Primal Blueprint Fitness: Park Workout

Thanks to Mark’s Daily Apple reader Jerry Borrero for sending in this fantastic video of his Primal Blueprint park workout. For more of Jerry check out his kettlebell routine. And click here to view all MDA video posts. Grok on!

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Mark Sisson is the founder of Mark’s Daily Apple, godfather to the Primal food and lifestyle movement, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Keto Reset Diet. His latest book is Keto for Life, where he discusses how he combines the keto diet with a Primal lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Mark is the author of numerous other books as well, including The Primal Blueprint, which was credited with turbocharging the growth of the primal/paleo movement back in 2009. After spending three decades researching and educating folks on why food is the key component to achieving and maintaining optimal wellness, Mark launched Primal Kitchen, a real-food company that creates Primal/paleo, keto, and Whole30-friendly kitchen staples.

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  1. “Badass” indeed! Dang, my bodyweight/hiit workout I did this morning seems a little lightweight compared to this…

  2. clapping pullups? My guy…you are insane!…I don’t think i can do half of that stuff.

  3. Human flag – not bad at all.

    Great strength and proportional physique with no extra bulk. The power of body-weight exercises.

    Keep it primal!!!

  4. Nice work and nice video. I’ve just finished two workout cycles that involved weights – Turkish Get-Ups with double Kettlebell front squats and Zercher squats with kettlebell military press. Now it feels like its time to hit the parks again. I think I’ll use some of the movements in the video.

    Stephen

  5. Great video – I try and play around with similar stuff. Can just about go from L-sit to handstand back to L-sit again. Muscle ups are next on my to do list!

    BTW I love Justice! DVNO is constantly being played on my mp3!

  6. Its fantastic to see my video up on this fantastic site! Thank you very much for all the compliments, and I’ll pass them along to my nephew Joey, who edited the vid!

    Now to think up another video to submit…

  7. Thanks for all the compliments guys and Jerry’s deserves all the credit since I would have no video to edit w/o him.

    Click my name below to check out weheardthat.com for some other videos ive done and reg posts on indie music and new artists. Grok on!

  8. Yah….thats the stuff right there! You just gave me some great ideas for a park I live just 3 miles from. Going to run barefoot there and get to work! Nice video and I love this web site!

  9. Wow, great to see someone who is nearly in the shape of a trained gymnast doing surreal stuff, but… are there any BASIC demo videos of people doing Parkour workouts that a newbie can start on?

    This is some elite – blackbelt type stuff, it’d be great to see the 101 edition, any links would be appreciated.

    1. Hey Mike, thanks for the compliments!

      Believe it or not I never really actively worked on nearly any of the movements shown in the video (with the exception of that weird halfway planche/halfway handstand). The muscle-ups and clap pullups just came after a cycle of heavy weighted pullups, and the flag after a cycle of heavy one arm pressing.

      As far as beginner tutorials, check out Beastskills.com for some excellent bodyweight articles. I also liked the parallete training program found on american-gymnast.com, although some of the stuff listed as “beginner” is actually pretty advanced in my opinion.

  10. This was awesome. It also inspired me to get out on the playground and simply use my imagination to engage in lifting heavy things (my body).

    Thanks!

  11. how long does it take to perform this kind of routine tip top? U made u core power high enough dude