jared leto was asked as the joke I’m sorry okay I did not like him he was freaking awful I can do a better laughter you know they’re dudes and do that your friendly neighborhood Jack’s wait here and today I start a new series called with that training work it’s quite a few of you know I do a workout series on my channel called tough like toons where I make workout routines for some of your favorite fictional characters to help you get a similar body type like them and increase athletic performance but I do adjust them to make them more manageable for everyday folks who can gradually improve upon them and make themselves better and stronger so in this new series I’ll basically going over training routines of fictional characters and examine how well that training would actually work in real life I’ve been a personal trainer for like the last six years and I just graduated this year so and I’m also like a massive geek for this stuff so I just thought it’d be fun but first off I just want to say I know I’m gonna get some comments on this I know that the artists can change the way the character looks with a flick of a pen the way they’re drawn the way they are drawn with their physiques okay I understand that but it’s still fun just to look at it from an analytical point of view to see how well that training routine would apply to real life you know athletes or people that they attempted to do it and who better to start off this series than the lovable Kate Baldy Saitama who trained three years non-stop with push-up set up squats and ten kilometers of running every single day to achieve godlike power and a pretty muscular physique but with such a simple routine help you achieve the physique like that also I want to mention not using air conditioning is only going to increase your tolerance for higher and lower temperatures sure getting acclimated to that may have like some effect on your endurance but not so much a lot of folks have come to the consensus that training like Saitama you know every day like that non-stop for three years is practically massive overtraining and going to do more harm than good well yes and no let me explain you see there are actually many aspects that go into overtraining from intensity length rest and recovery for example let’s say you tried to lift weights hardcore every single day for a week but you didn’t sleep enough and you didn’t refuel properly with your nutrition then of course you would be doing much more harm than good when you lift weights you’re actually tearing the muscle fibers in your body so they grow and become stronger when you rest your body is helping you rebuild itself and eating adequate amounts of protein the building blocks of the muscle and tons of fruits and vegetables to get those nutritious vitamins all play a vital part in helping you become stronger think of Fitness like a three legs stool one of the legs can be super strong but if other two are weak and falling apart the whole thing collapses so if you’re just training hard but not getting enough sleep or eating the proper foods you’re honestly just wasting your time unless you’re on Magoo’s now with recent studies we’re finding out the human body can do more than we thought was originally capable of it and is adapting to certain situations for example working in construction or for a moving company as you work 8 to 12 hour days five to six days a week and you’re practically doing full-body workouts those entire days for that many hours and some workers have gotten exponentially stronger by working those jobs this is further expanded upon in the book by Matt Perryman called squat every day where he further goes into his thoughts on overtraining this phenomenal read and I highly suggested if you get the chance so this is whole thing mean that overtraining doesn’t exist now it clearly does exist but remember this every body is different and reacts differently to quote one of my biggest inspirations big Brandon Carter everything is hypothetical until you apply it to yourself though that being said there are many training methods that can be adapted easily to your daily routine for example calisthenics and bodyweight work which is what our friend Saitama does many bodyweight athletes military personnel when gymnasts preach about daily calisthenics and with saitama’s 100 pushups hundred sit-ups under squats it’d be relatively easy to follow that every single day he’ll some real-life Hall of Fame athletes follow similar routines an example would be Herschel Walker further you do some crazy workouts just in the morning before you even start doing the proper workouts like you do a couple hundred push-ups and sit-ups tell us a little bit about that well you know I’m not a weightlifting today before I even go over to practice I do about 3,500 sit-ups anywhere between seven fifty to fifty hundred push-ups so that’s my workout I do every day and you know it’s been working for me I’m not going to tell you how old I am but I’m a bit aged damn well that explains a lot if you’re broke you keep your hair we don’t age so knocking that out this is where the issues come in the running ten kilometres 6.2 miles from all my American friends out there every single day for three years that’s a bit excessive now here’s a fun fact back in 2013 I actually attended saitama’s routine because I’ve been a fan of one punch man since it look like it was drawn and napkin back in 2012 so I’m happy it’s become this worldwide phenomenon but I was 22 I thought yeah I’m gonna go and try this guy’s routine and I did it for 14 days January 2013 I was 20 years old 14 days and then my knees just completely Dave out on me I could have had a limited power by now now say this there are people who run incredible distances every single day and I actually know a few personally but quite a few of them are outliers at the situation meaning they’re unique and not the average running ten kilometers every single day for three years and lead to shin splints buckled knees ankle twist and just a plethora of just like injuries if you’re not jogging or running correctly I mean legitimately without proper guidance rest recovery and nutrition you can eff yourself up pretty bad doing bad but again there are people who do track and live in the military who practically like go by this and say oh that’s K 12 so how would you go about avoiding injuries while running listening to your body instead of your endorphin drunk brain telling you to go harder and push yourself to the next level now I know the common thing is if you’re not pushing yourself harder you’re not going to get fitter which is true but as s Americ said if you’re looking at increased mitochondria efficiency and blood capillaries ation which basically means more blood flows which gives you more oxygen which gives you more nutrients so you’re able to exercise longer then you should really focus on slowing your tempo down and feeling what your body is saying like really listening to your body remember the tortoise beat the hare by pacing itself and then gradually increasing the tempo when you feel comfortable going balls to the wall injuring yourself will only exacerbate the situation against no good in getting them games though I will suggest just jogging three to four days a week get those substantial results now with all this information with a simple routine like saitama’s get you a nice muscular physique like the one punch man one of my friends it actually really depends on your body type if your endomorph an ectomorph mesomorph also depends on your age your genetic makeup your daily activity your lifestyle and then you know you know metabolism everything berries every person is different so everyone would get different results following that routine and honestly following our teen like this a hundred push-ups without stopping a hundred steps without stopping a hundred body squats without stopping and then immediately a 10k run no stopping break it up into sets and eat healthy you can get some pretty nice results though personally a more accurate representation of the body would most likely achieve would be the manga version of Saitama shirtless this form looks like someone who does a lot of running and has muscle tone from calisthenics and is more believable than the anime version not saying that physique isn’t attainable but it’s more like he’s been doing bar star Street workout calisthenics with the muscularity he has there but I always do to do this I hope you enjoyed today’s video I had a blast making it I had to cover my man first because I love the fact that this low-key manga / webcomic I started reading three years ago has blown up into this worldwide phenomenon because I knew it was going to do it I freakin call this be sure to follow me on my Facebook account my Twitter account my tumblr account and my Instagram account I always update those frequently and of course be sure to rate comment and 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100 thoughts on “Would One Punch Man Saitama’s Fitness Training Actually Work?”

