WATCH: Donnie Does park fitness in China

By Ryan Kilpatrick, December 10, 2014

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The notorious Donnie tries his hand at Chinese park fitness, exploring such classics as "the steering wheel," "whipping cans" and thwacking tree trunks. 

Behold the secret to to keeping fit while slowly destroying your body in China:

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