I've been doing 100 pushups a day to mimic Saitama for giggles. I've been doing it for an entire month, I'm pretty devoted. I didn't do the other exercises tho. The results are HIGHLY disappointing.
Basically, there are no results. I'm not stronger nor do I look stronger, also I am no damaged at all from doing so many every day. Just thought you guys would like to know it is a waste of time.
He gained the power through commitment, not the exercise itself.
You settled for something less, like Garou. You lacked Saitama's absolute commitment. And that's why he's a Caped Baldy, and you're just a man.
baka desu senpai
>not doing all 4 things without a/c and only a banana for breakfast everyday
I actually did the whole training too some time ago.
I did it without compromise, all the stuff without pause, all in a row.
I only last for a week. I was forced to stop cause I actually couldn't move my arms anymore. Couldn't sleep too because my arms were so badly hurt I couldn't stay in a position to get some rest.
I think I had to wait 2 weeks before it start to get better.
For the record I'm not a sportguy at all.
I hate this 'train HURD, get RESURDS' meme that exists in every anime. Working out isn't that simple. You need to be knowledgable and flexible, you need to devise good training schedule and balanced nutrition plan, world's top atheletes didn't just do 10000000000000000 pushups to get where they are.
>You need to be knowledgable and flexible, you need to devise good training schedule and balanced nutrition plan
If you want to be a fucking bodybuilder, yeah.
Otherwise just go and work your ass off. It's not complicated.
>people in OPM become mysterious beings by doing shit constantly until they mutate or whatever
>Crabman ate so much crab he became a crabthing
>that lightbulb guy shadowboxed his pullcord so much until he became that lightcord punching dude
>Saitama did his "hero training to become invincible hero" so much that he became an invincible hero
After about 8 pushups, all you're doing is increasing your endurance. Also, doing a particular strength exercise every single day is counter-productive as your muscles need time to rest in order to repair themselves and grow stronger (google "overtraining").
I did Saitama's regime as a stupid teenager. It doesn't do much anything strength-wise, but ruins your joints because of the constant banging. Your endurance will be inhuman, though, I'm talking about never getting tired, ever.
Anyway, if you want to start with 100 reps per exercise, you got to reduce the range of motion and work up to full rom over time. Basically, just go up and down a few inches on the pushups for a start, 100 reps is possible then. After some months, you will probably be able to do 100 full push ups. Same thing with the situps and squats. Though for those, taking a short break between reps is easier than in push ups. Just go for a very slow jog for the running.
RoM stands for Range of Motion. 1 rom is essentially one repetition. So if you were doing a push up, you would start with your arms full extended, you would then lower yourself until your chin or chest touched the ground and then you would raise yourself until your arms are fully extended. This would be 1 rom.
1/2 rom would be lowering yourself halfway and then pushing back up.
1/4 rom would be bending your arms slightly, then returning to the first position.
Just move for a few inches during the exercise. Don't do a full push up, just go down a few inches and push yourself up, just bend your arms a little instead of bending them fully in a pushup. Reduce the distance until you can do 100 reps.Also, you can google "range of motion" in the context of exercise, you know?
Not really. And your form will get better just by doing lots of pushups anyway.
You guys realize his routine is supposed to be a joke right? This takes like fifteen minutes, with a bunch of fucking breaks in between.
Not as hard as you might think given that you're clearly quite lazy. I am also "not a sport guy" and Sataima's routine used to be a portion of my own. Calisthenics are not my favorite though. Feels more right to move heavy shit around slowly, I dunno. Anyway, FITNESS IS FOR LIFE and you should all be ashamed if you aren't taking good enough care of yourself to be able to keep up with a joke training routine.
>Bunch of breaks in-between
It's not 15 minutes if there are a number of breaks. There's still the 10 km of running each and every day. That's pretty much 40-50m even if you do it straight with no walking breaks.
I think you're overestimating basic fitness requirements if you think anyone should be able to run 6 miles every single day. The other stuff I can agree on at least.
You should absolutely be able to run 6 miles. That is, again, much easier than you seem to think, and not going to take you very long at all. Almost an hour? What the fuck, are you running or walking fast? This whole thing gets done in an hour at the gym, by plenty of normal people every day. With bathroom breaks and breathers and shooting the shit with the other people working out in between. GO. TO. A. GYM.