  1. Yes it does because I’ve done it and I’ve gotten stronger faster and I have a better body then I could wish for

  2. I’ve been trying this workout, on day 8 but subbed running for an elliptical to avoid the knee damage and have been scaling up to saitamas workout as I was never a big workout person before. So far on 80 with the 8k run

  3. I'm currently over 500 lbs. I tried to do ten each thing and pulled a muscle in my leg. It was my fault for trying to rush everything and not taking my time. But what I want to try to do for now is make it so I can do 100 of every thing not in one sitting. But over the course of 4 days.

    So I'm thinking about 12 sets of each thing every morning and every night. I've tried jogging but usually give out about 30 seconds in so I wanna at least try power walking around my block a few times.

    Would that work for someone my size? I'm open to advice.

  4. He didnt understand it, even if your knees make weird clicking noises, you have got to keep on doing

  5. Really I doing this for 1 month and then when I slap my friends at his shoulder and he said bro did you just broke my bone

  6. I’m 12 and feeling out of shape so I was wandering wether or not I should do this challenge, if I break it up into sets would I be able to do the challenge without serious injury

  7. Saitama taught us that we can do anything in our lives if only we believe and try our best in that.Saitama never gave up,not even when he felt like it was not possible.He made the impossible possible.Learn from him.Yk nothing is impossible in our lives if only we believe that we can do it.Never give up.Keep trying.Saitama wanted to be a hero.Save the world from monster and at last after a lot of trainings he finally achieve it.He achieved more than he thought he would get…The most powerful superhero ever.

