ITT: manga that changed your life.
Went from scrawny to hitting the gym at least five times a week.
Why the fuck would they nuke this?
Anyway, Kokou no Hito was one of the most inspiring manga that I've ever read.
I actually started bouldering for a while because of it. It's a sick sport, just very niche and time consuming.
I don't go anymore because like I said it's very time consuming. At least in my opinion to really get the most out of it you'd need to stay at least 2 hours. It's a lot of fun though. I used to go solo, not strange at all, it's fairly common actually. Going with someone or meeting people there is very entertaining though because you can 'play' certain games or activities with other people.
Anything else you need to get off your chest anon?
I wish /m/ was for manga.
>moot splits off /v/ into 10 other boards
>/a/ still has to hold autistic pedophiles and people who just want to discuss actually good series/manga under the same roof
it's not fair.
I find it hilarious /a/ is the only board that gets asked to go to other boards, /h/, /m/ and the imagedump boards keep trying to recruit anons there.
made me start cycling and i went on to win state track championships, ive stopped tho now i just lift n buy manga
>would it be strange to go solo?
Not at all. It's one of the few things people leave you alone to do your thing and social interaction is minimal. If any happens it's to ask to share a barbell or something.
Head over to /fit/ and read the sticky.
One of the best manga I've ever read. It just spoke to me.
The whole "1000 punches everyday" was motivating af.
The side-plots can be too intrusive and the protagonist's personality takes a nosedive from his youth to his teens, though it could just be blamed on his upbringing and regular teen antics
It could be worse. It could be that piece of shit called Homunculus that /a/ always seems to circlejerk to.
Complete nonsense up until the very end. Author had no idea what the fuck he was doing.
Punpun is meant to be detestable scum so that's handled well. The real problem is that it makes it difficult to sympathize for him. Basically everything he does
after his mom diesis hard to really justify. He's not a character I ever felt deserved his happiness, although that isn't to say I think he deserved to suffer as much as he did. But most of the bad stuff in his adult life was caused by himself.
I hope you don't saw Ryo as a role model, the man was a prick that went from bad to worse. In shamo, the best role model was the Judo man that became friend of Toma, his philosophy of the gentle fist was so impressive even the black dogi surrendered.
For me it was Baki, it got me fit and made me decide to learn martial arts.
Garouden is also pretty kino
It taught me that it's okay to ignore my child and run off to become a professional killer, he'll still love me and also become a murderer to see why it's so fun. Also that the world is flat.