The One-Punch Man Workout is Real - And It Works

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If One-Punch Man has taught us anything, it's that you don't need a genetic mutation or to be from a different planet to become a superhero. You just need a good workout routine.

Saitama's daily workout from One-Punch Man includes 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats and a 10k run.

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The workout has seen it's first success story in an investor from Singapore named Sean Seah. As reported by Kotaku, Seah did the One-Punch Man workout for 30 days, and while he doesn't seem to have received the power to beat a godlike being in a single punch, the results certainly show. He lost five kilograms and had a large drop in his body fat percentage. Seah has shared his routine, as well as diet, on Facebook.

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Who knows? Maybe the One-Punch Man workout will be the next exercise craze to beat out CrossFit. Be sure to consult a doctor before trying this workout.

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One-Punch Man currently has its first season on Hulu, Netflix and Tubi. The season features 12 episodes and is available both subtitled and dubbed. The show is produced by J.C. Staff. The subtitled version of Season 2 is set to premiere in the United States on Hulu on April 9.

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