Yes, but unfortunately I train only for half a year, my body weight does not grow, but as the strength itself has grown exponentially, with my height at 177 I am very skinny, while calmly in a fight I can put several people down, before training I was full a skinny not even holding a light blow. So I advise everyone
By pure coincidence, I have been doing this for almost 2.5 years. The results, in general, are not bad.
It is difficult to say whether this complex is a complex, or just blurted out by the script writer. It draws attention to the fact that it does not include "pulling" exercises, like pull-ups or deadlifts of any piece of iron.
Before I take off my hat - this is before the time coordinate is reasonably indicated - 3 years. Other complexes-halls-sections either keep silent about the time, or promise to "pump up by the summer"))))
I really love Saitama and the One-Punch Man anime, so I decided on these trainings. My friend will also train with me. Today is the first day, the Lord is with us (I will write in 3 years)
Guys I'm 12 years old and because of such a small age I do 50 push-ups, 50 sit-ups, 50 for the press. Soon I plan to run, also 5 km. What do you think it will be just interesting for me, I've been doing it for a week now, everything just hurts, but the main thing is to endure
Three years not yet, but this article in this article is about a guy who did this for two months. I think someday we'll see what will happen in three years.
To be honest, 2 years of such training will not bring you closer to such a result. All this is somehow not enough, and for the capabilities of One-Punch Man, these are not all exercises. I do 100 squats and 200 abs, squats every second day, abs every day, all this for six months now, I have not done anything like that. Just to do everything like him, these exercises are not particularly needed, for his impenetrable skin you need to mix it with a diamond, you do not need squats and distance running, you need to train clean jumps and running at speed. For his impact force, you need to train first of all the impact speed, because according to the formula F = ma, the power is the mass multiplied by the speed, and the fact that you do push-ups 1000 times or lift 100 kg with one hand does not give you the strength to tear down mountains, but even vice versa, because of the muscles, the efficiency of acceleration will decrease and from this the power itself will decrease.
For me, only running is so problematic, everything else is boredom and freebie ... although freebie is my favorite, I do push-ups regularly and much more than he has in training ... good, hair is in place
In principle, everything, as it was said in the anime, is difficult at first, then you get used to it and these trainings become commonplace, and it all starts to take less and less time. Now, it takes me 2 and a half hours for them, despite the fact that I have been studying for only a year and no, I have not lost my hair, which is very strange, because doing all this, the body begins to ache unbearably, also, due to an unusual diet, often at first a wild hunger overtakes, but I endured all this in just 3 weeks, so the most difficult thing in these trainings is to start doing them, because after the first 3 days, it becomes hard to even bend down for a fallen thing, my back and legs hurt like hell, shoulders, sides, arms. And even this is not what makes you quit training, but the fact that you are no longer able to do them, but overworking all this, it becomes not that easy, but even boring, because before, I did it to test myself, but now I know, I can do it, but I continue because I'm used to it
I tried something like that, I just broke it into approaches - I became weak-minded) 3 sets of push-ups, 3 presses, 2 squats + added 100 pull-ups, the first approach 20, then, like in a ladder to decrease, with running everything turned out badly because the time between sets I tried to keep it as low as possible, at 10 kilometers my heart, after power loads, began to thresh like mad, I got scared and ran only 4.5 km, ran on a treadmill, as a result of all this - a night attack of tachycardia, listened to my heart beating all night and could not sleep , in the morning I was like a zombie - and you have to go to work. In general, I shouldn't be a siteman) If I didn't have to earn money, I might somehow get used to such a training regime. But it's not real.
Well done, but if you want strength like Saitama has to do with one approach, in the manga he gained such strength due to the fact that he began to perform these exercises right away without playing sports. In the same place, the principle is that you need to perform exercises to the limit of your capabilities. Trainings should be such that after the second day I wanted to drop everything and die.
My friend Ilya. True, this is only the initial stage, which lasts 1 month. I will report on the results achieved later (in 3 years). Then all the myths about this training program will be confirmed or dispelled.
I get the impression that the creators of One-Punch Man found out about one very original gentleman named Charles Bronson, whose training principle will also be more severe. Even the external resemblance is present, with the exception of the mustache. But it's not worth making claims to the authors for this: in the popularization of sports, a superhero is much more useful than a hardened criminal who beats up police officers. Although Bronson is a very odious person, in my opinion, I recommend reading about him and watching the film, at least for the sake of Tom Hardy in the title role.
But in general, pushing up a hundred times and so on for a trained athlete is not such an unbearable task
As soon as I started reading, still original! manga (before a great artist noticed this creation) I started doing everything like Saitama. And the hair itself has fallen out from the stress. I don't miss a single day. It was very difficult at first, but I broke the exercises into sets and I managed to do everything. I haven't gotten into a fight with anyone yet, but I already feel that I am a C-class hero.
For me, a beginner shouldn't chase such "records". There will be more injuries than benefits to the body.
But again, if you start everything wisely, gradually increasing the load. That positive effect will not be far off.
And it is important to remember about the daily routine, the regularity of classes and proper nutrition. This has not been canceled.) One physical. the load will not be enough in my opinion!
In my opinion, this is certainly all interesting, but then what? Having achieved some kind of result, many people give up and go to new victories. This is not bad, but for me sports loads should be regular, throughout life! Therefore, I personally do not like chasing such achievements, it is better to just regularly exercise to maintain health and fitness.
To each his own! In any case, I wish everyone good luck and sporting achievements, no matter what level)