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    No gym or equipment-- best free workouts?

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    I've got the local park and my very tiny living room, any ideas how to get started with Primal workouts? I'm thinking lunges and sprinting at the nearby park but... what else? What kinds of heaving lifting could I do? I'm sure you've seen this kind of post a zillion times but maybe one more won't hurt.

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    wall/incline/decline/regular push-ups, squats,pistol squats, burpees, mountain climbers, pull ups/chin ups, planks

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    CC, PBF, You are your own gym, anything by Ross Enamait
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    Thanks!

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    I would have to say that Primal Blueprint Fitness would be the best fit for what you have described. Nothing to buy, no gym necessary, and a free download. You can pick up more along the way, but the pushup, pullup, squat and plank regimen prescribed in PBF, along with some sprinting provide a great base for fitness.

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    10bx for women is what my wife does in our living room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharvil1234 View Post
    I would have to say that Primal Blueprint Fitness would be the best fit for what you have described. Nothing to buy, no gym necessary, and a free download. You can pick up more along the way, but the pushup, pullup, squat and plank regimen prescribed in PBF, along with some sprinting provide a great base for fitness.
    Quote Originally Posted by Diogenes View Post
    I would have to say that Primal Blueprint Fitness would be the best fit for what you have described. Nothing to buy, no gym necessary, and a free download. You can pick up more along the way, but the pushup, pullup, squat and plank regimen prescribed in PBF, along with some sprinting provide a great base for fitness.
    Hmmmm......
    Went Primal: 20 DEC 2011
    Starting: 6'1" 220 lbs
    Starting Energy: "bleh...."
    Current: 183 lbs @ 8.33% BF (Jackson/Pollock 4 caliper method)
    Current Energy: "WOOHOO!" See my journal HERE.

    "Paleo? Try it, but be wary of the cult mentality that comes with it. Paleovangelists are everywhere and a bit scary."

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    Not that I disagree, but hmmmm.....

    OP, look up Al Kavadlo as well..... dude is nuts! (I say that in the most complimentary fashion)
    Went Primal: 20 DEC 2011
    Starting: 6'1" 220 lbs
    Starting Energy: "bleh...."
    Current: 183 lbs @ 8.33% BF (Jackson/Pollock 4 caliper method)
    Current Energy: "WOOHOO!" See my journal HERE.

    "Paleo? Try it, but be wary of the cult mentality that comes with it. Paleovangelists are everywhere and a bit scary."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BONZ View Post
    Hmmmm......

    I was thinking more like...WTF?

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    Primal Blueprint Expert Certification
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    Thanks guys! I went and looked at the PBF-- yay for free! I'm jotting down some ideas and suggestions, thanks so much!

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