‘Don’t say anything to me about guns, love!’ Michelle Bridges recalls hilarious moment an inmate misunderstood her pep talk as she and Steve ‘Commando’ Willis visit Silverwater …

Michelle Bridges and partner Steve ‘Commando’ Willis, were invited to train a group of 30-50 inmates at Silverwater jail in Sydney’s West.

And during an appearance on The Morning Show earlier this week, the mother-of-one recalled the hilarious moment a prisoner misunderstood her pep talk.

Making reference to building arm muscles with the word guns, the 46-year-old told co-hosts Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies: ‘(She said) Don’t say anything to me about guns, love!’ 

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'Don't say anything to me about guns, love!' Michelle Bridges, 46, recalled the hilarious moment an inmate misunderstood her pep talk, as she and partner Steve 'Commando' Willis, 41, visited Silverwater jail

'Don't say anything to me about guns, love!' Michelle Bridges, 46, recalled the hilarious moment an inmate misunderstood her pep talk, as she and partner Steve 'Commando' Willis, 41, visited Silverwater jail

‘Don’t say anything to me about guns, love!’ Michelle Bridges, 46, recalled the hilarious moment an inmate misunderstood her pep talk, as she and partner Steve ‘Commando’ Willis, 41, visited Silverwater jail

Recalling the lighthearted moment with the inmate, Michelle said on-air: ‘It was actually quite a funny moment. We decided to do the workout first to kind of decompress everyone and then we sat down and talked to them.

‘In my head, I kept saying “Don’t say anything inappropriate!”. I was like, “Come on girls, these guns aren’t going to build up on their own!”‘

Sharing the unexpected response from the inmate, Michelle went on to say: ‘(She said) Don’t say anything to me about guns, love!’ 

Setting the scene: Recalling the lighthearted moment with the inmate, Michelle said on-air: 'It was actually quite a funny moment. We decided to do the workout first to kind of decompress everyone and then we sat down and talked to them'

Setting the scene: Recalling the lighthearted moment with the inmate, Michelle said on-air: 'It was actually quite a funny moment. We decided to do the workout first to kind of decompress everyone and then we sat down and talked to them'

Setting the scene: Recalling the lighthearted moment with the inmate, Michelle said on-air: ‘It was actually quite a funny moment. We decided to do the workout first to kind of decompress everyone and then we sat down and talked to them’

Hilarious: ‘In my head, I kept saying “Don’t say anything inappropriate!”. I was like, “Come on girls, these guns aren’t going to build up on their own!”‘ Sharing the unexpected response from the inmate, Michelle went on to say: ‘(She said) Don’t say anything to me about guns, love!’

Michelle and partner Steve ‘Commando’ Willis, 41, appeared on the Channel Seven morning program, to discuss their recent visit to Silverwater Correctional Complex in Sydney’s west.

The couple were approached to train a group of 30-50 female inmates in a Biggest Loser-type program.

Michelle and Steve, who welcomed a child together, son Axel in December 2015, remain passionate in helping to transform people’s lives through health and fitness.

Expert tip: Speaking to Body+Soul recently, Michelle said that an important aspect of getting fit is making sure you sort out your mental state: 'Sometimes that choice comes down to the circles you move in, and sometimes you need to cut away from those circles'

Expert tip: Speaking to Body+Soul recently, Michelle said that an important aspect of getting fit is making sure you sort out your mental state: 'Sometimes that choice comes down to the circles you move in, and sometimes you need to cut away from those circles'

Expert tip: Speaking to Body+Soul recently, Michelle said that an important aspect of getting fit is making sure you sort out your mental state: ‘Sometimes that choice comes down to the circles you move in, and sometimes you need to cut away from those circles’

Speaking to Body+Soul recently, Michelle said that an important aspect of getting fit is making sure you sort out your mental state.

‘Sometimes that choice comes down to the circles you move in, and sometimes you need to cut away from those circles,’ she said.

‘As hard as that may seem if you’re friends are continually pulling you into a place that your gut instinct is telling you this is really not serving me well, then it might be time to reevaluate who you are hanging out with.’ 

Since ending her role as a trainer on Channel Ten’s The Biggest Loser, Michelle has gone on to become a Medibank Private ambassador where she promotes public health campaigns.   

New chapter: Michelle and Steve called time on their role as trainers on Channel Ten's reality series The Biggest Loser 

New chapter: Michelle and Steve called time on their role as trainers on Channel Ten's reality series The Biggest Loser 

New chapter: Michelle and Steve called time on their role as trainers on Channel Ten’s reality series The Biggest Loser 

Precious: The high-profile couple welcomed their first child together, son Axel, in December 2015

Precious: The high-profile couple welcomed their first child together, son Axel, in December 2015

Precious: The high-profile couple welcomed their first child together, son Axel, in December 2015

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