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What will happen if I do 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats,

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What will happen if I do 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and run 10 km every single day?
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youll become a respectable human bean
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You won't even get through one day.
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>>160790429
But Saitama was not respected. Many view him as a scum.
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>>160790402
If you actually get to regularly do that, you'll be respectfully fit (toned, not jacked) and doing maintenance
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>>160790402
it's the 10km run that kills you. everything pales in comparison
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>>160790526

I don't see why you couldn't make the pushups situps or squats harder somehow. who says you can do them faster or with more weight?
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Actually, this is basic training for middle-aged men.

Darkshine probably did more weight training and cardio than Saitama did.
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>>160790402

Get elected as president of Russia i think.
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>>160790526
Depends. I'm an average (by European standards), slightly overweight person and i can jog 10k just fine. Putting one foot in front of the other takes so little energy it's really just a matter of will.
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>>160790402
Running that much every day without taking time to rest would lead to severe exhaustion before anything else. If you somehow powered through that you would inevitably get injured.
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>>160790720
It's not like doing it once is particularly challenging, doing it every day with no rest days in between is what would fuck you over.
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>>160790402
You will never know because you will quit it and never finish it like everything in your life.
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It gets easier.

t. guy who's been doing it literally every day for the past 204 days.
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>>160790777
You could easily do it by running shorter jogs 3 times a day leaving a resting period in between.
Most atheles work out in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening so their bodies get rest and dont get worn out while having maximum progress.
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>>160790402
you'll go bald
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>>160790925
Can you take down S-Class demons with one punch yet?
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>>160791092
But what if I'm already bald?
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>>160791137
Yes.
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>>160791157
your scalp falls off then
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>>160790720
It's the impact on your bones and joints really. Running is terrible for your skeleton.

You'd be better off replacing the running with an equivalent amount of cycling. It would be entirely feasible then.
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>>160790925
I guess to go in to more detail

It's hard as shit the first time you give it a try. The only "trick" is to do what Saitama did and keep at it. Think of the exercise as more of a spiritual and mental training than it is muscle training.
I started off doing sets. 25 push ups, 25 sit ups, 25 squats, break, 25 push ups, etc, etc. And I ran 1 mile, drank some some water, ran another mile, drank some water etc.
My diet mostly consisted of water, almonds, bananas, and fruit juice
Over time you'll get so used to the routine. Then you can do 100 PU's, SU's, and SQ's with no trouble at all if you start with an energetic spirit and mind.
But the road to that level is a hard fought one. There will come a day when you're doing push ups and you'll collapse from the exhaustion and muscle pain. You'll want to stop right then and there. But if you dedicate yourself and conjure up as much energy and determination as possible, you'll get through that hump and then 100 push ups will be nothing to you.
As for the running, if you're not careful it can really hurt you. When I first started off my legs were in an immense pain from doing running and squats. At times your legs will stop working spontaneously for a split second due to all the strain you've put on them from all the running and squats.

As for the results, you pretty much get a slim fit body. Also watch your overall body weight. Be careful not to go under the average body weight because doing and exercise like this every day can drastically increase your metabolism.

And as for the hair loss. No sign of hair loss for me yet. Maybe I'm not trying hard enough.
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>>160791450
>all that fucking sugar
>no protons and no fat
I can't believe you kept up any exercise regime like that. In fact I can't believe you managed to get out of your bed at all.
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>>160791679
Man fuck the no protons diet.
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>>160791679
EVERY

SINGLE

DAY
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>>160790402
Isn't it unsafe to go 10km every single day?
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>>160791755
depends, does that 10 kilometer route take you through Detroit?
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>>160791679
Did I click on /fit instead of /a?
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>>160791815
I think there's a surprising overlap between the two boards, /fit/ has a massive hardon for DBZ, Saitama gets posted now and then and goal body threads are full of anime guys and references
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>>160791815
just pretend this is one of their fictional goal body threads
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>>160791450
did you be sure to activate your almonds before you ate them?
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>>160791979
>mfw I found out activating almonds is a real thing
Apparently it means bringing the nut to a state of pre-germination, I think it's done with submerging them in water. It gets rid of enzyme inhibitors that make nutrients less digestible in unactivated nuts.
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>>160790720
I went on a trip to Germany for two weeks, and we did about 25km a day of walking. After one week, I could barely fall into my shitty hostel bed after the wind-down. I could barely get up in the mornings. One day, I got a fucking hernia in my back and passed out from the pain. It wasn't just my body, it was my feet and legs. My feet looked burnt and my legs were cramping every night.

