One Punch Man Workout Actually Works, Here’s How Someone Manage to Pull it Off

If you have ever watched the very popular One Punch Man anime series, you would know that our beloved hero, Saitama, has a special workout regiment that helped him gain super strength.

As his friend Genos states, the workout regimen is not that difficult for pro athletes, however, this is what Saitama did and it worked for him. So the question is, does it really work in real life?

Facebook user Sean Seah put the regiment to test and surprisingly enough, it worked! It didn’t grant him super strength, speed or agility, but it totally ripped his body up in a short amount of time. If you don’t know what the One Punch Man workout is, let’s break it down.

You will have to complete 100 push-ups, 100 situps, 100 squats, and run 10 Kilometers for a complete year. However, Sean only did it for a month, and for the most part, went at a level 5 version of the workout.

After a couple of weeks, he ups the program to level 7, to then eventually level 9, which finally pushed him to level 10. This is no easy task, but I believe that his work shows off tremendous results. Plus this all took place within a 30-day window.

Check out the new video down below:

Trained like Superhero for 30 Days

I Trained Like Superhero (1 Punch Man) For 30 DaysJoin us in this (accountability) group lets do this challenge for 2019And watch the 8 facts before you start the workout!

Posted by Sean Seah on Saturday, March 9, 2019

Sean also released a video talking about what he ate during the 30-challenge. Give it a watch down below!

Diet Plan One Punch Man 30 days

[Diet Plan for 30 Days One Punch Man Challenge]This video is to answer all questions regarding the diet changes I made during the 30 days challenge!Join us our FB Group for more discussion and to encourage one another!

Posted by Sean Seah on Friday, April 5, 2019

One Punch Man season 2 airs tomorrow, April 9th, on Hulu. Are you excited about the long-awaited return of our beloved hero? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Facebookvia Kotaku