player who hates America instead of a US soldier who has fought for America?

Speaker1: [00:10:54] Let’s take this one by one. So, Clint, you give me your. Why do you think they traded it? Then we’ll go share them. We’re going to.

Speaker3: [00:11:00] Be, I think, once again, the Western countries just trying to tick the box, look good, save the black woman first before the white US male. Not racist at all, but that’s what it is, in my opinion.

Speaker2: [00:11:13] Yeah. Yeah. I was literally just thinking that like, what a society actually it is nowadays. It’s not about honor and valor and all that jazz. It’s about, uh, you know, that sort of thing. What’s what’s PC, what’s PC and what’s probably got a bit more attention.

Speaker3: [00:11:29] How, yeah, how are we going to pat ourselves on the back and, and try and make ourselves look good.

Speaker1: [00:11:34] If you take the emotion out of it and, and like that. It’s an American for, um, a Russian and so forth. Like without all the political stuff. Is that a good trade?

Speaker2: [00:11:44] No, because you’ve still got a soldier locked up.

Speaker1: [00:11:46] Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:11:47] And that’s not a motion. That’s fact.

Speaker1: [00:11:49] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:11:50] So the fact that she was locked up for carrying a cannabis oil was obviously wrong in the first place.

Speaker1: [00:11:55] She’s just got it on purpose.

Speaker3: [00:11:56] Yeah, absolutely. The perfect timing. Absolutely. But they’re just trying Russia are just trying to prove a point, which they definitely have. Yeah, but so she was trying to meet up with her. So obviously, she plays in the women’s NBA over in America. And then she was trying to meet up with her professional team over in Russia, which is like during the off season. So I think she took a CBD pen, like one of them vapes, which is obviously completely fine in America. She might have just forgotten about it, which is fair enough, whatnot. But the fact that she got locked up is obviously pretty hectic. But yeah, once again, Russell is just trying to prove a point. But the fact that US bent over for Russia and traded a an arms dealer.

Speaker1: [00:12:35] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:12:36] Nicknamed the Merchant of death.

Speaker2: [00:12:38] For who’s had the win there. Right. So America’s got somebody that’s coming back that can put a basketball in a hoop. And Russia has now got the merchant of death back.

Speaker3: [00:12:47] And then a poor old one. That one. Yeah. And then a poor old US soldier who’s won many, many merits is still facing his 16 year jail sentence over in Russia. He’s actually in labor camps as well. Yeah, I’ve read.

Speaker1: [00:13:00] That’s fine.

Speaker3: [00:13:00] Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:13:01] I think that it’s all politics. And based on the election cycle, I think they know they’ve got their election coming up. So they want to get people on site and like, it’s, uh. She’s gay, I believe as well. Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:13:12] And she’s black and she’s black and she’s a woman and she’s a woman and she. Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick.

Speaker1: [00:13:17] Yeah. And then, you know, they announce that to the US public, like we’re standing up for these type of people, which, you know, they’ve been vilified against over the last couple of years. You know, this is what we do. Biden and Harris administration. Let’s fucking, let’s go. Yeah just what we’re about.

Speaker3: [00:13:31] Worst part about it is a lot of people don’t know that we have a US soldier locked up over there. Yeah, people wouldn’t even know his name. He’s won many merits and all that, and people wouldn’t even know his name unless you actually do the research into it.

Speaker1: [00:13:41] How much shit do you reckon is going on that we don’t know about?

Speaker3: [00:13:44] Oh, that’s a lot, man kind of stuff. Yeah. I mean, like, look at. Look, look. These just we get two subjects a week. Like it’s so easy to find a subject. Like it’s. There’s a lot of things going on in the world. You can find out about it. It is out there, obviously. We just don’t get shown like, this isn’t our channel.

Speaker2: [00:13:58] What it is? My mind is it’s probably still classified.

Speaker1: [00:14:02] Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:14:03] Dagen the amount of stuff that is probably still classified. Oh, yeah, it must just be. I mean, that’s what they rated my logo. Where does trump live? What’s it called? Florida. Yeah, because he took boxes and boxes of the stuff when you left the White House.

Speaker3: [00:14:17] Yeah. That’s just Trump. That’s just Trumpy fucking I gotta to stand up Trump He’s just. He has some time. He just does a lot of dumb shit. He in his eyes, he would have have seen those classified documents going off. Fuck, yeah, I’m really interested in that. I’ll bet if I can hold on to that one, then obviously you can’t fucking do that. As a as a president, he got a massive, massive fine for that as well. You say that. And he’s also his team’s actually also just got down for tax fraud.

Speaker1: [00:14:39] Yeah. His team. I love that his team gets done, but he.

Speaker3: [00:14:42] Doesn’t, he does get down there.

Speaker1: [00:14:43] Yeah but if it was us. Yeah, Yeah. Tax fraud, your fox.

Speaker3: [00:14:46] Yeah. Yeah. I don’t know. Interesting times. I don’t know. Are we going to see Paul Whelan get the US order? Is he going to be released? Definitely not. All right. And he’s just gonna.

Speaker1: [00:14:56] Not coming out on purpose. So, you know, off topic here, what do you think of the Twitter files being released all kind of related to this?

Speaker3: [00:15:03] Once again, I’m all for it. Bring it out. Do you know what.

Speaker1: [00:15:05] It is You’re.

Speaker2: [00:15:06] I’m just going to say.

Speaker1: [00:15:06] Elaborate. So Musk is basically taken over Twitter, as we know, and then he’s just releasing all the internal documents from what’s going on at Twitter like he doesn’t in a series of like every two weeks, he releases a bunch. Every two weeks he releases a bunch. And the funny thing is, it’s getting no media coverage at all. Like, so he just released on Twitter and it’s bad shit like bad shit that can put people in jail. No one’s going to jail, no one’s getting charged and no one is finding out about it and no one’s reading it.

Speaker3: [00:15:31] Instead, we’re wondering what Kim Kardashian is going to be wearing at the next model shoot or, you know, something like that.

Speaker1: [00:15:37] I mean, that was interesting.

Speaker3: [00:15:41] Yeah. Crazy eye.

Speaker1: [00:15:42] Yeah. So I wanted to switch gears here and talk about I want to ask you guys both a question. Like what you’ve what’s something you’ve failed at? And I guess we’ll start with share it. What? Something you failed at.

Speaker2: [00:15:57] When in general.

Speaker1: [00:15:58] Or in general.

Speaker2: [00:15:59] Of light. Tough. Can’t say I ever have. No.

Speaker1: [00:16:06] I don’t fail.

Speaker2: [00:16:07] I don’t know. I don’t know. Like, cause I never really fuck. I don’t want to get all philosophical on you boys, but I don’t know if I ever view it like that. Like I’m such an optimist. So there’s something I don’t achieve. Like, I probably wouldn’t say I didn’t. I failed it. I’d probably just belt myself over the preparation around it or something like that. Um. Well, I know I probably if I look in reflection, probably the last six months of my last job, I probably failed in giving the business like 200% and being the lead I was supposed to. So I was actually quite disappointed myself, hence why I made the jump. You know, I fucking had a bit of a reflective moment and realised that I wasn’t the the person that got me to the role initially. So yeah, that’s probably that one. That’s probably been the most recent one. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:16:53] Cool.

Speaker3: [00:16:53] Clint It’s a tough question. I, I’m the same with Jared. I don’t say is failing anything. Um, but I guess if you’re gonna put a something out there, probably be failing. Looking after myself, just out, smashing the body with everything. Fitness, exercise, um, partying, you know, everything, I guess. Yeah, that would be one. But good lesson learnt for sure.

Speaker1: [00:17:14] Yeah, it’s. I was out to dinner with Martin and Ali at Meat and Wine Co the other day. I was fucking epic steak. Have you guys been there?

Speaker2: [00:17:20] Yeah. Is that in the city?

Speaker1: [00:17:22] Yeah. Yeah. So see.

Speaker3: [00:17:23] Mate and wine co. Nah, I don’t think I’ve been there. I good.

Speaker2: [00:17:26] In the.

Speaker1: [00:17:26] Bowl. Yeah. Tony. Yeah. I was like, oh, the chips. I want to be.

Speaker3: [00:17:29] Fed real expensive as though like $35 for a small batch of chips.

Speaker1: [00:17:33] Yeah. We had, um, we had a voucher, but it’s still like, it’s like 480 bucks or something for four people.

Speaker3: [00:17:38] Good steak, though, Like, crazy. Is that. That’s like the rockpool. Oh, you go there, you buy a good steak. But it was.

Speaker1: [00:17:42] Rockpool. Steph And I was saying, Have you guys been to Toma in the city? No. Time is the best steak I’ve ever had. No. Sorry phrases then? Yeah, do phrases I Yeah, I was sick phrases. Toma. And then this place, then Rockpool.

