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16 Apr

Live Blogging from PrimalCon 2011 – Day 2

Hello, everyone! This is the editor of Mark’s Daily Apple, Aaron Fox, reporting on select events from the field. Check back throughout the day for text, photo and video updates from day two of PrimalCon 2011.

9:45 am-11-45 am: Survivor-style Team Challenge, and VitaMove/Gorilla Ninja Session with Angelo dela Cruz.

1:15 pm-5:00 pm: Outdoor Play – Ultimate Frisbee with Mark, Primal Blueprint Fitness Challenge with Brad Kearns, and barefoot running with Barefoot Ted.

You want comments? We got comments:

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  1. any chance there will be a PrimalCon on the east coast at some point??

    Burn wrote on April 16th, 2011
    • i second this request

      Kornelia wrote on April 16th, 2011
    • i agree as well

      Jeremy wrote on April 16th, 2011
  2. I hope you’re all having lots of fun, today! Hope you enjoy that awesome Southern California weather!

    Hal wrote on April 16th, 2011
  3. PrimalCon: UK Edition pls

    Richard wrote on April 16th, 2011
  4. Looks like a lot of fun, too bad I live in bfIdaho.

    Suvetar wrote on April 16th, 2011
    • What better reason to get out to next year’s PrimalCon!

      Hal wrote on April 16th, 2011
  5. Man I wish the weather was like that in Oregon right now…WHERE’S MY SPRING!

    Rhys wrote on April 16th, 2011
    • Totally! I hear it may not arrive until June. :)

      Karen P. wrote on April 16th, 2011
    • My spring won’t be here til June also.
      I’ve learned to improvise.
      I am MOST envious of the Ultimate games as I used to play “back in the day” when it was still kinda new :)

      peggy wrote on April 17th, 2011
  6. Guys is that Jared?? Who else do I know there? Give me naaaaames!

    Tim :-)

    Tim wrote on April 17th, 2011
  7. Great that they enjoyed throwing the disc, and I’m not criticizing that. But if anyone not familiar with the game watches that vid and thinks that’s how the it’s played, just take a look at this for comparison to competitive Ultimate. ulti highlights

    Anon wrote on April 17th, 2011
    • It was a crowded field and most of us were new to the game but we had a blast and everyone got to participate which was the whole point. There were some great plays and athletic talent on display, even by novices.

      Dave Fish wrote on April 17th, 2011
      • Agreed 100%! Ultimate frisbee was an absolute blast. Well, evetything was!

        Again, simply meeting people who will be lifelong friends was well worth the cost of it all. All the activities, food, presenters, perfect weather, ocean plunge was an added bonus.

        Primal Toad wrote on April 17th, 2011
      • Definitely, Dave. Like I said, no criticism. Mark’s blog is really popular and I just wanted people who might get their first exposure to the sport through this post to see another side of it.

        Anon wrote on April 18th, 2011
  8. I was just wondering what the survivor challenge consisted of?

    Michel wrote on April 18th, 2011
  9. Timothy, the gentleman with the flag in Team Yellow’s group photo, the look on his face is priceless!

    Lars1000 wrote on April 19th, 2011

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