Not too long ago, the One Punch Man workout challenge was a thing on the internet and many of the anime fans have given it a go, hoping that they would become as ripped as Saitama, the superhero in the series.
However, the workout routine isn’t exactly friendly for beginners, as this netizen, Aweeff shared what happened to his friend after going hard on the challenge. Here’s what he wrote.
“My office mate dropped his weight from 78kg to 65kg in two months’ time doing the One Punch Man workout challenge. Unfortunately, he had to take a break for eight weeks after fracturing his ankle.”
“This type of workout is very intensive because you have to do it every day. I just want to say: know your body’s limit and don’t simply do it (without proper guidance).”
In case you haven’t heard of this challenge, the workout consists of:
- 100 push-ups
- 100 sit-ups
- 100 squats
- 10km run
All of the workouts must be performed daily!
Hence, it is not recommended for beginners to attempt this routine. Instead, newbies can start with 20 push-ups, 20 sit-ups, 20 squats and a 2km run. Once the muscles aren’t sore anymore after completing the routine, that’s when the number of repetition should be increased. Take it easy, guys! You’ll get there gradually!
For those of you who are wondering about the effectiveness of this challenge, there’s one man who actually tried it and it worked out very well for him. Check out the full story below!
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