Halik on a bike road about as far south as we could go
The working class is generally in shape and the leisure class isn’t. The former have six packs and are ripped from farming or loading trucks all day while the latter are flaccid and flabby from sitting in desks. One gets paid to work and the other pays to work out. This seems, to me, an opportunity. You can get rich people to pay you for something akin to a gym membership. Then you hire them out to people unloading boats or delivering goods. Get paid on both ends.
The plan is basically simple. Colombo professionals and landed gentry pay for a holistic workout program. This includes physically running around Colombo delivering things, including wheelbarrow loads of goods and refuse. It also includes unloading containers in Pettah, digging roads and, like, drawing water from wells. This covers cardio, shoulders, back and triceps, etc. They pay for this, say Rs. 7,000 a month.
Then, in turn, you get paid by the guys in Pettah, the RDA and whoever needs well water, etc. Part of that money goes into compensation and vocational training for the displaced workers and the rest goes into pocket. A simple plan.