This all at once thing is dumb though. Everything about the routine is completely fine, but even if you do it for a while, you shouldn't just bust out all your reps (of anything) at once without taking your breathing into account.
>Scoffing at me saying it takes almost an hour to run 10km
Confirmed for complete bullshitter. Literally do not even know what you're talking about.
Do yourself a favor, and Google average time to run a 5k. Those are for people in shape too, and not a BASIC requirement.
High reps build endurance, not strength. I would be honestly surprised if you aren't able to do more pushups in a row now then you were a month ago. So the training did exactly what it was supposed to do
1m90, 95 kg. The weird thing is that I have no problem to lift heavy object but I can't do push up. I never tried to do them on my knee or against a wall though, I should look on the net how other people are doing it.
People who have never seen a gym from the inside but act as if they compete in strongmen contests are the best, aren't they?
So easy to spot since they have absolutely no concept of what those numbers mean
how to git stronk
>do the workout routine he says but asd pullups in there aswel.
>also do SS with weights aswel 3 times a week at gym
>when doing the 10k running make sure you add sprints in there aswel. not just some bitch nigga like jogging type shit cause thats useless when fighting
>remember that fighting is mostly anaerobic so you gotta sprint aswel
>add some jump rope aswel to kewp you light on your toes and quick
>how to git stronk
here's the ultimate secret people inside gyms or /fit/ won't ever tell you:
find a job with eight hours of heavy labor every day, eat in an equilibrated manner and get at least six hours of sleep
rinse and repeat for five years and voila, you're now stronger than any faggot that spends his free time reading "how to become strong" on internet and judges results on how cool look his new abs. get it real senpai
That's the joke senpai.
I bet you faggots never tried to do a Kamehameha.
>I tried Saitama's regime
>except I did only 25%
>it doesn't work guys
It is meant to be a joke but it could actually benefit people to do these workouts everyday with proper rest and three squared meals a day with a lot of water. Its 100 x 1 push ups in a row then 100 x 1 sit ups in a row then 100 x 1 squats in a row without stopping then running a 10k. There are no real breaks in between and that ups the intensity of the workout by a lot. This does not take 15 minutes. The average 6 mile or 10k run takes about 1 hour to 1 hour and 10 minutes for an untrained person. Sure its a joke but the joke isn't that its easy or ineffective the joke is that he can kill god-like beings after only doing these starting strength workouts for like 3 years. It is an effective workout to help someone get into alright shape.
Push-ups fuck up your muscle balance and posture. Sit-ups fuck up your lower spine. Running ten kilometers every day breaks your legs. Squats is pretty much the only part of the menu that isn't horribly damaging to you in the long run.
8 hours of heavy labor not 8 hours of sitting at a desk or going out and installing light weights. Hard labor as in construction contracting, carrying heavy things, truck unloading, moving services, any job that gets you out and about and carrying things that range from 10 to 120 lbs everyday.
Eating right is just as important as working out though. I feel like this the most important part to stress here, because I think it's easier to romanticize working out than it is eating right, and thus harder to motivate yourself to do it. Remember the basics of the food pyramid from health class when you were little. Ganbare, anon!
I didn't make up anything, all of that has been researched and proven. Almost all experts agree that ancient army exercises like sit-ups or push-ups are not only completely pointless but even dangerous.
The key to getting in good shape is varied practice that involves many muscle groups at once and a healthy diet, not some one-sided bullshit moves repeated to the extreme. A couple of years back, there were these 100 push-ups challenges and whatnot spreading through social media, which were just incredibly retarded and only helped the dumb, impulsive retards trying them to break themselves.
Look at those idiots trying to use a joke as a real way to toughen up. Get your shit together, that's made up stuff in a comedy show.
Seriously though, what training should I actually be doing to punch walls and leave afterimages?
All of your muscle groups really. An ideal punch will use all of them. But I think that's more about focus and control than just about raw strength. I've seen beefy ass dudes who can practically lift cars but can't break bricks.
I unplugged the AC and forced myself to bare the heat for almost two weeks now and I've lost some weight and already feel a bit stronger.