Running 10k every day would destroy your body. It doesn't matter if you're fit, I am fit, walking that for two weeks nearly broke me. Running might be easier on the feet (running shoes have a lot more support than hiking sandals), but will be much worse on the body.
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>>160791755
Yes, take it easy a couple days of the week.
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>>160791450
I take steroids.
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>>160790402
I think someone in french got ligament torn for running 10 km everday (+ other set)... check yt
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>can't even do 1 pushup properly
How am I ever to get on saitama's level
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>>160790402
>10km
that would be the hardest part for the lardasses. 10km is fucking brutal for the untrained
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>tfw can barely run 2 miles
I have shitty stamina. Would it be pantsu on head retarded to try to do 10km immediately instead of slowly building up to it?
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>>160793637
10km run everyday would be exploding_knees.jpg to most people, even athletes. your joints can't take that type of punishment on the regular without rest periods.
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>>160792074
Don't think your done just because you have your almonds activated, you also have to make sure to energize them or the whole endeavor is pointless.
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>>160790402
You will develop a decent base physique although you really should add pull-ups to that routine for a more balanced spread.
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>>160793360
i started out like that too.
do negative pushups.
start from high up, then lower yourself to the ground as slowly as you can.
in a week you should be able to manage one normal pushup.
then build up from that. i'm currenntly at 25 pushups max per set. or 10 clap-ups. i started 2 months ago
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>>160793663
Hi Mob.
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>>160793663
look up couch to 5km
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>>160794513
I got you senpai.
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>>160790429
noice
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Is swimming better than running?
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>>160791157
DAAAAAAAAAIZ
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>>160791450
>Maybe I'm not trying hard enough.
You must've forgotten the most important part, not using air conditioning.
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Are you guys all 50 years old and over 300lbs? Running does not destroy your body you weak shits
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But can he do it at 400x Earth's gravity?
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>>160798284
It does if you don't have proper form, good shoes that fit your running pattern, and give your body no time to rest.
It's very easy to fuck up your joints by running/jogging if you don't know what you are doing, on the flipside it's next to impossible to do the same by cycling and swimming unless you way overdo it so those are usually recommended for cardio over running.
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>>160798284
Try being a neet for few years with little to non physical activity and running even 3km will kill you.
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>>160790640
No, because darkshine did as much as he wanted and he eventually stopped

Saitama did all he could every day to the upmost without complaining. The rest of people either
>rely on superpowers
>rely on augmentation
>rely on robotics
>only do as much workout and training as they seem necessary
None of them bring themselves to the limit
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>>160790429
and a real hero
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>>160798513
>No, because darkshine did as much as he wanted and he eventually stopped
>Saitama did all he could every day to the upmost without complaining.

Did you not watch the episode? Did you not read the manga? Did you not get the joke?

It's a shit tier "basic get in shape" exercise.
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>>160790751
>Running that much every day without taking time to rest would lead to severe exhaustion
no, i run marathons and i do this everyday. its like jogging for 1 hour
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>>160795022
eri is cheating though. prosthetics make you better at it
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>>160798408
Actually, if he subconsciously controls gravity, his workout may be even harder than Darkshine's.
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>there are people who still don't get the joke

100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and run 10 km every single day is something that an athlete or reasonably in-shape person can do as easily as breathing.
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I can't even do 15 push-ups in a row.
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>>160793663
>>tfw can barely run 2 miles
>I have shitty stamina.

Faito, anon! Ganbare!
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If rather die before I do cardio, I don't mind lifting, push ups or whatever.
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>>160798927
hello /fit/. stick to your squats fatty
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>>160798675
That shit tier jokd exercise, because it was killing saitama and the limit of what saitama could do, was what broke his limit

The important thing is not doing impressive exercise, is doing the exercise that could be considered someone's limit, which only saitama has done.
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>>160799903
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>>160790402
>no pulls (Inb4 deadlifts is a pull)
>no OHP
>no about work

This shit is guaranteed to not only make you look like shit, but give you muscle imbalances too.
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>>160799953
>sound theory that is well though and fits the theme of the manga
>"oh shit, I have nothing to answer, I'LL JUST CALL HIM AUTISTIC!"