Speaker3: [00:17:55] Yeah, right. Have you ever been to, um. What was the one that used to be in Woodford’s 100 barrel? Yeah, that was. Yeah, that was really good. That’s probably one of the best steaks I’ve had, I reckon.

Speaker1: [00:18:05] Yeah. They were saying, um, like, you can’t. They lived in Bali, so you can’t really get good steak in Bali. So it’s like, great to be back. Yeah. Like have.

Speaker3: [00:18:13] Epic mate. Oh, steaks over there. Just like a thong.

Speaker1: [00:18:15] It’s fucked.

Speaker3: [00:18:16] It’s fucking if it ever needs steak.

Speaker1: [00:18:18] So we were at Waco. We’re talking about, like, business success and failures, and they were talking about their current business and they were talking about a lot of like quote unquote, the failures they had in a way. And I had to kind of reframe it to them and say, like in business or success, it’s not really like there is no such thing as failure. You just learn the skills, which you could probably attest to with your brand. Nicole was like, You don’t know, you know.

Speaker3: [00:18:43] Oh, I wish I be fucking. That’d be really good.

Speaker1: [00:18:46] Essentially like there are there’s no such thing as failures because you just learning skills and lessons over the time. It’s like a more a lesson in redirection and basically where you want to go. So, you know, for me it’s like I’m a quote unquote failed soccer player. Like I was playing at a really good level, tore my hamstring off the bone three times and then my career was over. But failing that, or like learning the lessons, there was probably the best thing that ever happened to me. I’d fucking hate to be a professional soccer.

Speaker3: [00:19:10] Yeah, I’d say the.

Speaker1: [00:19:11] Worst thing of all time.

Speaker3: [00:19:12] Yeah, it it’s a I think it’s failing is a bad word. Like, cause that’s not fatal. That’s just a little hump in the road. And now, now look, you’ve, you’ve got fucking multiple businesses.

Speaker1: [00:19:20] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:19:20] Instead of being a shitty fucking ballet player.

Speaker1: [00:19:23] Yeah. Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:19:24] That’s once again, like, mindset, man. You just said we don’t really think we’ve ever failed anything. Other people might look what you failed that. Well, we don’t. And you, The amount of people that were maybe on the same journey as you in sport don’t make it. They don’t fucking go on to become successful X, Y and Z. People probably just go and, um, live a quiet life somewhere and just constantly live in that space of what could have been.

Speaker3: [00:19:47] Yeah. I mean, even with like exercise as well, you’d say you like you fail to lift, but really you just miss the lift tons.

Speaker2: [00:19:52] Yeah. And then.

Speaker3: [00:19:53] I just, you.

Speaker2: [00:19:53] Know, then you hold yourself accountable and go, well, maybe the last 12 weeks I didn’t follow the program. Probably. Yeah, I didn’t fail it. I just. I didn’t do it the right thing.

Speaker1: [00:20:00] Yeah. I mean, this probably 12 weeks is either the first time I ever failed a bench press, like a single rep in my life, was in this last 12 weeks. It was crazy.

Speaker3: [00:20:07] Well, last testing week, though. Yeah, that was. That’s all it was, though, Really.

Speaker1: [00:20:10] I can’t believe I missed that. I was fucking gutted. But anyway, um, essentially, I just wanted to talk about, like, what were the lessons you got there from letting your body down? Like, personally, Lots of talk about, like, what your lessons were from not being as good of a leader as you could have been.

Speaker3: [00:20:24] So the main lesson I learned was just slow down, slow down and actually like, be present. That’s a big one. And Breathwork was a massive like eye opener for me. So what do.

Speaker1: [00:20:34] You mean be present? Like be present in your lift or be present in the moment of training or what?

Speaker3: [00:20:39] Yeah, Yeah. Instead of like thinking about like my mind is always races like million miles an hour. So just slowing that down and just thinking about and just thinking about like the one thing you’re doing right now instead of thinking about the next ten things you’re going to be doing.

Speaker1: [00:20:53] Yeah, um, just focusing on like the session or the stretch or the breathwork or the mindset or where.

Speaker3: [00:20:58] Yeah, exactly. Yeah. Like, get rid of all the other things in your head and just focus on that one thing. That’s been a massive positive for me and just learning more about the body as well, what you can and can’t do.

Speaker1: [00:21:07] So how do you know if you’re not in that state like now or like, you know, when you’re training, How do you know if you’re not following that new process or feedback?

Speaker3: [00:21:16] Just get re not like because I always stay focused, but it’s more. That’s like a tough. Yeah. I don’t know. Um. I don’t know. I haven’t.

Speaker1: [00:21:27] How would you stop yourself from falling into old habits?

Speaker3: [00:21:31] Discipline? Yeah, that’s. That’s all it is. Like, really? It couldn’t be fucking out of bed this morning. It seeks to go down the beach and do breath work, but got up at 530 and just did it. Just did it. Yeah. Nice. That’s just. Just did it.

Speaker1: [00:21:42] You didn’t try this morning, did you come.

Speaker3: [00:21:43] Nah, nah. Fucking my back. A little twinge last night. Yeah. Yeah, We’re good again. No, we’re good, We’re good. We’re good. Just lit. Oh, no, no. Just. Well, because this week I started bringing the weights up a little bit more, and like, I started putting a little bit more pressure. All it was just after a big wake, heavy information. So pumped a few anti-inflammatories last night and just chilled out and then bit of breathwork or straight away went down to the beach and did breathwork and and stretch, which helped massively and then again this morning. So that’s a massive lesson I’ve learned. Once I feel it twinge, then straight away, hit it. Calm down. Calm that central nervous system down and get that resting heart rate lower.

Speaker1: [00:22:22] Stop hurting yourself. You make me look bad.

Speaker3: [00:22:23] But it’s not. Oh, man, I’ve been fucking sitting in the corner. It’s just like there’s no like you saw yesterday. I was doing 80 kilo deadlift, so really light, like, just feeling it. But it was just obviously after I’ve got to start getting back into it, I’ve got to otherwise it just be fucking soft.

Speaker1: [00:22:37] So it’s feel that red bar forever.

Speaker3: [00:22:39] But instead of like, like last year for example, I would have done it would have been injured, would have gone Fuck it, keep going, keep going, keep going and then would have got worse and worse. Where like, for example, last night felt it straight away gone. Nah, I’m not going to train today being Saturday. Instead I’ll go do movement and breathwork. So that’s big lessons that way. Cool.

Speaker1: [00:22:57] He’s growing up.

Speaker3: [00:22:58] Back. Yeah. Look out.

Speaker1: [00:22:59] 26 Shared lessons from not being as great of a leader as you could have been over the last six months.

Speaker2: [00:23:06] Probably wasn’t checking myself enough, and I’ve always prided myself on having that ability. I reckon the number one trait someone can have in life is just being self reflective consciousness. I’ve seen it. I’ve seen good young people sit in front of me and just blame the fucking world.

Speaker3: [00:23:23] And way, way easier that way.

Speaker2: [00:23:25] I just don’t like, you know, they’re late for work. It’s their alarm. It’s not the fact that they fucking love them. Yeah. Yeah. So I’ve always prided myself and checking myself, and I probably hadn’t done that for the last six months. I was on autopilot. And look, it also sort of had its place. I got the business to where it needed to be and it was just time to move from the organisation. And I think to your question about how do I, how am I not going to do that again, I’ve gone to work for a leader now that won’t let me drop to that level. He will hold me accountable daily to to be self developing and growing the people under me and yeah, hence the move.

Speaker1: [00:23:59] Nice. I guess it’s back without being a walking cliche. It’s like, you know, you are the sum of the five you spend the most time with. So absolutely standards of the five that are around you, that’s gone a while. I’ll see both. I was like, This is a good time for some self-reflection here.

Speaker2: [00:24:12] Well, look, you know, you say how you’re not going to let Clint drop back into that. Like you don’t think I’m going to inbox him If I don’t see him in the gym in two days? I’m being serious, like because he’s surrounded himself. That’s why I try. And Helix is because if I don’t roll in day one, people won’t be like, okay, then day two is going to be someone in my inbox. Hopefully not. Will people.

Speaker1: [00:24:29] Do that?

Speaker3: [00:24:30] Hopefully knows.

Speaker1: [00:24:32] Do people mess you guys when you don’t show up like that? Not the team. I mean, like other members know.

Speaker3: [00:24:37] I mean, I’m always there, to be honest.

Speaker2: [00:24:39] Yeah. So yeah, like I called out Ryan yesterday, I was like, Are you a live bro deadlift day? Yes.

Speaker1: [00:24:45] Yeah, really?

Speaker3: [00:24:46] He was pretty hurt, but he’s been a big week for him.

Speaker2: [00:24:48] Yeah, but, you know, I still Yeah, it’s good. Although checked in on him.