I can't do the other excercises for now, but if I lose more weight, I'll start doing them.
One of the only posts in the thread where the poster actually knows what the fuck he's talking about. Not surprised that most of /a/ doesn't know shit about workout routines though.
Saitama is a pussy. If you copy his workout routine, you are a pussy too.
>Instead of lifting weights, he has a daily regimen of 750 to 1,500 push-ups and 2,000 sit-ups.
>all these pussies don't even do 1,500 pushups and 2,000 situps per day
The thing that actually makes it little plausible to work for him is that he never took breaks to let muscles recover like any normal human.
It at least makes little more unreal and supernatural than just doing normal excersice normally.
>When the bear passed-out from the lack of blood flor to the brain, Petersen beat the bear upon the head with a stick.
Man must've been in a frenzy to down the bear in the first place. While it's still breathing, bashing it with the heaviest object in reach sounds pretty reasonable in that state.
I kind of feel bad for the bear at that point, though.
Murata is really good at drawing Fubuki in distress.
One hundred a day isn't that much though, but you also have to take into account your form and your sets. Are you doing 100 push-ups in one go?
Are you doing it in sets? How many repetitions per set? How much rest in between? Are you doing them PROPER (slowly and with your elbows inside)?
Are you actually working your chest or are your arms doing all the work?
>search for onepunch man on instagram, tumblr, etc
>mostly images of genos
>tfw you're not popular even in the real world
Where the fuck are the pullups. Might as well skip the squats if you're gonna do a dudebro routine like that.
If you wanna get /fit/ by bodyweight exercises there are many better ways.
You need to fucking rest. If you do it every day it's called overtraining. You're not going to get any results. You're better off doing it 3 times a week.
Fucking Christ, does no one here know about basic training?
I can't get past 30 reps of push-ups, sit-ups and squats, and I can't run for shit. I'm not a skellington or fat, what the hell am I doing wrong.
Just keep punching. The more you repeat an action, the faster you will be able to do it, regardless of muscle mass. Your brain will literally develop neuron structures to support it.
Anyone on /a/ who's not /fit/ who knows basic fitness training wouldn't even bother with OPM threads. OPM is popular now because of the anime but this shit was discussed to death when it happened in the manga.
Where do you workout planet fitness? People go to the gym 5 days a week and live perfectly fine. What are you doing chest everyday, quit giving bad advice, absolutely no one big goes to the gym only 3 days
Cardio is pointless unless you are cutting. Lifting burns enough calories, you could just start doing 4 days with a good split.
>I did 1/10th of the work
>and got no results
>why is life so hard
What do i do if I cant do them on my knees?
This. throw in some pullups, get a bar for the doorway or work on your forearm and then do them on a doorframe. If you're not doing pullups you're going to look weird and be totally unbalanced, throw them in and it's a good workout at least.
Do them leaning against a wall. I really hope you're joking though. I went to a military school for fuck ups, and one time some kid came in who couldn't stand up from his seat without sweating profusely. I was put in charge of getting him decently fit and he could actually do a couple of push ups and run reasonably quickly for a little bit. Honestly, you just need to try and do some exercise whenever you've got some spare time; don't worry about everyone talking about workout routines, if you're that unfit anything will help and you'll start seeing results pretty quickly when your muscles start to un-atrophy.
Not him but I have an issue with it, I thinks its because of weak knees? My knees hurt how do I fix this?
>2 weak to do normal push ups
>knees hurt when doing knee push up
is it time to get the rope or is there still hope?
if you are a fatty just start by fixing your diet
you can do incredibly easy basic shit one step at a time like only drinking water, going for walks, and so on and you will shed that mass in no time
I was underweight by like 40 pounds last year, after an entire year and a half of being a NEET that barely moves, I started developing some fat.
So basically I am a skinny fat with skelly legs. The worst of both worlds.
Bear in mind I don't have a carpet floor, its porcelain tile floors, not sure if the floor type affects anything.
You can guarantee someone's gonna try Saitama's training regimen once the show gets dubbed internationally. It's like those kids who thought they were a Pokemon and could fly. Except in this case it's humans direly needing recovery after exercise.