But to answer you
Real spoilers from the webcomic
in the webcomics that theory is confirmed in a conversation between a guy from the house of evolution and zombieman. Saying that the secret of saitama's strength is he having broken his own limits by doing what was the most taxating for him. That mediocre routine, because it was the limit for a mediocre guy like saitama, having been done without rest, was enough to break his limits. No other character ever thinks of going over to his own limits, like darkshine or tanktop master, even if their day to day
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>>160791157

You'll grow hair.
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Why do people always forget saitama was fighting monsters the whole time? It wasn't every day but he got in enough scuffles to make the overall stress a lot more than just the exercise.
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>>160790402
Your knees will get fucked up.
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>>160791705

What's the matter? Can't handle a little neutronium?
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>>160792137
>walking 15 miles destroyed his body
You're not fit lol.
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>>160790720
Typical 4chan.

>i swear guys ive never done exercise before
>yet i can run 10k which is almost 50 or more min for unexperienced runners
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>>160801834
>a day
You don't seem to understand that prolonged running without rest will destroy your body.

Rest is important to allow the damage accrued by wear to heal. Doing it every day would destroy your ligaments, muscles, and joints.
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>>160790720
>I don't do any exercise but I can jog 10km
You mean those jogs old women do where they sort of take small hops from one foot to the other?
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>>160798771
>subconsciously controls gravity
If you're talking about Tats being unable to lift him that's because he's ridiculously resistant to psychic power.
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>>160790751
>>160790777
>>160791314
>>160791755
>>160792137
There are too many to reply to you all, so I'll leave it with this many
You are all fucking retarded. Humans have the most resilient skeletal-muscular structure of any animal that exists. The reason you can't go 10km every day is because you are fucking weak. Yeah, going from doing nothing to that every day is too much of a jump, but if you work up to it 10km is absolutely nothing to something like a human. Humans started their upward trend as persistence hunters. I'm sure it's not a big surprise to any of you that most animals can run faster than humans can, so humans would hunt them down by just tracking them and chasing them until they were too tired to run away any more.
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>People bitch about pushups and situps
Kek I'm a 100kg hambeast and even I can do like 40 pushups and 80 situps in one go
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>>160790402
Not humanly possible. You will die of exhaustion before you can accomplish all of them.
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>>160804064
Wouldn't being a hambeast make pushups easier since the distance to the ground is smaller?
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>>160802012
Walking 15 miles a day everyday should not "destroy" your body.
You're a soft body fuck and are not fit.
WALKING
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>>160805907
>Running 10k every day would destroy your body.
RUNNING
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>>160790496
That's just Marvel Citizen Syndrome.
I'd like to believe Real Life human are closer to DC Citizens
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I run about 10k every two days and I'm far from being super fit

athletes can do 10k every day easily.
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>>160791907
Are you implying that the shitposting on /fit/ is even remotely as bad as the Dragon Ball threads on /a/, or is it actually a board worth checking out?
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>>160806023

Look at the top athletes (long distance, middle distance) training programs and say their bodies are being destroyed.
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>>160806461
You're fucking retarded. They don't run ten miles at once every single day.
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>>160802279
>and 80 situps in one go

1 inch ROM does not count.
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>>160790402
Don't listen to anyone encouraging this. Doing this every single day will eventually ruin your knees and cause your body to actually be less physically fit. These exercises are not conducive to proper growth.
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>>160806559
10k is 6 miles and they do
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>>160806662
Most athletes have a day where they rest and recover but I would be willing to say that there are some that push themselves to do it every single day regardless.
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Are stationary bikes a good way to do cardio?
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>>160806745
That's called overtraining and that's exactly how kevin ware broke his fucking leg when he landed
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>>160806745
10k is a rest day for some guys I know. It's not always 100% intensity
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>>160793727
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>>160790402
Actually RUNNING for 10km is pretty impressive.
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>>160806568
Thats just lazyness. I knew somebody that used to weigh something similar to that lard, and lost it all. They could do a few situps when they started even at that weight. That fat lard there is just a lazy sack of shit that thinks it will magically fall off if he puts his arms behind his head and pushed a bit.
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>>160806823
I never said it wasn't called overtraining nor did I say it was a good idea.
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>>160806789
No
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>>160806999
People think exercising is some kind of shortcut from dieting without realizing their 30 minutes jog didn't even account for half the fucking cola they gurgled right after going back home.
You wanna lose weight you've got to stop eating.
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>>160790402
>doing shit from a gag manga
You'll end up with rhabdomyolysis.
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>>160806023
The post I was replying to was about walking in europe on vacation retard.
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>>160807481
Maybe that's the secret behind Saitama's strength, a thick gelatinous blood and evolved kidneys that didn't explode for some reason.
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You will most likely die.
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>/a/ fitlets think you'll die if you do basic training
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10k is not high mileage.
It would only fuck you up if you're a fat fuck with too much weight for your joints or if you're running with shit form on concrete.
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>>160802239
>expecting sedentary fags to understand the body's capabilities