Speaker3: [00:24:52] So I mean some people need that little kick up the bum as well.

Speaker1: [00:24:55] Yeah. He messaged me and he said, um, like he wants to get his like a better mindset around training and pushing harder. And I said the number one thing I do is I try to win everything in the gym and like it’s to my own detriment because I push so hard, like outside of my own comfort zone. Sometimes it hurts me. Yeah, but like, that’s how you get better.

Speaker2: [00:25:12] So are you guys familiar with this Stoics?

Speaker1: [00:25:14] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:25:15] No.

Speaker2: [00:25:15] So, like, I’ve just been, I don’t know, going down that rabbit hole more and more and more, and like, the Stoics are to the point, like, it’s pretty much extreme ownership, But if you have a car crash today, somebody goes up the back of you instead of going, Fuck, the motherfucker went up the back of me. The Stoics would go if I had only just not slept in for an extra 2 minutes and I had left 2 minutes earlier and I had done done that. I wouldn’t someone wouldn’t have crashed into me.

Speaker3: [00:25:38] Isn’t that a lot of.

Speaker2: [00:25:39] If just full ownership, always everything that.

Speaker3: [00:25:42] Happens. Why are you trying to get rid of that? If, if, if, if or you’re trying to bring that if if if.

Speaker2: [00:25:46] In I enjoy the Stoics, like if I have a shit month and it’s because one of my managers had a shit month, well, that’s on me. Like I fully accepted him throughout the month to keep getting a shit result. Yeah, but then like me, it’s me, it’s me, it’s me. And I think it’s a good space to live in.

Speaker3: [00:25:59] Definitely. Yeah. But then the whole what you just said, then if I only just got up one minute earlier and went or if I went another way, I think that’s a terrible way to look at it. You reckon? Yeah. Because if, if you.

Speaker2: [00:26:08] Hold yourself.

Speaker3: [00:26:09] Accountable. Yeah. But like if it’s just a like you know if Yeah. If I.

Speaker2: [00:26:13] Should have.

Speaker3: [00:26:14] Yeah. But then even even that you should have. Yeah you should, I should have done a lot of things but you can’t take back what you didn’t do so you know someone running up your arse obviously. Yeah. That’s not your fault. And it’s probably also not their fault. They probably were distracted, whatnot. But if I just got up 5 minutes earlier, I think that’s a terrible way to look at a day because you didn’t get up five, 8 minutes earlier.

Speaker2: [00:26:34] Just spend just.

Speaker3: [00:26:35] Being the just bang the devil.

Speaker1: [00:26:37] Yeah. Next time I got a little bit earlier.

Speaker2: [00:26:40] Yeah. Look, I think to that point though.

Speaker1: [00:26:41] Is and then no one’s sleeping.

Speaker2: [00:26:42] Fucking like.

Speaker3: [00:26:44] Yeah, everyone just kept going. I, I do like the extreme ownership. Jocko Willink has a really good book on it. Extreme. It’s called Extreme Ownership. That’s an extremely informative book. Yeah, he’s good. And that’s the whole like discipline equals freedom thing as well. I think that’s the extreme ownership is good or up, you know, it’s no one else’s fault but yours. Really.

Speaker2: [00:27:06] What is that time routine sets you free like and it’s such a.

Speaker3: [00:27:09] Well, a lot of people think discipline is not freedom like discipline. You have to get up every day, go for a run every day, blah, blah, blah. But really like getting up every day and doing something hard makes everything else.

Speaker2: [00:27:20] As you successful is is boring. It’s boring. So is it’s doing the same shit that people just don’t like the consistency. I don’t mean like going to do the same thing that, you know, just getting the same result. I mean, it’s been consistent and it’s day in, day out. That’s why so many people aren’t consistent on successful because they can’t be consistent. One of the biggest things that that fucking does my head is when people. Can’t even seize the day when the alarm goes off. Does my head is literally just lost to yourself. To yourself?

Speaker3: [00:27:51] The beds.

Speaker2: [00:27:51] Yourself.

Speaker3: [00:27:52] The beds.

Speaker1: [00:27:52] Get up so weak.

Speaker2: [00:27:53] You get up over an alarm. It does my head in. Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:27:56] The old bed’s comfortable. You’re warm, you’re comfy. You got that little voice in your head going just five more minutes and then 5 minutes turns into half an hour. Then half an hour turns into hour. Then you’re like, Oh, I can’t be fucked. I didn’t I didn’t wake up early this morning, so I’m not going to make my bed. I didn’t make my bed. Now I’m going to have a nice breakfast. And then it keeps going and going. So if you get up first, I said two alarms, first alarm goes off, second one always get up. I mean, usually I’m awake, but well before then anyway. But get out of bed. Fucking make your bed and you feel good.

Speaker2: [00:28:24] You’ve been lying in bed since 3 a.m..

Speaker3: [00:28:26] Looking at Twitter. Go on notice you have.

Speaker2: [00:28:30] A Twitter false inbox. You use a daily.

Speaker3: [00:28:33] Wrap up, tweet it to it just gets from me. He goes, What’s what can I release in the next two weeks?

Speaker1: [00:28:37] You on Twitter Blue.

Speaker3: [00:28:38] I’m actually I don’t fuck around with Twitter at all. Really? Nah I just Twitter blue.

Speaker1: [00:28:42] Uh, you get a blue tick nine bucks a month.

Speaker3: [00:28:46] Oh, really? I thought you have to be.

Speaker1: [00:28:48] Removed it all. You just got to pay for it. You just got to. Yeah, of course. Yeah. You get, like, an exclusive.

Speaker3: [00:28:53] So it’s worth.

Speaker1: [00:28:54] I signed up. I was on nine bucks a month business. Now, you know, Blue Tick, bitches.

Speaker3: [00:28:57] Well, people. Yeah, Like, I didn’t even know that.

Speaker1: [00:28:59] No.

Speaker2: [00:29:00] How do you get one on the ground?

Speaker3: [00:29:02] You can have the articles. Good.

Speaker1: [00:29:03] Have news articles about you.

Speaker3: [00:29:05] A certain.

Speaker1: [00:29:05] Amount, like 20 something.

Speaker2: [00:29:07] So you got a few?

Speaker1: [00:29:07] I got one, bro.

Speaker3: [00:29:08] Yeah. Look out now. You got a couple now. Yahoo! Finance.

Speaker1: [00:29:11] And what’s the other one?

Speaker3: [00:29:13] Yahoo owns and something else.

Speaker2: [00:29:15] So do you want on your business Insider.

Speaker3: [00:29:18] Yeah. Something like Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:29:20] Yeah, yeah. The motherlode times now you have to have 20. So Steph, she went on a podcast, Mamma mia. Basically saying how she flew to England to be with a guy. And as soon as she got there, he dumped her, like, literally got off the plane, dumped her and was like, I’ve been cheating on you.

Speaker2: [00:29:37] So this is a factual story.

Speaker1: [00:29:38] A factual story. Like my Steph, my wife. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And then LADBIBLE picked it up. That Bible, they lad Bible made a story post about it. It had like fucking 40,000 comments or something. And like, it was crazy. It was like crazy Bitch flies across the country with the world to get dumped by some guy and back. And then these, all these other news articles picked it up and spun their story on it. So it turned into like 20 to 30 articles. Then one of our friends is a media guy, and then he basically sent it to Facebook, Instagram, and that’s where she got the blue team. So yeah, it all happens just like that. Yeah, right.

Speaker3: [00:30:15] Well, I mean, it makes it look, um, fancy I reckon on, on Instagram. It is, yeah. Is that why you did on Twitter then. Because I mean.

Speaker1: [00:30:24] Yeah, sort of. I’m trying to expand Twitter and TikTok at the moment. Yeah. So I’m doing a new strategy. We, we have another business that we’re launching which I’ll tell you guys about off air. Um, but yeah, we have another business which requires those two. So I’m. Oh, really? I’m learning.

Speaker3: [00:30:38] Them. Yeah. Nine bucks a month.

Speaker1: [00:30:40] A little flex, a little flex blue bitch.

Speaker3: [00:30:43] I want a boutique now.

Speaker1: [00:30:45] Yeah, we’ll see. Um, we’ll see if it actually is beneficial.

Speaker3: [00:30:48] On.

Speaker1: [00:30:48] Twitter or not. Anyway, I was out for coffee with Steph this morning, and we were talking about training programs for new programs coming up next week. And she used to tell me she was going to play fucking jets on some shit and she would basically make her own programs so she’d be like, Oh yeah, lap pull down like one set of 15, a couple of chess flyers, one set of 15 leg press, one set of 15, and then 20 minutes on step up. And that would be like her workouts and she would design her own program. So my question for you boys is, have you ever gone through a phase of designing your own program and what did it look like?

