Genus says Saitama "removed his limiter" (リミッターを外す, Rimittā o hazusu) and "broke his limiter" (リミッターを破壊する, Rimittā o hakaisuru), Gyoro Gyoro says she wants to "break the limits of growth" (成長の限界を破る, Seichō no genkai o yaburu).
Yes, it is possible to remove the limiters that stop us from using 100% of the power and strength that our bodies put in place to stop us from breaking ourselves, no you can't do so on the level of saitama.
Although he tells everyone he got his incredible power through mere physical training, no one believes him at all. According to Saitama, after a year and a half of 100 daily push-ups, sit-ups, and squats, plus 10 km daily running, he had achieved some level of superhuman strength.
Saitama is incredibly strong and can defeat any opponent with a single punch. Saitama claims to have developed his strength by following the One Punch Man workout, which consists of 100 situps, 100 pushups, 100 squats, and a 6.2-mile (10-km) run.
No… at least fighting wise.. he never loses. So far no one can beat him or even damage him or even make him excited.. All went down in One Blow.. Few Survived due to Saitama holding back his power….
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