The persistence hunter shit is a myth though. Very few groups of humans used that as a viable hunting strategy.
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>>160790402
Just lift and eat right.
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>>160790402
>100 push Ups
Not that hard
>100 sit UPS
Easy, that said there are better core workouts
>100 squats
That is actually pretty harsh. Not the number you want to start with, and every day feels like you'll just fatigue your muscles
>10 km
Lol forget about it. Do even marathons runners do 5km every day? Doubt it
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I had a friend in high school who joined track and cross country and went from almost never running to running ~40 miles a week over the course of one year. He's still alive and well.
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>being this scared of a little cardio
It's 10k not a ultra marathon.
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>>160807649
I would.
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>>160807923
There's running and actually running.
There's a lot of difference in the stamina it takes to run 1km in less than 4'00 or just take it easy going above 8'00.
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>>160790402
Real push-up, squats, and sit ups. or bloated numbers push-ups, squats, and sit ups where you rush through the whole thing at 4 repeats per second?
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>>160807649
You are an incompetent idiot.
There's nothing basic about running 10 kms every isngle day. It'll wear your joints down to nothing.
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>>160808435
>this is what fat neets believe
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>>160802239
you're reading too much HFY, go back to /tg/ or r/HFY anon.
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>>160808435
You don't have to sprint it, light jog wouldn't hurt you. And if you are worry about the joints in your legs, run on your hands.
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>>160807209
why not?
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>>160807696
there are humans today that use it as a viable hunting strategy, I don't think you know what "myth" means
>>160808543
I don't know what HFY means but I think you should be the one going there
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>>160806827
At that point you're basically just an addict. I knew a guy who was a crazy runner, couldn't spend a day without running like 10-15km at least, it was fucking creepy. If he was spending one day without running, he was shaking like leaf and nervous as fuck.
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>>160808604
Nobody can sprint 10km.
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>>160790402
You would either die because that shit cant just be started clean at that many reps right away and needs to be worked up to, or you would give up after 30 sit ups because no one on /a/ is /fit/
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>>160798536
Nice Reference.
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>>160808682
Or you're a top level athlete. Stop justifying your lack of commitment
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>>160808682
Olymplic runners go about 20 miles a day.
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what if you can do the running, sit ups and squats just fine but can't do even a single push up because you have fucking sticks for arms despite being a lardass
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>>160807696
That is no myth. Humans have the best distance endurace(for the lack of a better word) then any other animal. There is a festival in Britan I think, where people will outrun/jog horse. Just make the distance long enough and the human will eventually reach it
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>>160810346
How did humans hunt other humans?
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>>160810346
How do you know the horses weren't just sandbagging once they got bored?
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>>160790402
your knees will bust. now if you do the 10 km once a week that'll be a lot different. you'll get a bit of an athletic figure, probably abs, but you won't get that saitama physique. you'd build enough strength though to advance pretty fast.
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>100 push-ups
Not much
>100 sit-ups
Not much
>100 squats
Not much
>run 10 km
Busted knees within a year

Also
>No rest days
Gonna injure yourself
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>>160810960
>10 km a week
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>>160790640
>>160798513
if you think about it in the opm universe if you obsess over something you become that thing. The crab dude from the first episode became a monster after eating crabs every day all day obsessively and garou becomes a monster after obsessing over monsters. Saitama became the strongest hero from being obsessed over being a hero.
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>>160790925
post body
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>>160807404
>you've got to stop eating
Changing what you eat
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>>160790402
You won't look like Saitama, but you'd still get some nice muscle
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Relevant video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2iICRLVkfY
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Why are /a/'s knees so weak?
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>>160811814
They don't lift to make their knees strong.
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>>160794495
>>160798880
>tfw I keep thinking about Mob and the body improvement dudes whenever I run at the gym
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>>160790402
You die.
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>>160790402
You lose your hair and you will be forced to live in IDDQD for all eternity. Not even the Phoenix Cluster's black hole can kill you off.
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>>160811814
because our arms are heavy
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>>160790402
>3x5
>not 5x5
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>>160813640
>Not 4x12
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>>160801893
I wouldn't say 50, maybe 35ish for someone experienced and who was an adult.
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You will accomplish nothing because the most important part about Saitama-sensei's prowess is not using the air-condition.
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>>160790402
You will end up like pic related
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>>160790402