Speaker3: [00:31:18] Fuck yeah. My yeah, back in the day when I was like, when I go to the gym started at 1415, I think back at Jets, Mike Rasheed and Big Rob did it were my two fucking idols, big steroid junkie dudes, and I just try to do whatever they did. And what did they do?

Speaker2: [00:31:37] He’s a vegan or Mike.

Speaker3: [00:31:38] Here he is now. Yeah, he’s. He’s a changed man now. But back in the day, he just used to be just a mass of big steroid junkie. And not really shouldn’t say that because he was he was quite like it was good idol and Brady pretty much they used to just do lots of like drop sets lots of pyramid sets, lots of like just 400 reps type thing. So I used to try and follow all that their stuff. And I don’t get wrong, I got strong in like the first couple of years and then kind of just plateaued out. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:32:08] Set program.

Speaker3: [00:32:09] No, it was just all I’d watched one of their YouTube videos. Oh yeah. I’d be like, Oh, if I feel like doing shoulders and bars or something today. So I’d Google at YouTube, one of their videos, shoulders and bars, and then run through that and then.

Speaker1: [00:32:20] You just watching it at the same time, you’re.

Speaker3: [00:32:22] Like, Yeah, yeah, I’ll like write it on my notes and be like, Yeah, four sets of 24 bench press, blah, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. Um, yeah. Didn’t really work at all. Yeah, I got strong for like a year. Yeah. But after 16 and.

Speaker1: [00:32:35] Yeah, testosterone.

Speaker3: [00:32:36] I was like, Fuck yeah, I’m getting so strong and doing like 25 kilo, like fucking shoulder, not shoulder price, 25 kilo. Dumbbell dumbbell press. Don’t let thinking I’m jacked and like fucking naughty, right?

Speaker1: [00:32:46] I used to go to the gym when I was like 14 and just like, leg press and like, do like an inch leg press, but doing like, 300.

Speaker3: [00:32:52] Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:32:52] Feeling jacked. I can leg press 300 boys.

Speaker3: [00:32:56] Sorry. Strong guy.

Speaker1: [00:32:58] Trying to tell us your story.

Speaker2: [00:33:00] Oh, just cringe. Men’s Health.

Speaker1: [00:33:03] Magazine.

Speaker3: [00:33:04] Men’s Health magazine.

Speaker2: [00:33:05] Yes. And for other things as well. I always had like an adult adult section, but it’s like.

Speaker1: [00:33:09] So you should jerk off, too.

Speaker2: [00:33:11] Yeah, I was reading that from, like, age 13. Anyway, that’s another story. But yeah, Men’s Health magazine, that’s what I genuinely see at my workouts from always used to do reps of 12. That was just.

Speaker1: [00:33:23] Just I.

Speaker2: [00:33:24] Was just always we’re pretty structured actually, Like I didn’t watch any YouTube videos or anything, but I think I got the majority from Men’s Health. And then like obviously different days were specific. So Men Day, I used to go on a Friday and like we knew we were going to botanica that night. So what do you recommend?

Speaker3: [00:33:39] Body Yes, we.

Speaker2: [00:33:40] Just get jacked to go home and you’re like deflating. But yeah, yeah, that was actually pretty structured. I think I got really jacked for my weight. Really? 2013. Yeah. Best shape I ever was. I was also tree lopping so I was like carrying logs all day and then I was on the clenbuterol as well.

Speaker3: [00:33:55] But it better than the shape urine or.

Speaker2: [00:33:57] Yeah, but I was also 72 kilos when I got married.

Speaker3: [00:33:59] Oh yeah. I reckon you’d look good in the men’s health now after that Speedo fucking photo you sent man.

Speaker1: [00:34:05] Nudes this week.

Speaker3: [00:34:06] Wow.

Speaker1: [00:34:07] Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:34:08] Yeah. So my first day at the dealer principal meeting the other day, somebody dug up an old photo of me as Pamela Anderson. Yeah, It’s been a big week with the photos.

Speaker1: [00:34:18] Yeah, I’ve been.

Speaker3: [00:34:19] Tons of. I like it, but I keep them coming. I keep coming. It’s good.

Speaker1: [00:34:21] It’s been good. Good wank material now. Yes. I’m not watching porn.

Speaker3: [00:34:26] That’s it. I’m all.

Speaker1: [00:34:26] Jerking off.

Speaker3: [00:34:27] Yeah. What are we on? Three weeks, is it. Yeah. Three. Fuck. It’s been a good three weeks.

Speaker1: [00:34:30] I Yeah, it’s been. Yeah, it’s made the experience much more pleasurable.

Speaker3: [00:34:35] Fuck yeah.

Speaker1: [00:34:36] Three weeks. Yeah, And.

Speaker3: [00:34:37] Neither. What about you? You been on a Yeah. Now three weeks since Since the podcast. Yeah. What about you? You mean on.

Speaker2: [00:34:44] Yeah. Good.

Speaker3: [00:34:49] Good, good. Fair enough. So what about you, Tim? What, where, where do you start? Will you write?

Speaker1: [00:34:57] Obviously reading. Um, simply shredded dotcom.

Speaker3: [00:35:01] Yeah, I’ve seen those a few times. Yeah. Yep.

Speaker1: [00:35:03] So that would have like a famous like physique model and they would give their workout and they had a new one released every Friday. It’s fucking retarded. I would do like their program for a week and then change.

Speaker3: [00:35:13] Yeah. Yeah. Fuck yeah.

Speaker1: [00:35:15] Can’t get results on a week.

Speaker3: [00:35:17] I even. Man, that just reminded me. Adam Arnie’s 12 week program 12 week like bodybuilder program noticed no changes. Followed it for pretty much 12 weeks as well. But yeah, noticed very little changes.

Speaker1: [00:35:29] I feel like, like the result comes from training with people as well.

Speaker3: [00:35:32] Yeah, definitely push so much harder. Man, I couldn’t train by myself anymore. Even like at Helix, like trying to get down there for an early session or something. Just. It sucks. Just can’t get into it.

Speaker2: [00:35:41] I Who’s the newbie? Billy. Yeah, Yeah. Like similar experience for me. I was at a really good gym in Perth. Yeah, with a very good team, but just fucking.

Speaker1: [00:35:52] Is that what he was doing?

Speaker2: [00:35:54] Yeah, he was doing like one on one. He’s paying through fucking nose for it as well and just and just different man. Just different. Like now I rock up everything. Everything’s been a by product like losing weights, being a byproduct, getting strong as being a byproduct, but coming to Helix here every morning and then it’s all seeing your mates.

Speaker3: [00:36:09] Yeah. If I can.

Speaker2: [00:36:10] Just come and chat, shit, get it up and then leave and lose weight as I.

Speaker3: [00:36:15] Feel good. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker1: [00:36:16] When I’m driving the gym at like 5 a.m., I’m like, what? Funny jokes? Can I make.

Speaker3: [00:36:20] People laugh.

Speaker1: [00:36:21] And I like, come up with that’s literally what.

Speaker3: [00:36:22] I’m doing.

Speaker1: [00:36:23] As I’m driving in, I walk in and just try to like, rip someone for something just to, like, lighten the mood up. Or So we’ve got a couple of new programs starting next week, Valhalla and Adonis. I want to see how much attention you guys have been paying. What is Valhalla client?

Speaker3: [00:36:38] Valhalla is the Adonis. Is the bodybuilder one to look good naked and Valhalla is the.

Speaker2: [00:36:46] Super.

Speaker3: [00:36:46] Title didn’t. Yeah, I didn’t really take much notice of Valhalla, to be honest, because I’m doing the Adonis.

Speaker1: [00:36:50] Nice. Yeah. Super total is Olympic weightlifting in Palestine. Put together in one program, which is super fun. But the if I can get shredded online for saying this but won’t make you look the best. And then Adonis is about looking good naked. So you know we’re excited for these programs coming up next week. And then we got a recovery day. So as Sharrett alluded to before, we’ve just been training like mad cunts and the recovery just hasn’t been there for us. I think, as you guys can all agree.

Speaker3: [00:37:18] So we have to wait for that ice bath. Osoba Once that comes through recovery, be back on point.

Speaker1: [00:37:22] I believe it’s actually coming.

Speaker3: [00:37:24] I thought it was coming like eight weeks ago. That what they told you that?

Speaker1: [00:37:26] Yeah, I mentioned it on the podcast. Marcus But essentially we had it coming and then they were like, Oh, COVID, we don’t have one COVID and we have to make a new one. And then I emailed them on Friday and I was like, Give me a fucking 80. And the trick was like, We’ve. Just had one pop up and I was.

Speaker3: [00:37:44] Send it so it should land about in a month or something. Friday. Oh, this Friday. Call me. Oh, fucking nice. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:37:49] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:37:50] Probably did COVID by COVID. It’s, uh, COVID hit.