>yfw it's actually revealed saitama meant that he added 100 etc.to his routine every day for 3 years.
day 1: 100, 10k
day 2: 200, 20k
day 1095: 109, 500 push ups, 109, 500 sit ups, 109, 500 squats, 10, 950 km sprint
or roughly back and forth from coast to coast across all of the usa twice.
CHARACTERS THEMSELVES SAY THE TRAINING IS FUCKING POINTLESS AND A NORMAL STRENGHT TRAINING
>No but you can't do it man it will fuck you up!!!
>I say from my personal landwhale experience watching anime and eating doritos!
>Running 10km is impossible m8! It's not because i'm a sedentary beta faggot
I seldom run more than 5k. Not because I can't do more, I probably could, but because it's boring as fuck. I rather do shorter but more intense training like interval training or hill sprints. I get better results out of it as well.
>The results are HIGHLY disappointing.
Basically, there are no results. I'm not stronger nor do I look stronger, also I am no damaged at all from doing so many every day.
1. Your form sucks, guaranteed. You're probably flaring your elbows out and/or arching your back
2. You're probably fat or skinny fat, your extra weight is put unnecessary strain on the process.
3. Your nutrition sucks.
GAROU BROKE HIS LIMITER, SO HE WOULD BE ON SAITAMAS LEVEL GIVEN TIMEN
but saitama is growing as well, so garou could never catch true saitama's level, but only his previous levels
Just consider that most of the other people and monsters got to where they were through commitment. Like the crabguy. Saitama just trained non-stop until he was the strongest.
>because it's boring as fuck
Listen to podcasts while you run and find a long enough route where you either don't have to circle around the same area at all, or just once on the return trip. And occasionally change up the routine. As long as you're not running along a busy street and need to watch out for traffic, and you you're properly fueled, long runs are fun and addictive as fuck as long as your body can take the extended strain.
ITT: Stuff from anime you did in RL and we're fucking retarded for doing so
>tfw literally wore ankle weights for a whole month after watching Lee vs Sasuke (babbies first anime)
>would purposely act like something was up with my ankles around people so that they would ask me what I had
>one time someone asked what it was
How many sets does it take you to do 100? It took me 8 months to get to 100 in one set. My chest and triceps are noticeably bigger. I also feel better on a day to day basis, just because I'm doing something to actually fatigue my muscles rather than sitting around all day.
From my perspective, you did something wrong if you got no benefit from it.
It all depend on how much effort you put into it. Since you doing it while watching anime, you most likely won't put it as much effort, if you want to enjoy the show.
The probability of you putting in consistent effort in biking while watching anime, is highly unlikely
>muh cardio is pointless meme
Cardio actually makes your body healthier and more longevous. It doesn't make you stronger or more muscular looking, but it makes you healthier, which should be the point of exercize and diet. You /fit/fags forget that everyone on /a/ is a little girl, we don't want to be musclebound freaks, if we want to exercize it is merely to make ourselves feel better and happier as good exercize does, not to make ourselves look less like our ideal feminine form.
Every single thread has this shit, it's unbelievable.
No he doesn't take breaks, he does one hundred full push ups, chest almost hitting the floor and straightening the back. Then he immediately does one hundred full sit-ups, fingers behind head, coming up and fully straightening the back then descending. Then he immediately does one hundred squats, ass nearly hitting the floor and going all the back up. Then he immediately runs six fucking miles. RUNS, not a light jog that you could complete in two hours, not a fucking powerwalk like a faggot that would probably take your unhealthy ass about four or five hours. A full force run for six straight miles, every single fucking day.
>hurr durr I did 100 push ups it was ez
>I did 5 sets of 20 push ups with my nees on the ground and a 10 minute brake in between each set
Garou also broke his limiter, but their limit breaks were not equal, partially due to the mentality they had.
Garou in the end, his spirit was weaker, he gave up in a way. No matter how infinitely he could evolve, he eventually was beaten down mentally and could not see a path forward.
>Not even running 6.2 miles a day
Dr Genus already confirmed this is not true, Saitama attained a power different from mysterious beings
No, you see, it is normal, if you do it like an average person, taking breaks to recover and when you aren't in any condition to do it
Saitama said every day, for three years, and he means it. Doing that wont turn you into some super powerful god like being, it might actually badly injure you, but if it doesn't you will be in pretty damn good shape.
