Free State Police Officials Workout To Allegedly Get Rid Of Big Bellies #MkhabaMustFall. Police officials in South Africa have been criticised for being unfit on the field.
Police officials in South Africa have been criticised for being unfit on the field. Well, it seems like Free State police officials will not be criticised for being unfit anymore. This is all thanks to Rampolokeng ‘Boxer’ Mkutshane who is from the South African National Defence Force’s 44 Parachute Regiment.
The police officials, traffic police officials, correctional service workers and other law enforcers went to the training session guided by Rampolokeng Mkutshane at the Lengau Traffic Department in Mangaung. The programme is titled #MkhabaMustFall, aimed at the officials that operate with the public. The South African National Defence Force’s 44 Parachute Regiment employee started being a trainer for government workers in 2013 at the army grounds in Bloemfontein. The man says he began with about 60 members but now he has hundreds of people coming to workout. He says the traffic department is the training grounds because it is central.
“We’re helping those who want to burn fat and gain muscle. Together we’r proving that nothing is impossible,” says Rampolokeng Mkutshane. The police officials say that they each gave him R150 per month for his time to fight the big belly. However, the gym instructor says he used the money to purchase more equipment. An official says the project’s aim was to learn how to be physically and mentally prepared.
by Alexandra Ramaite