Speaker1: [00:37:54] How many bars I could have sold? Fuck, yeah.

Speaker3: [00:37:56] If I have a good experience here. I’ve been hanging out for this ice bath.

Speaker1: [00:37:58] I can’t watch it the most, luckily. Fuck, yeah. So, what programmes are you doing? Are you doing Valhalla or dying to share it?

Speaker2: [00:38:05] I was thinking about it last night. Do I do a hybrid? And then I think, well, fuck.

Speaker3: [00:38:08] You know, stick to.

Speaker2: [00:38:09] 1 to 1. If you really wanna get those results, I probably gonna do a Adonis just because. I think the body.

Speaker1: [00:38:16] Can you just want to.

Speaker3: [00:38:17] It just wants to look good naked. Let’s face it, you’re almost there anyway.

Speaker2: [00:38:20] Just the body will handle it better.

Speaker3: [00:38:21] Yeah. Oh, yeah. Way better.

Speaker2: [00:38:22] Since we’ve been doing, um, a majority flex and they maybe just snatch it on Saturdays. I’ve never had issues with my knees again.

Speaker3: [00:38:28] Yeah, Yeah, my shoulders and wrists. After not doing snatch any more, so much better, I.

Speaker1: [00:38:32] I wonder if many people will turn to the dark side. I can go over to Valhalla from.

Speaker3: [00:38:38] Yeah. Something. Maybe. It depends what it, uh. Depends what the conditioning looks like on either.

Speaker1: [00:38:42] Yeah, No, they’re both the same.

Speaker3: [00:38:43] Both same? Yeah. Good. Good. Cause otherwise people will just fucking go without the conditioning.

Speaker2: [00:38:48] Yeah, people have lovely conditioning this, this week. Like, I know it’s been.

Speaker3: [00:38:51] Oh, it’s been tough, man, but it’s been fucking good.

Speaker2: [00:38:53] Everybody’s said this is, this is good.

Speaker3: [00:38:55] What’s been the toughest day.

Speaker2: [00:38:58] What has been the toughest type. Probably the one where we went first and did the power.

Speaker3: [00:39:02] Cleanse or the Thurs. Yeah. Thursday one. Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:39:06] The calories that the the other crew did before had a time cap. Yeah. Whereas there was no time. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:39:11] Tonight.

Speaker2: [00:39:11] Fuck that. So we fucking even talk.

Speaker3: [00:39:14] We went for like 14 minutes or something. I end up doing seven rounds and I was like, you know what? I’m done. I’m. I’m fucking quitting. I’m eight.

Speaker2: [00:39:21] And then probably the you went there, I think it was Wednesday.

Speaker3: [00:39:24] Wednesday, two.

Speaker2: [00:39:24] Block round 75 more.

Speaker3: [00:39:26] Balls towards the bar.

Speaker2: [00:39:28] Yep. Yeah. 50 burpees and then 25 pull ups.

Speaker3: [00:39:32] Yeah. I was holding should I about this one chair because that was the toughest day as well I’m sure. Yeah. If I can time. Yeah. I went for a run Wednesday morning.

Speaker2: [00:39:39] So I was 30 minutes capacity. It was just on guitar. Yeah. It was big.

Speaker3: [00:39:44] Yeah. She looked like she was fucking rattled when she came. I made fucked up.

Speaker1: [00:39:50] Um, so, you know, with everything we discussed with programming, writing for yourself, getting the results, you know, Sharad got results because he was training with the guerrilla, but, you know, essentially, like, environments, everything. Do you value a good program? Do you think people value a good program 100%? Not no.

Speaker3: [00:40:05] Value, good program.

Speaker2: [00:40:06] 100%. 100%.

Speaker3: [00:40:08] Actually, inside that, though, I think would be probably 8020. I think a lot of people would also would just rock up and go through the motion and don’t actually know what the program is. Some people don’t even know what fucking weaker in. Yeah, yeah. Nothing wrong with that obviously because you know whatever but they’re.

Speaker1: [00:40:20] Like when’s testing week. I’m like, we’re in it. Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:40:22] Huh. Literally do I.

Speaker2: [00:40:25] Probably didn’t appreciate what the in ness, if that’s even a word of a program until I came just as in following in the app and then actually looking at percentages and understanding that, hey, this is actually science.

Speaker3: [00:40:39] Based. Oh man. Yeah. Some of the shit that you were showing me a couple of months ago, like when it was like, if you’re fucking working at like the decimal points of fucking lift and shit, I’m like, Don’t you just go and layer and fucking throw the weight around? Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:40:51] You got that.

Speaker3: [00:40:51] Much to it? Yeah. You get hell, bro, with it, are you fucking.

Speaker2: [00:40:53] That’s good work in reverse. So, you know, now we’ve said our one arm or one arm is 180, and then from there that’s your base number. And then we use the percentages. What was it? My targets 200, and we reverse engineer it.

Speaker3: [00:41:06] Oh, I like that.

Speaker1: [00:41:07] You’re dying.

Speaker3: [00:41:08] Because the body is obviously not. Not fucking.

Speaker1: [00:41:10] I would just trick you because that would be like five by five at 80%. And then if you were doing 255 by five at 60% and you wouldn’t even know. Yeah. And that’s how it gets you doing.

Speaker2: [00:41:19] That’s why you jump. He’s jumped in the 530 amp class pretty much just fuck us.

Speaker3: [00:41:22] Fuck. Yeah, absolutely. It’s been hanging out all fucking winter for it.

Speaker2: [00:41:25] The CrossFit kids? Yeah, it’s us.

Speaker1: [00:41:29] Good.

Speaker3: [00:41:29] That’s what. What I’m sorry about in. But what program are you gonna be falling?

Speaker1: [00:41:33] Definitely. Adonis. I’m all about just getting huge now. Um, and just as big as I can get.

Speaker3: [00:41:37] You If I fucking love it, I Yeah, you run it.

Speaker1: [00:41:40] Are you done with it? My wrist is fucked.

Speaker3: [00:41:41] Really? Yeah. There’s no emotion.

Speaker1: [00:41:43] And I message cam and I was like, Don, just give me, like a program to follow for my wrist, like mobility. So, Mark, I’m really good with knees and ankles and hips and stuff like injuries and rehab and that type of wrist is like, completely.

Speaker2: [00:41:55] I go to program you can follow for your results. Yeah, I’ll tell you to.

Speaker1: [00:41:58] I’m banned from that one.

Speaker3: [00:41:59] Fifth Amendment.

Speaker1: [00:42:01] So I’ll probably have to spend 12 weeks doing mobility. But it honestly, man, it kills to just leave it really go to that position. So I don’t know if you guys see me do like barbell. What’s this week. I fucking awful at it.

Speaker3: [00:42:11] Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:42:11] I just can’t bend my wrist anymore.

Speaker2: [00:42:13] Are you using straps on front Square? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Speaker3: [00:42:16] Those, those, uh. Those, um. What We don’t those heap cleans on Thursday. Yeah. Yeah, that would have. I can hurt.

Speaker1: [00:42:23] Suck at it. So yeah, I’m just enjoying just being a bro. It’s been a while since I’ve been a bro.

Speaker2: [00:42:28] So I’m not going to lie. When there was, like six of us sitting on the bench just doing a concentrated bicep curl.

Speaker3: [00:42:33] Oh, fuck, yeah. Oh, I can feel my fucking ball was growing a literally after that. Oh yeah. And they know. Should I? I’ll just get straight in there as well. She’s like, oh fucking oh. Killing the man. Yeah. Fucking oh she’s out there doing fucking ten kilos and shit. Fuck.

Speaker1: [00:42:48] You know, I tell myself that. Anyway, we’re talking sex in the workplace. Seven out of ten people on average in Australia have had sex or sexual relationship with a coworker. Surprising.

Speaker3: [00:43:02] Um, yes and no. Probably not actually, because fucking people get cosy really quick. You know, you have the old Friday beers, people get cosy. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:43:11] Sure.

Speaker2: [00:43:12] It’s not surprise at all. And I reckon the big correlation is time spent. So the car industry. 60 hours a week. Very sexual police force for in sexual mean you’re on ship for a week and we’re 12 hours in each other’s pocket. You start to see other side of people and.

Speaker3: [00:43:30] Yeah. I’ve only ever worked in that very men related job so far. So besides the only one that would be sex in the in the workplace would be when I was FIFO up north. Fucking people rooted all the time up there. Really. All the time. Yeah. Fuck yeah.

Speaker1: [00:43:44] Like of, like extramarital, like everything.

Speaker3: [00:43:47] Oh yeah. Fuck, yeah. Everything. Everything. Everything goes up there because you’re in a fucking little chalet. Some people go in for weeks on fucking, you know, one week off, you know, you see one female, it’s very female dominant up there now. But when I was up there, yeah, it’d be like 100 blokes, like three females, something, girls were like, Yeah, but some of the girls up there, almost blokes anyway. Um, but that’s probably the only one where I’ve really seen like sex in the workplace, but everything else, it’s been a very male. Everything.