Most likely the only times Saitama ever stopped to take a breathing in between exercises was when he was puking, or when he body physically refused to continue, and only then rested enough to keep going.
And the characters who said that were all superhuman, cyborgs, or monsters. You're retarded.
No fucking shit a mechanized gorilla or a fucking scientist who's figured out the secrets of perfect cloning who clearly could devise some forumala to attain the stamina for that in a day could do that kind of training.
>saw Tokyo ghoul
>started doing the finger crack all the fucking time
>thought it made me look badass as fuck
>stopped when a friend asked me if I knew how much of a faggot I looked like
Rolf Op take it from someone who is ripped as fuk and huge, u will never do 100 perfect push ups in a row , why would u want too? It hurst u more thn u gain anything last time i try to do 100 push up i made it 60 b4 blood started dripping from my nose
This is what I've been doing for months now, my work-out used to be...
50 squats, 20 situps and 20 push ups, 20 minute walk.
100 squats, 100 situps and 30 push ups
1 hour walk.
Is this good enough? too much? not enough? For some reason, even though I'm doing the pussy knee pushups, I can just barely crank out 30, I do everything else with ease now, but pushups are near fucking impossible.
Do I just keep doing what I'm doing, and increase it every so months? Feels like I'm doing something wrong.
Also, what should my diet be like? I've cut out all unhealthy food from my life, and try to eat things in low quantity every day. 4 months since I've started, and I've lost 11 kilos/24 pounds, some guidance on this would be helpful too.
I did like the fitness test. I thought that was cool as fuck.
I have, I don't think it can be applied to everyone though, which is why I wanted advice on my situation specifically, also, I'm dumb as shit, and word docs make my head hurt.
I'll also say that despite losing that weight, I look skinnier, but I don't look much stronger, my arms and chest feel a bit firmer, but it's not that noticeable.
Fair enough, guess I'll keep doing what I'm doing.
I keep hearing that you need to eat more food, to build muscle, I've been eating three small meals everyday, which consists of sultana bran, something small, like a protein bar, and a meat/fish dish for dinner.
I don't want to be huge, but skinnier, and noticeably fit, what I eat has been what's confused me the most, any advice?
I think I can do about 5 normal pushups before I feel like my heads going to explode, I think I'll keep doing my 30 pussups, but start fitting in 5 normal ones, and seeing how I go.
>I hate this 'train HURD, get RESURDS' meme that exists in every anime.
What? Almost NO anime does this. 99% of the time, the main character is a prodigy, or
inherited some unique powers from his parents.
Nearly all the time, the hardest working character gets screwed over.
OPM is special, because Saitama was a normal person who worked hard. And he succeeded. No need to be an alien, to be the son of a reaper, to have a demon sealed inside you, to be The Chosen One or WHATEVER. Saitama is strong because he worked hard, that is all. And that should be all you need.
You eat a banana before you do any physical activity that doesnt involve muscle building in the mornings
Dont you guys do sports when you were kids?
I used to run like five miles per day every day (maybe a couple of longer runs, like 8/9 miles at the start and end of the week). It's not particularly hard to build up to. You can do it in about 9 months easily or so if you're starting from 0 and doing a couch to 10km routine.
Also, run outside if you can. Treadmills aren't bad for building up speed/endurance (I did this a lot at first) but especially once you're doing 5km+, you're better off doing it outside, the variation of terrains, especially hills, are good for endurance, plus it's better for your knees.
It can and should be applied for everyone, you're not a special snowflake.
If you want to stick to bodyweight exercise that's fine, just google a program for gods sake.
Imho I recommend El Diablo's program.
If you consume more energy than what your body consumes that energy can either be stored as fat or muscle (if heavy exercise is involved).
If you want to learn why some type of exercising builds size and some strength google Hypertrophy.
OR READ THE FUCKING STICKY
>100 pushups only
whew, no wonder why
besides, that whole thing is a normal strength training, it's nothing too hard.
It sounds hard in words only. It will be hard in the beginning, but you'll get used to it.
A few years ago I was at the point of doing a 100+ pushups daily. Of course, I was doing bench presses on off days. When it becomes routine it's pretty fun when you realize you can overpower most people.