Every day will make you pretty tired, you need rest days, at least because of the running.
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>>160816684
Rest days are for quitters.
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>>160800617
You're correct but not entirely, his strength is a result of him doing exercise that was taxing for him but that's not the entire thing. It works kind of like the natral monster transformation, you do X but then you do X so much to the point where it's all you do and then you do X so much to the absolute extreme you become something else. Saitama broke his limiter because he was so focused on becoming strong that something broke within him and he can now one shot anybody
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>>160816631
Not true. You become bald outside and hollow inside, like Saitama.

Garou's routine is the real mystery if you want god tier aesthetics.
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>>160790402
>started doing 100 squats and 100 sit ups everyday since the summer started out of boredom
>do it in a small bathroom with no windows because that's literally the most convenient place I have for doing it unless I want sweat everywhere on the house
>after the 100 sit ups and around 20-30 squats I produce so much heat that the bathroom mirror gets foggy and the place feels like a fucking sauna
>have to drink almost half a bottle of water after doing this, and I do it almost always at night because it's slightly colder than during the day
>I've been unable to shower using hot or even warm water in over a month
I feel like if I started running or doing any exercise outside the house my own inability to withstand heat in a country that reaches 40°C on a normal summer day would easily kill me. Swimming looks like a much better option
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>Neets who only walk to get food from the fridge posting how easy it'd be to run 10k every fucking day
At least research a bit before lying you fat fucks
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>>160819796
10k a day isn't hard at all. However it would destroy your knees pretty quickly after about 5 years.
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>>160818347
Saitama doesn't do one hand push ups or at least archers my ass with shoulders like that
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>>160819796
>neets who only walk to get food from the fridge posting how hard it is to run a fourth of a marathon every day
>>160821222
it's literally an hour of jogging, your knees are fine unless you're a stupid fat fuck
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>>160818347
Garou's routine is getting the shit kicked out of you and the surviving only to go and get wrecked again
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>>160821412
>5 years of jogging an hour every day won't hurt your knees

Are you serious?
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>>160790402
You'd get in decent shape
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>>160821886
you realize there are middle-aged women who do this and their knees are fine, right? You seem like a very sheltered person.
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>>160792137
>crying about 25km a day
never join the infantry
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>>160793663
Of course you should try it. Take it as slow as you need to but dont give up and dont let yourself be comfortable. As you get used to doing it daily do it a little faster every couple days.
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>>160802239
This. Human bodies are literally designed for running. Its far more natural for your body to run than it is to lift lots of heavy weight over and over.
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>>160806789
Just run. Jog if you cant run and then build up to running. If you have some kind of disability that prevents you from running then you should use the bike, but other than that you just need to force yourself to get on the treadmill or track.
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>>160821412
>An hour of jogging
10km/hour is running. Of course I don't expect you to actually know this based on your post.
>Your knees will be fine
Fucking kek.
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>>160821886
Are you fucking retarded?
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>10 km is 6 miles
why do people say this is some heinous task? It's a fair amount of running but it's nothing that'll kill you, I used to do that shit in high school
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>>160822239
If you can do it for an hour, it's not running. Six miles per hour is slow as fuck for running, unless you're fat, or a girl.
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>>160822359
You're talking to people who have never run faster than they were forced to in PE class.
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>>160810536

rope, stick, box, waifu.
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>>160822239
here, this is an article from some shitty fitness website for middle-aged women that my mother uses
http://www.livestrong.com/article/526358-normal-speed-for-jogging/
>Keep It Between 5 and 6 MPH
>Once your speed eclipses 6 mph, running coach Mike Antoniades told BBC Sport, your workout technically shifts from a jog to a run.
>As such, a very small window for jogging exists. Theoretically, your jogging speed should average between 5 and 6 mph.
10km/h is not running
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>>160822239
Its literally not. Thats a jog pace.
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>>160818347
Garou's routine is having great genes.

He's a genius who doesn't afraid of anything and gets away with everything.

Of course his body cannot not be perfect.
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>>160822489
>Literally cites an article that shows it's running
>It's not running
Let me help you do the math since you're retarded
1 miles = 1.6km
6 mph = 9.65 kmph
10 km/h is over that.