Speaker1: [00:44:12] Yeah, right.

Speaker3: [00:44:13] For me at least. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:44:14] I used to work in, uh, well, I worked, worked in a gym. Obviously. That was fucking fuck first.

Speaker3: [00:44:18] Like, I could say that. Yeah, it was.

Speaker1: [00:44:21] Crazy. Yeah. Um, yeah, like women have from fucking 18 to 60 where, like, just keen, like, it just didn’t ever matter just because you were a trainer. And then I used to work in a bar, the breakwater, and that was like we’d have after work drinks and it was fucking all young and old.

Speaker3: [00:44:36] That’s the thing. Just once the alcohol gets into it like fucking yeah, big time.

Speaker1: [00:44:39] And then I worked in a pizza shop as well delivering pizzas when I was 17. But everyone in the work that was men and there were like 60 and fat, so like, no, fuck that.

Speaker3: [00:44:48] Yeah. I worked in a trade shop as well. Eagle Boys. Yeah, I was a delivered a boys delivery driver. Fucking hate it. Every second of it. I used to earn like fucking $14 an hour and then obviously work like a three hour shift, which I hated. That was the hardest 3 hours of my entire life. And then after the. Yeah, fuck yeah. After work, after school as well. Fucking sucked. And then so obviously making 14 bucks an hour or something. And then after the shift to make a pizza, I obviously have to pay for it. There’s an hour worth of my work as well. Fucking sucked. I hated.

Speaker1: [00:45:15] That. What’s the wildest workplace story you’ve heard? It doesn’t have to be specific codenames, but anything to share with the World Wide Web. Workplace story in a workplace you’ve worked in.

Speaker3: [00:45:31] Come back to American. But that’s out of.

Speaker2: [00:45:35] All the dealerships. I’ve worked at it. There’s a lot of it going on after.

Speaker1: [00:45:41] Is it like. Like catfights and stuff?

Speaker2: [00:45:43] No. You’ve had the, um. Yeah, I probably do have I do have a story, but I probably won’t lay that one on here until after. There’s a lot of it. Like once again, in our industry, because you’re dealing with big personalities, you’re dealing with car salesmen and a lot of these sort of admin girls who’ve got their partner at home, that’s just Joe Blow. And then they come to work. They see in these sales guys and they’re like, just they know how to fucking talk.

Speaker3: [00:46:10] Oh fuck, yeah.

Speaker2: [00:46:11] See what they own it. And I think they get caught up a bit in that. We do see that quite often. I know that actually. I’ve seen every site I’ve worked out.

Speaker1: [00:46:19] Yeah, really.

Speaker3: [00:46:20] Cool. Oh really? Yeah. Then I saw like up north taped cheating going up there.

Speaker1: [00:46:24] But do you think sex disrupts the culture of a workplace?

Speaker3: [00:46:31] Uh, yeah, it can. Yeah, depending on. Depending on how it’s. Yeah, depending on how it’s ended. Ended. You know what I mean? Like, obviously, if the boss is great, how do.

Speaker1: [00:46:39] You manage it? You know what I mean? Like, I’m thinking if the bottle. Well, yeah, well.

Speaker2: [00:46:42] I’ll talk openly here. So I actually I met Katie when I. When I worked with her. Yeah. So I’d gone through my divorce, everything. I actually hated Katie. Well, actually, I really dislike Katie for the first part. About the.

Speaker1: [00:46:53] Shares. What? By the way.

Speaker3: [00:46:54] Yeah, you disliked.

Speaker2: [00:46:55] Oh, we hate each other.

Speaker3: [00:46:56] Oh, really? Yeah. Yeah. We haven’t, like, angry sex and stuff. Just fucking hate you. But I remember.

Speaker2: [00:47:01] When she started to some 21 year old blonde girl, and I was like, What the fuck is this thing this big? She just looks. I love you, babe, but she just looks nowhere. And, you know, she knows this. I can talk to this anyway. I’ll end up getting divorced later. And that. And we ended up having a relationship, but we kept a professional as well at work, so we managed it ourselves so that I didn’t ever have to have my boss step in and. And say that, you know. So I mean, some of the blues we had because there is there is a relationship there, but you’re also trying to keep it professional, you know, So that probably lasted for about two years. And then she’s like, I gotta get out here.

Speaker3: [00:47:36] So she yeah, I, I wouldn’t ever be able to work with Kiani, love it a bit and all that, but it’s good to have the break I reckon.

Speaker2: [00:47:42] Yeah. Now out to departments could be at conflict as well, quite, quite regularly daily. So you know when you tell her to fuck off it’s not like me telling you to fuck off and we just get on with it. It’s like it can get in the way. Absolutely.

Speaker3: [00:47:55] I feel like you get.

Speaker1: [00:47:56] Real strict on it with my employees. It’s like in our contract, so no fucking members kind of thing like you done. So I’ve had that in the past. Like it’s been a fucking shit fight at the gym with people doing that. So, like, that’s not fucking a member. Other members get pissed off, like, you know, and then it just becomes like fucking members and all sorts of shit. Because I’ve been in the fitness industry, I know what it’s like. And then you get like members of the fucking which you can’t really do anything about. But you know, I would say there is a strong correlation with gyms that have a lot of people fucking and drama.

Speaker3: [00:48:25] Oh fuck.

Speaker1: [00:48:26] Yeah. Very strong. Yeah. You just don’t want it.

Speaker3: [00:48:28] So obviously your employees are allowed to fuck if they were in a relationship.

Speaker1: [00:48:32] Well, they can do what the fuck they want. Full stop. You can’t really stop any of it, but it’s very like, discouraged. Yeah. Yeah. Unless they’re in a relationship with. Yeah. You know, fucking pages engaged.

Speaker3: [00:48:42] So that’s what I’m worried about. Those aren’t fucking then.

Speaker1: [00:48:45] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:48:46] Like you.

Speaker1: [00:48:46] Can’t fuck.

Speaker3: [00:48:47] Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:48:49] Cool for the dude.

Speaker3: [00:48:50] But yeah.

Speaker2: [00:48:52] It’s okay. Like, uh, if it continued. But you’re right. Like, if it was just a fucking three month thing, just. Oh, it just. Yeah, it would be.

Speaker3: [00:48:59] Well, cause that’s how Rome is a fucking spread as well. And then the one person.

Speaker1: [00:49:03] Fuck shit. Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:49:05] Yeah. Missions.

Speaker1: [00:49:06] Yeah, yeah. Absolute crazy. Anyway, my advice on this is don’t party with people in your workplace. I think like, I think alcohol.

Speaker3: [00:49:13] Yeah, it works. Work. Yeah, it works work. I mean, even I was at. No, actually we won’t touch on that. Sorry. Yeah. We’ll backtrack on that bit. Not me related, but my job related. I will just won’t go there. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:49:27] Wink, wink, nudge, nudge. All right, guys, final topic today. We’re talking about, um, Indonesia bans six. We’ll go into Clint for this. He’s the man of crazy shit at the moment. So tell us the story.

Speaker3: [00:49:39] What’s going on? Yeah, I mean, I only just saw it on Channel seven News, but Indonesia banned sex. I initially thought it was for everyone, and I was like, Good luck with that cunt. Um, but.

Speaker2: [00:49:50] But.

Speaker3: [00:49:52] But. Turns out it’s actually only for their main. Their what do you call their citizens. Yeah because obviously you it be Yeah. Bit hard to obviously place over there but there’s a few things about it so first off is obviously how could they have placed it if if it was for tourists as well. Like do you have to obviously walk in your fucking, your person inside the in your hotel and you’re like what, is there a place outside your door or something?

Speaker2: [00:50:19] Just listening in on the customs declaration. Do you plan to.

Speaker3: [00:50:21] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Um, but it turns out so it’s only obviously towards their, their, their people. So obviously it’s a very Muslim dense country.

Speaker1: [00:50:35] 85.

Speaker3: [00:50:36] Samples. So a family member has to actually dob you in as well. You can’t, they’re not just gonna pick you up off the streets. They you have to be dobbed in by a family member specifically. You also can’t live together before marriage. They’ve they’ve canned that for their their people and like I don’t think it’s gonna change the tourism at all to be honest in my opinion like the first when it first came out on Channel seven, like it was very don’t go to party anymore, you know, this is going to ruin tourism, blah, blah, blah. But then when you actually research into it, it’s, it’s not to do with anything to do with us at all. Um, I mean, each of their own. I’m not Muslim so you know.