>tfw did exactly 100 pushups and abs during one year of highschool, every single day
>got ripped enough for girls to talk about it and touch my body all the time
I shit you not, it was worth it.
Didnt turn out half as strong as Saitama but I was stronger than my friends, and I didnt spend a single penny.
Of course, that required a certain level of willpower that I never managed to muster again.
Though I did had a lot of free time and motivation during highschool so I guess there is that.
>random fucking people touching you all the time
I think I'd rather be a pathetic NEET than have people trying to touch me constantly. The only possible benefit I see is that you would live longer if you're living healthily.
>there are no results
I don't believe you. It's impossible. Have you been eating more? What do you eat?
I bet you're some retard that eats shit and complains he doesn't have strength.
>"to mimic Saitama"
>Only does 100 push ups a day
>20 sets of 5 reps with 10 min breaks inbetween anyway
>keeps the AC on and doesn't even try and become a SAIKO HEROOOOOOO
baka desu senpai
No one does. Those are the people I meant that actually do have to care about specifics.
How? Go ahead and explain. You're not a fucking professional athlete. You don't need 33% carbs 33% proteins etc. You don't need to do exactly 3 sets of this 3 sets of that. People over-complicate this shit for no reason. If you're not seeing results, you're not lifting hard enough. You're over-complicating things for no reason. There's no fucking magic pill for it.
Yes I'm mad. I hate these people the most because they always blame their shortcomings on stupid shit like "oh I'm not eating correctly" or "I just haven't found the right routine." I deal with these fuckers every week.
Lazy sacks of shit. Fuck.
You are full of shit op
Before i started seriously with bodybuilding my first real experience with it was doing pushups at home in the morning before going to the school when i was around 15-16
I started by doing 50 push ups pull ups squats and crunches every morning every day.
Ofc at first i couldnt even do 10 pushups, but later i kept adding up to do 100 etc
Over a period of half a year maybe more i build quite the mass and gained a visible frame on which my school friends would comment on
Especially since our physical class consisted of playing football and nothing more, so we sure as fuck didnt get any exercises at school.
Im not sure if doing it for more would do anything but after that i started going to the gym every day and i started cardio.
Still the start i got from doing only basic exercises with no equipment really helped me when i started benching and bought myself some weights.
So unless you are already fit and doing pushups will be to light of workout for you there is no way you wont improve your strength and physical appearance.
What's even the point in getting that strong? I'm a programmer, so I don't need any physical strength to be successful. The same is true of most professions.
I just run a mile a day because I have a weak heart so I need to make sure I keep it healthy.
Dunno man, i like "feeling" strong.
But mostly i started working out to look good, there was this kid in my class that was popular with the girls and he was cut as hell, so i thought "man i can be ripped too".
And you know, you start bit a bit, and suddenly you have a yearly gym membership and get up at 6am to the pool before going to school.
So i wont feed anybody bullshit about wanting to be healthy, just wanting to look good and kinda work out since what else you gonna do?
Everybody would be better off if they moved their lazy asses outside once in a while if you ask me, even if your job is to sit in front of a desk all day.
>You can do both, especially if you want results, you know?
No fucking shit. Don't add random facts of life just to try add credit to your post. If you want the best results, then do both. I never said you only needed one. Look at the original post I was replying to
>Working out isn't that simple
It is that fucking simple to get some results. Not the best, but enough to hit the 1000lb club after a few years, which is more than anyone in life needs.
>Also, if you don't eat right you can train as hard as you want but you won't get any results.
Fuck off. You don't know what you're talking about. You just read bullshit broscience all day and act like it actually matters outside of competition. If you literally don't eat then no shit, but you don't need a specific diet to get anywhere.
I've had results for over 8 fucking years. I've seen my cousins and friends who work with me get results.
I'm a programmer to, but I still do it because it's actually pretty fun.
But I'm posting here.
>doesn't understand irony
>gets angry for nothing
>is stupid enough to tell people who start exercising that diet is not fundamental
baka desu senpai
What the fuck are you talking about?
Languages aren't Humanities, they are languages. Now if you took French literature that would be different. The fact that that was enough to cover your "humanities" credits is laughable.
>talking about things like exercise, weights, and cardio when breathing properly is more effective for both long and short term health
People forget that breathing is really fucking important for your body.