  8. Would you recommend me to do this…even when I'm skinny, like a skinny Steve Rogers from Captain America? I do walk alot, I find that more comfortable to me than driving or riding a bike. XD

  9. Anyone who has never seen a natural body look at this guy, this is how you look when you don't take steroids. Amazing 🙏

  10. Thanks
    I'm going to do the One Punch man challenge. Except I'll work my way up, I'm a big guy. I'll start with 10 push up, 10 sit ups, 10 squats, and 1k run and after every month I'll go up by 10 and a 2k and so on.

  11. IM a 13 years old and 170cm.
    I can do a 40 push ups without stoping. .
    Is this bad? I dont even do training or somethin and im 60 klogram
    Im still young for being in this tall and that kilogram thing i think…. (sorry my englsh is bad)
    What do you think?
    Help me

  12. Four years later:
    "Local bald man is seen punching a store robber in the face and flew 124 miles away."

  13. I decided to start working out today.

    I immediately dropped a 25 pound weight on my big toe.

    …i think i'll start tomarrow, maybe the day after.

  14. Saitame did this training to become a hero not for sports or fitness. By doing this training he thought would be hard he broke his limits wanting to become a hero and not a personal trainer. It would be a different training for each and every person because each would have to break their limits.

  15. But it won't get anyone a one punch unless their limiter gets removed cause Saitama trained so hard that he removed his limiter so if you really want the one punch you must start at the 100 sit ups squats and push ups and just really follow Saitama and every little bit helps but also get your 8 hours of sleep and nutrition everyday and don't stop if not it won't work

  16. Actually the real power of Saitama is his mind. He thinks himself as super powerful that is what gives him self believe to do anything…..and ya power is always there from his training

  17. If you wanted to have the power to defeat everything with ONE PUNCHHHH ahem sorry reflex but with one punch then imagine doing fist bumps

  18. Saitama training dangerous idiot People if you dont believe me so you can try your own body is getting heavy and killing you

  19. Maybe it only works for ur average everyday person cause the average dude cant do that workout really easily

  20. Just keep doing it, doesnt matter how long it takes. Saitama didnt set a number of years to train he just never stopped and didnt make excuses for himself

  21. 100 push up

    100 sit up

    10 km

    No air conditioner in summer

    No heat in winter

    Eat banana for breakfast

    3 years

  22. There was a character in Baki who hugely overtrained I remember, and it ended up making him skinnier and weaker than before he started.
    I think he ended up getting on some experimental performance enhancing drug that turned him into a heavy hitter, though. Forget his name.

  23. wow this has been non stop talking, i thought dude would try it and give us his input, but instead its just an opinion, i should start making videos like this, no offense to Jax, it was just not my expectation, i figured you would try it and let us know rather than over analyze this

  24. If you use airconditioning, it will not work! Its THE essential part. You need to adjust to high heat from your strong muscles!

  25. I did a lot of intense physical training from 9am to about 10:30pm or 11pm 6 days a week from July to August and some of September, i lost 60ish pounds….until i got a time demanding job and gained those back in the past 4 years…

  26. Best way to run those distances is on dirt and grass. Concrete and cement is terrible for your legs. Even loose gravel would be significantly better on your knees.

  27. I’m trying this but I’m starting off with 20 push up 20 squats and so on 20 everything the run I’ll run for an hour or half an hour imma work from that to 100

  28. This man is already muscular. I just see him get more muscular every tough like the toons video. He isn't wrong. He is very toned.

  29. i could train running somewhere around 10km only twice in a row. Then i needed 1 day of rest becouse I fell that my bones hurts 😀

  30. Ey Jax quick question;
    If I were to do this but say, 10 push ups 10 times to reach a hundred. Same with the sit ups and squats and run. How effective would it be? I know each body is different but is there a general idea as to how it would turn out?

  31. If you can imagine it you body can do it please don't trust these so called science study they're always coming up with study's just eat Healthy and sleep enough and work out

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