Speaker1: [00:51:17] If the story on this, um, so I was flying to Spain and I was on a plane and I was on the window seat, and then doors closed, this Muslim girl, like, full, like burka get up, and her mom comes sit next to me like one, too. So the girl sitting next to me, I couldn’t even see shit. Like, literally just two eyes. Ninja Fall Ninja. And then her mom got moved and I was sitting next to this girl and she took off her burka and it was just like a hot chick, like a hot Muslim chick. And then I was kind of like, Fuck this, my chance. Let’s chat to, like, see what’s going on here. So I was like, Hey. And she could speak English like perfectly whatever, and she would chat to me and she was like, Oh, don’t let me let my mom see me talking to you. And I was like, Okay, this is fucking hell or weird. And we got talking and I was it was a 12 hour flight from Dubai to London or 11 hours or whatever. So I was like, Fuck sick. Like, we got time here.

Speaker3: [00:52:08] We’re locked in. A You’re not going anywhere. You cannot escape.

Speaker1: [00:52:12] I’m gonna find out everything there is to find anyway, probably like 6 hours. And I was like, So what’s it like? Like dating, like, as a muslim? And she’s like, You can’t. Unless it’s, like, approved by my dad.

Speaker3: [00:52:22] Yeah. They, they get given their, their man don’t they.

Speaker1: [00:52:24] They get given. So she was promised to some guy and she start telling me a story about one of her neighbors she was having sex with like another neighbor. And her dad found out and her dad actually killed her because she was so embarrassed, killed their own daughter. Fuck.

Speaker3: [00:52:40] Fucking insane.

Speaker1: [00:52:42] Yeah. Um, and she was telling me all sorts of stories like that and, like, you know, this is how seriously some of these countries and religions take this stuff and, like, I’m not. I don’t mean to laugh at that. It’s fucking terrible. But like, I’m just saying, like, this is how crazy We’re like, Oh yeah, you can fuck someone outside of marriage. Like, Oh good, because that’s how Western ways. But you know, they take this shit real seriously.

Speaker3: [00:53:02] Yeah. Oh, fuck, yeah. You get stoned to death if you do it. Yeah. You get insane.

Speaker1: [00:53:05] You get fucked up.

Speaker3: [00:53:07] Did you? So just so you said that when the mum moved, she took a burka off or she just quickly give you a flash, like, Well, there’s my face and that’s gone.

Speaker1: [00:53:13] She was like, um. Like it’s a choice. Almost like you don’t have to because she wasn’t married to someone.

Speaker3: [00:53:19] Oh, okay. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:53:20] It’s like when you’re sworn to someone.

Speaker3: [00:53:22] You have to.

Speaker1: [00:53:22] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:53:23] Yeah. Whenever you’re out in public. So the woman has to stay home at all times unless the man is with her in public. And if the man is with her in public, then she has to be fully covered from head to toe. Pretty crazy, in my opinion. But obviously, yeah, once again, we’re not Muslim, so we have no idea. But I was looking into this and like back in the day, women in like especially Afghanistan, for example, they never used to fully, fully have to cover up. It’s only in the last like 30 years, really, correct me if I’m wrong, but that’s that’s what I see. That’s what I saw. Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:53:53] There’s there’s two different sectors, the Shia and the Sunni. And I think it’s the Shia.

Speaker3: [00:53:56] That say, Oh, you’ve done your race. I didn’t even know fucking anything else.

Speaker1: [00:53:59] Yeah, you got that.

Speaker2: [00:54:02] There is different interpretations of Islam as there is with Christianity. Yeah. Like you get some real fucking hardliners and you get some not hardliners, but just track them back to the Bali peace. I think the issue with it is Indonesia. Bali is in Indonesia like it is, but we don’t see it like that and the Balinese aren’t Muslim.

Speaker3: [00:54:22] Yeah, more face.

Speaker2: [00:54:23] What does the law mean for.

Speaker3: [00:54:24] Them, you know. Yeah, really it’s more towards like Jakarta and all that. They’re heavily and, and the.

Speaker1: [00:54:28] Hindu way in Bali mostly.

Speaker3: [00:54:30] Is mostly Hindu. Yeah. Yeah. Which is where you see them doing their um, uh Hinduism is like a very calm, peaceful religion all for um, where. Yeah, like at Jakarta and Jakarta. Jakarta. What are the fuck. It’s code.

Speaker1: [00:54:44] Pretty sure that’s a software company.

Speaker3: [00:54:46] There’s a, um. It starts with s as well.

Speaker2: [00:54:49] Something from.

Speaker3: [00:54:50] Sumatra sound. Yeah, that monkeys. But, uh, there, there. Yeah, that’s. That’s where it’s mainly obviously aimed at. Why though, obviously cause it’s just religion. But why bring it in now. It must be going bad. Well, the president I think it’s there. I’m pretty sure they call all my president over there in in Bali. Yeah, it is present. It’s actually he’s actually come out with a new law as well where you can’t insult him any more, whether it’s in person, social media online till your mate or all mate. Next what’s what’s over east. Uh, Dan Andrews. Dan and I. Can I count? But yeah, you can’t. You can’t insult the president over there either.

Speaker1: [00:55:29] Yeah, it’s crazy.

Speaker3: [00:55:30] Fuck.

Speaker1: [00:55:31] So. Do you think this would be stopping Western is fucking?

Speaker3: [00:55:35] Absolutely not.

Speaker1: [00:55:37] I think it wouldn’t be in the corner of your mind.

Speaker3: [00:55:40] No, I don’t think so. Because most of the people that go to Bali are like a true blue Aussie type thing, and I don’t think they give a single fuck. Yeah. Like if they’re gonna fuckin it’s.

Speaker2: [00:55:49] Got a there’s a big prostitute industry there as well. Is that inherently.

Speaker3: [00:55:53] Well yeah. If you walk down small.

Speaker1: [00:55:55] Yeah. Where do you go. What’s the street.

Speaker2: [00:55:58] Just out man. Yeah. Or if it’s.

Speaker3: [00:56:01] Sex, if men everywhere, If you just walk down fucking next to what was Skarsgard and fucking get the old tap on the shoulder. It’s probably a dude, but she looks like a girl and fucking the old Robin Daggy. Yeah, I’ve been knocking on the shoulder many, many times over there. Really? For sure. Even man, Even during the day, like when you’re walking just down the path of like any, any straight and you walk past that like a standard massage massage. Don’t you get the Oh Aussie boy you come in my SAS. Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:56:24] They being Indonesian.

Speaker3: [00:56:27] Yeah. But then I think it’s only I don’t know is the law to Muslims or is it law in all of Indonesia.

Speaker2: [00:56:33] Just being Indonesian law. It would be a blanket law. I mean they, they wouldn’t, they wouldn’t let me check it.

Speaker3: [00:56:40] I mean it does, it does say it. Yeah. It does say Indonesia bans sex outside marriage. So the big thing is though, you can’t also live live together before marriage because obviously then you’d be fucking.

Speaker1: [00:56:49] Or that’s a crazy test. That’s how you know, if they’re good or not.

Speaker3: [00:56:52] Absolutely. Yeah. I wonder what’s the.

Speaker2: [00:56:56] Only time you get to see the true colours of your partner? Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:56:59] Yeah. Crazy. But what’s their like, Divorce rates over there? Do that. Can you get divorced over there once you. I don’t think you have a choice.

Speaker1: [00:57:04] Yeah, Yeah, it’s locked in. I think that’s how it should be. Not like share it. Having seven wives, you know, like it’s just like one and done.

Speaker3: [00:57:11] So apparently it belongs to the old Dutch heritage. Don’t know how, but, um, now the, uh, sex before marriage, some some Dutch people.

Speaker1: [00:57:23] Crazy Dutch.

Speaker3: [00:57:23] Dutch people out there reach out to us and let us know.

Speaker1: [00:57:25] Let us not. Obviously, we, uh, mostly uneducated. Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:57:29] Very uneducated.

Speaker2: [00:57:31] We used to be called Batavia, which is was an old Dutch colony.

Speaker1: [00:57:34] Really? You know this one?

Speaker3: [00:57:35] Yeah. I didn’t even know that.

Speaker1: [00:57:36] Walking like Wikipedia.

Speaker2: [00:57:38] Yeah, I got Aljazeera in history books.

Speaker1: [00:57:41] Yeah.

Speaker3: [00:57:43] I mean, I’m going to Bali and I’m. I mean, I’m married anyway, so fucking whatever bit, you know.

Speaker1: [00:57:47] Yeah. We’re all. Yeah.

Speaker2: [00:57:48] Shut off the podcast. Tim reckons he would have done a 25 year sentence.

Speaker1: [00:57:53] Let’s not bring that up because my wife doesn’t listen anyway. So it’s all good.

Speaker3: [00:57:57] There’s a lot of alcohol over there. So there’s, there’s going to be people fucking all the time. What happened? What about a what if, say, for example, I wasn’t married. What if I fucked a muslim chick? Am I?