Maybe you're not stretching enough or something.
At work I decide to do this thing where I would do as many pullups as I could on the fence gate before we locked it and left. I was a string bean in high school and could only do one or two on a good day, kind of cheating too. Three years later I can do at least 12 proper pull-ups a night.
And I know, pull-ups are more a test than an exercise. But you should definitely be getting stronger. Hell, when I switched from the easy way to the proper way to do em, I went from six to twelve in just 2 months. Stretch before and after. Gotta work that lactic acid out.
>doesn't understand irony
I guess I don't. Point it out, please.
>gets angry for nothing
What, you never get upset about something? The reason this subject irritates me is because I get people all the time. If you go to a gym and start benching/squatting 3-5 plates, then you'll know the frustration of it too. People come for advice, which is fine and good, but the worst is when people ask for your routine/diet/supplements. I tell them I don't have any and they get upset at me and my friends thinking we're keeping some secret from them. There are no real gyms around here, so I'm stuck with 24hr fitness crap.
>is stupid enough to tell people who start exercising that diet is not fundamental
It's funny because when you first start, that's the easiest time to get results. Most people worry so much about getting a perfect diet before they even lift the bar that they never start. THAT is stupid and extremely common.
Are you for real?
Humanities give you the tools to better understand yourself and others, read to live a better life and make others live a better life.
Mens sana in corpore sano, Kalos kai agathos, never heard of that before?
Proper breathing is very important to get good exercise. Passive autonomic response won't keep up, especially if you're starting out. You have to force extra oxygen through your system BEFORE it gets used. That means developing a breathing pattern.
I don't think diet is super important unless you're really trying to sculpt your body. The fucking cavemen lived off of berries and deer meat and they were healthy enough to walk down animals to death. Actually exercising is the most important part.
You can eat the healthiest shit you want but if all you do is sit you won't get stronger, likewise if some poorfag just eats bread and tuna but works out several hours a day he'll be the stronger one.
Inhale when you go up during a sit up, exhale when lying back down. Inhale when going down during a push up, exhale when coming back up. Or maybe it was the reverse? I don't remember. Just try them all.
>You can eat the healthiest shit you want but if all you do is sit you won't get stronger, likewise if some poorfag just eats bread and tuna but works out several hours a day he'll be the stronger one
Hahaha, what a load of bullshit.
Ask people who used to eat shit if they have more strength from the new diet alone and see what they will tell you. Of fucking course we're not talking about some random diet.
Also if you don't eat enough you can exercise all you want but you won't get results and if you eat well your results will be not better but infinitly better.
Food is the basic, then comes exercise.
In addition to this, you also want to make sure you have a high enough intake of (healthy) fats. Obviosly not enough to make you some gross fatso, but one of the main ways estrogen and xenoestrogens act to feminize your appearence is by redistributing fat placement to more mimic that of a female. It's largely in the fat distribution on the face that the male and female faces differ in appearence, so having enogh to cover your bare cheekbones will go a long way to making you look more feminine, and I'm sure many /a/nons are skeleton-mode who could really use some extra padding to soften out their appearence.
It's not as important as people say when it comes to getting results, yeah. But if you take it to the extreme (just like anything), then of course there's going to be consequences. Right now, you're just resorting to saying things out of context. For some reason you seem to think that I'm a proponent of dirty bulking, which is not what I said at all. Diet wasn't even the main point of my original post. The point was that people over-complicate working out. Yes this includes dieting, but also things like specific set/rep counts and those sorts of routines.
The tl;dr is: Eat normally and lift hard and you will get results. You don't need a special routine. You don't need to change your lifestyle just to lift. You won't be an olympic athlete, but you can get pretty far. I'm not saying don't bother getting a good diet or routine going, just don't let not having one of those stop you.
Just like take deep breaths and a quick stretch before starting, yo.
For most exercises you breathe out when lifting, and breathe in when relaxing.
For running you pick a foot. Breathe in, out, in, out, every time it hits the ground.
That's just feeling healthier though. We're talking about strength gain. Changing into a healthier diet so you feel better while sitting around doesn't amount to shit. Why not just buy a better fucking chair if that's all you want.