>>160822543
>>160822367
How about you fags get on a threadmill at 10km/h for an hour and get back to me. Fucking kek. Do you even run?
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>>160813543
There's vomit on my sweater already
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>>160822715
Yes. Im in the army.
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>>160822715
I prefer lifting weights, but yeah, I do 10km in an hour once a week on one of my rest days.
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>"This is impossible! You'll kill yourself!" says the fat anon who's actually a janitor on 4chan before eating another piece of Cheetos stuck on his belly.
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ITT: Fitlets.
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>>160802239
I don't think Saitama ever claimed that he started doing that all of suden
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>>160825104
>/v/ is the more /fit/ than /fit/

DOUBTO
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>>160826051
BMI is meaningless if you have muscle
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>>160825104
>/b/ is the lowest age and lowest % of virgins

uhuhhh...suuure
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>>160790402
You're probably just overwork yourself and not make any kind of gains before burning out. You're essentially saying you're going to do all that working out plus running 6 miles and some change a day.

You'd be better off doing a 5x5 style workout every other day and running on an alternate day. Mixing cardio and weight lifting is just a good way to burn out and quit without doing anything besides making yourself sore.
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>>160801610
>Tfw Blast was actually bald until he met Tatsumaki
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>ITT: Anons who don't know how to run and have never done proper form
Here's advice from a former Varsity runner: Look up the Pose method made by Dr. Romanov, read about it, and start inspecting yourself with a slow pace as you run. Start experimenting (how much pressure is needed to lift yourself? Is my pacing too fast or too slow for me over time?Are you r strides too long or too short?, etc). Running is nothing but letting a foot fall down and push you off while in a stride. You will hurt yourself if you don't know how to land properly, which includes stresses in the knees and joints. In general, running 10k is nothing compared to a marathon. Just make sure to eat something light and drink a little bit of water as you condition yourself over time. Now what would really kill your knees is rucking. Also read:
>http://running.competitor.com/2014/03/training/an-introduction-to-the-pose-method-of-running_65128
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>>160812116
...Sageru?
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>>160818347
You have to train at a dojo until you can beat every single student at the same time.

Reminder that Tatsumaki is leagues more evil than Garou.
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>>160822902
Did you run 10k every day for three years and not bust your kneecaps?
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>>160826187
/b/ has metastasized Stage 4 normie cancer, which explains why it has become a porn dump
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>>160825104
>/a/ being this heavy yet this small
>only /mlp/ has heavier manlet anons over there

Sounds about right.
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Fat ass here, currently trying to get /fit/.

100 push ups and 100 sit ups aren't possible right now, don't have the strength.
Squats aren't a problem, I was doing 200 squats per day till I pulled a muscle. Its a pretty great exercise till then, its something you can do just about any time. Just make sure to take rest days.

I don't have the stamina to run for more then a few minute, but even a 30-45 minute walk every day can make you feel a shit ton better. Don't focus on distance, find yourself a route, figure out how long it takes and go from there.

I originally did 1 lap up and down my street, it has a nice 60 degree hill, took around 30 minutes. After two weeks I was able to increase my pace and took 5 minutes off my time, so I doubled the number of laps. Now it takes me about 45 minutes for both laps, I'm trying to bring the number down. Assuming you are capable of going up and down stairs you should be able to follow this.

The biggest issue is controlling your diet which matters most, unless you are doing a serious amount of training, what you eat is going to offset any exercise you do most of the time. This is just a will power thing, it might help if your counting calories, you would probably be surprised how much you can and can't get away with based on how you eat.
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>>160827940

I meant 30 degree hill
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You'll get into pretty good shape. You won't be a body builder, but as long as you mind your diet you'll be pretty fit.
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>>160825104
>average height is manlet territory on every single board
frightening
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>>160791705
Why are you so negative?
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>>160802239
The main issue here is that running so much every day can really damage the knees and ankles if you're running on a hard surface. Especially so if you go from overweight computer autist to attempting to do this everyday. I doubt everyone in this thread even knows what proper running posture is.
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>>160808682
Did he used to have a long beard, red cap and was on Vietnam?
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>>160828616
That's very true, and I won't deny that a lot of people injure themselves trying to start running like this when they're very out of shape and don't know how to run properly, but push themselves to make distances their bodies and technique aren't ready for for the sake of progress and produce a lot of long term injuries as a result. But the idea that a human can't run these kind of distances and be healthy doing it is also very silly.
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