Speaker1: [00:58:07] We both fucked, bro. Yeah. You are sworn to.

Speaker3: [00:58:10] Fucking lock me.

Speaker1: [00:58:11] Up. I think.

Speaker3: [00:58:12] Lock me.

Speaker1: [00:58:12] Up. I’m pretty sure it’s like, pretty proper to them. Not like us or it’s like, whatever.

Speaker3: [00:58:16] They probably wouldn’t be out there if I can look for it, I.

Speaker1: [00:58:19] Yeah, well, it’s not special to us as far as I can tell. You.

Speaker2: [00:58:23] Don’t cry afterwards.

Speaker1: [00:58:24] Like, I’d definitely felt like, in pain.

Speaker3: [00:58:27] We’re going to march. Um, it it might. It might A few people might not go to Bali anymore. The people there, too scared of COVID still like those type of.

Speaker1: [00:58:34] People still wearing masks?

Speaker3: [00:58:35] Yeah, those type of people. I mean, I’m all for it. Don’t go to Bali fucking. The less people in Bali, the better for us. Yeah.

Speaker1: [00:58:41] So, Matt, we’re going in like three weeks. We’ve been off six flights.

Speaker3: [00:58:46] Are you going to be paying are you going to be paying at least like a grand to go?

Speaker2: [00:58:49] Yeah. We look for flights like we keep looking at and it’s expensive, but like, nah.

Speaker3: [00:58:53] Keep putting it off. It will go down.

Speaker2: [00:58:54] Like we’re all going, Yeah, I don’t know what we’re booking flights, price dip, maybe. I don’t.

Speaker3: [00:58:58] Know. Um, there’s a good app called Hopper. Yeah, we’re not sponsored. Sponsor us. Hopper. Um, it’s called Fuck someone.

Speaker1: [00:59:05] Please check on that up ourselves. Like sponsored by Helix.

Speaker3: [00:59:10] Jimmy Yeah, check out Hopper app tells you when to take flights. I’m sure you’ve missed the boat, though. It’s you going next month. But what, you go on three weeks.

Speaker2: [00:59:19] It’s gone. Yeah Super excited though.

Speaker3: [00:59:22] You left that a bit late. What? What can you tell us more about it? What is it?

Speaker1: [00:59:26] We have our retreat. We working out a.

Speaker3: [00:59:31] Lot of heard and.

Speaker1: [00:59:32] Partying. A lot. Uh, so it’s a bit more of a party retreat then. Oh, really? It used to be. So we have basically from 3:00, send it 3 p.m. and then from seven to twos, train hard and then rinse and repeat and just lots of fun experiences and extramarital sex. So that’s, that’s in a nutshell. That’s what it is. I tend not to plan that much of it because I’ve planned retreats before this to be my 10th retreat and I’ve had it super planned ones where I’ve written out a full plan for the week and then it changes anyway because stuff happens.

Speaker3: [01:00:03] So you kind of let it happen.

Speaker1: [01:00:04] You know, after one workout people might be fucked up and then can’t do something hectic after that. So it’s kind of like we have a really thick group. So I’ll tell you, in terms of training, it’s going to be crazy. Craziest shit we did last time was like 1000 calories for time in partners on one machine.

Speaker3: [01:00:20] I will definitely do.

Speaker1: [01:00:20] It.

Speaker3: [01:00:21] After after a heavy day on the beers as well the previous day. That would fucking do it.

Speaker1: [01:00:26] I yeah we did it at this place called We Fit, which is like a basically like an outdoor gym and like a rice paddy. Super nice, but you get off. You do like 30 cows and you’re fucking heaving like you were literally like on the floor, like heaving. And then you just keep going.

Speaker3: [01:00:39] 2 hours. We’ve done, we’ve done, um, we’ve done 500 calories in, in at Helix before, and that’s with like three people and that’s fucking tough after. Yeah. Or Yeah. Plus the beers the previous day.

Speaker2: [01:00:51] Yeah. In July or whenever I went and trained that I just died.

Speaker3: [01:00:56] I um, when I, when I recently went, I’d had the aim of training and then just the old Rodon was getting trained with bees and said, did the job.

Speaker1: [01:01:03] It’s good now. I’m super excited. We got another one in May, and then later in the year my friend Keegan might be there. He’s crazy, motherfucker, so hopefully he’s not there for your sake. Just to I’ll.

Speaker3: [01:01:13] Dude, I’ll be. I’ll be hanging out for the November one. Yeah. I haven’t heard about this. Maybe one.

Speaker1: [01:01:20] Or two.

Speaker2: [01:01:21] Are you going to go Bali again in May.

Speaker1: [01:01:23] Yeah, but all the water or like on one of the islands.

Speaker3: [01:01:26] On one of the islands here. Right. Yeah. So Langkawi.

Speaker2: [01:01:29] Gili to get.

Speaker3: [01:01:30] To Langkawi. Is that in. That’s Bali or is that Thailand. Langkawi. Langkawi Island. Thailand is it. Yeah. Scratch that then. Yeah. I haven’t heard about this May one yet. What’s, what’s going on there.

Speaker1: [01:01:40] Everything’s planned. I just did my 2023 plan next year for Helix. Everything’s locked in with dates and stuff. We just need to come up with, like, a marketing plan for them all and then lock it in. But we’ve changed location every time all of our ten retreats, because we wanted to find the best locations. But kind of what you know is not really one best one.

Speaker3: [01:01:59] They all pretty good good.

Speaker1: [01:02:00] For like that time in that moment. And I feel like if you go out we’ve been back to the same spot twice like one after another and it’s just like you’re bringing in old memories. You’re like, Oh, last time you.

Speaker3: [01:02:10] On something.

Speaker1: [01:02:10] X and then you just trying to compare retreats or retreats.

Speaker3: [01:02:14] Are you aiming for more, say, around the beach or you’re interested in going to Ubud as well?

Speaker1: [01:02:17] Nah, Uber it’s a bit of a melt. Um, the best thing about like Changi retreats is the tapes stuff to do so you can like change breakfast spot, change dinner spot all the time, like every day, which is half the fun. Everyone’s got their own scooter or fucking winging around, like being crazy. So it’s like super fun. Yeah, it’s like you’re a fucking ten year old kid in a 30 year old body, and.

Speaker3: [01:02:37] It’s just fucking every day. Rich Yeah, as well. You know, it’s.

Speaker1: [01:02:42] Like everyone’s a millionaire.

Speaker3: [01:02:43] It’s. Well, it’s fucking. Chang Last time I went, Jango is fucking pretty expensive nowadays. A Yeah, like $4 for a beer and shit compared to $2.

Speaker1: [01:02:50] So that’s so.

Speaker3: [01:02:52] Cheap. Oh, it’s even like the meals and stuff I’m just used to. I like going to Bali and sitting on like a plastic chair on the beach eating cheap statistics that cost me three bucks drinking a ice cold pint, and that’s come out of frogs. See, that’s my go to Bali. None of this Instagram is shit, but I’ll be hanging out for November’s retreat, that’s for sure.

Speaker1: [01:03:10] Going to be.

Speaker3: [01:03:10] Fun.

Speaker1: [01:03:10] That’s definitely. Yeah. I can’t wait. Um, yeah, Steph’s got a few business ones on the back of it, so we’re doing, like, fitness first. Then you do a business retreat straight after.

Speaker3: [01:03:18] So all ready. So you still have.

Speaker1: [01:03:19] That back to back to get something though. Yeah. It’d be like two weeks just to get it done because we’re flying back and forth like, all the time.

Speaker3: [01:03:25] It’s a lot of money.

Speaker1: [01:03:26] Even like Bali is only 3 hours for us, but it’s a full day because you’ve got to get the airport. Airport early transfers like it’s fucking full days. Yeah. So yeah, that’s it. Um, anything coming up? Absolute. No, we’re on pause.

Speaker3: [01:03:38] We’re on pause at the moment. Yeah. My, uh, will be definitely coming back next year, so stay tuned. Cool.

Speaker1: [01:03:44] And anything coming up for you, Sharon? Just being a mad cunt, just working hard, being a leader.

Speaker2: [01:03:48] Oh, just being a dad.

Speaker1: [01:03:50] Been a dad daddy things this year.

Speaker2: [01:03:52] So maybe. Maybe one in the pipeline for next year.

Speaker3: [01:03:55] Nice. Another one I can look at.

Speaker1: [01:03:57] Listen to this. Your dad’s just a pure legend.

Speaker2: [01:03:59] Yeah.

Speaker3: [01:04:00] Looks really good in Speedos, too. I love that photo, man. It’s so good. Like, it could be.

Speaker1: [01:04:06] Still in my background. Thanks, guys.

Speaker2: [01:04:09] Cheers. Thank you. That was a good boys.


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