Bodybuilders makes me laugh because they never consider the quality of the raw materials a factor. They think eating canned peas is the same as eating fresh organic seasonal vegetables/legumes. Then they die in a sauna at 24.
I literally did sets of 100+, 5-10 times a day 5 days a week at work when I did overnight security for a couple years.
Also at work 1x100:
>calf raises (slow, heels hover just above the ground)
>side straddle hops (4count)
>mountain climbers (4count)
>flutter kicks (4count)
>steam engines (4count)
Often 2-4 times a night of each.
And I wouldn't let myself use the bathroom or even walk by it at home without doing a minimum of 5 pullups.
I did this on top of spending 40 minutes a day on cardio and lifting weights 5 days a week between classes.
I would also randomly do 20x pistols and pushups with my feet on the desk.
Still, I appreciate Saitama's commitment.
For the record, I rapidly lost hair during this period of time.
why does it make a difference?
but anyway, most of time he just doesn't want his clothes getting destroyed
>Actually exercising is the most important part.
It is. Despite what nonsense /fit/ throws out. They go to a gym, see some guy lifting 3 times their weight, and proceed to think that they are better than him because they "know how to eat and workout." Again, someone is going to take this way out of proportion and think that I mean you should eat like shit or not eat at all. You can eat as healthy as you'd like, but unless you actually put in the effort to consistently go to the gym, a guy living off (enough) PB sandwiches and milk will leave you in the dust.
I've been following the hundred pushups guide. Last week I could only just manage to complete 50 pushups in a row with jelly arms without any working out beforehand. Yesterday I could do 55 pushups in a row right after doing sets of 29, 36, 29 and 29 beforehand with 2 minutes break between each one and my arms were still capable of doing more but it was tough to get air at that point. This shit really works, and pump yourself up beforehand with some hype music or something.
/fit/ is the anime fitness board.
Literally the containment board for people who spent too much time in the jap shit boards who needed a place to talk about fitness.
Over time it's collected people who have never been part of the jap-shit boards.
/fit/ has alot of shit in it, but the sticky is goddamn gold, and if you're not a goddamn idiot or a newfag (you can mentally filter bullshit you read on this goddamn site properly) you can learn a whole lot about fitness and how to stay away of retarded shit.
I mean, its got alot of shoenenfags in it, but there's plenty of good people over there.
GOLEM GET YE GONE
I love that Darkshine lifted so much that he turned into a black man. He probably had one of those bodybuilder posters on his wall and consider it his ideal body, and he ended up getting it.
Don't take this the wrong way, but pic related is painful on the eyes.
I mean, I can appreciate the effort/dedication, but the end result is not pleasant to look at.
And considering that the end result is the entire point of the body building game, I don't get it.
Though when he's on bulk on not posing for a camera he probably looks better.
Nigga, this is what /fit/ makes fun of.
That's fucking roidgut and insulin injections.
We make fun of Rich Piana for wanting to leave humanity behind.
We make fun of this tanned rawhide and big lenny because they're insane and turned themselves into Jewish Golems of yore.
>Man , new arc sucks alot and esper vs saitama is just plain boring.
There is no VS. It is just Tatsu's character development. If anything, in the future she is going to be valuable as a team-up partner, as her levitation ability would be very handy to complement Saitama's inability to fly. When they eventually face God level threats, she is going to at least be able to assist.
>She's leveling an entire city, Saitama should just end it right now
There is no ending it. He is not going to kill her, so the only thing to do is to wait for her to calm down. No one has died yet and Saitama would make sure to keep it that way. However knocking her out just delays the issue and not solve it.
Now we all know Sonic is going to survive getting hit by the exploding shurikens, because it is all a gag. But I do find the idea that he is going to survive his own ultimate weapon, the weapon meant to kill Saitama, to be impressive.
But of course, the comic chapter hasn't finished, so we don't actually know how badly hurt Sonic would be. I just wonder why he was brought in and if he will have any relevance here, or would he disappear for the rest of the panels for a while.
He knocked out this faggot and he didn't kill anybody.
>He knocked out this faggot and he didn't kill anybody.
That's not the problem. Knocking Tatsu out just makes her even more mad when she wakes up. It solves nothing. She needs to calm down.