An underground soul favorite who recorded a string of obscure singles in the 70s for Shiptown, which operated from a record store in Norfolk, Virginia.
Himeko the "Onihime" is a beautiful bruiser who can take on an army of delinquents with nothing but her natural strength and a WOODEN hockeystick.
She also breaks her cellphone's keypad because of it. Gray-Man most of the superhuman abilities of the characters are granted by a phlebotinum innocence or dark matter.
However several exorcists have shown that they are able to perform superhuman feats like Super Jump or Super Strength Shelby steele notes from the hip hop underground the use of phlebotinum, namely Allen Walker capable of holding his own against a level 3 akuma, a monster who would take several dozens of humans at once with his pure physical abilitiesHoward Link capable of smashing a level 3 into a wall with a kick or Madarao casually stopping a direct blow of a level 3 with one hand.
The two latters are former Crows, a unit of expertly trained enforcers and the former is an exorcist they are shown to train very hardly.
The Mazinger series Kouji Kabuto was a physically average teenager in the original Mazinger Zbut in Shin Mazinger Zero he performs physical feats that should not be possible, possibly due to the constant time travel is somehow heightening his capabilities.
He does not seem being initially aware of it, though. In the second timeline we see he destroys one robot with one single punch and he panics wondering if he is some kind of monster. In the third timeline he easily dodges the attacks of the Gamia sisters and takes down one of them despite of they are several times faster and more agiler than a human being like an amazed Minerva notes.
In the first episode Kouji suspected he hid something. When he saw Duke leaping several meters upwards in one single bound he realized that guy was not human. Baron Ashura in Shin Mazinger. Of course, they cross the line between this trope and Training from Hell on many, many occasions.
Ki Manipulation via training is common as well. In Narutoeven without the Functional Magic using chakraninja can jump dozens of metershit targets with inhuman accuracy, punch down stone walls, beat two-story tall bears in sumo wrestling contest, and gain a sense of smell equal to or greater than that of a dog through nothing but physical training.
Chakra is a fundamental part of the human anatomy in the series, so it is sort of justified. The entire premise is that everyone is a potential Charles Atlas. Rock Lee practically embodies this trope, even by ninja standards.
Not having the ability to control chakra, he constantly trains with insane exercises like always wearing leg weights that appear to have the same mass as a small house.
On a similar note, the show, and in particular Rock Lee, seems to reference the unconscious inhibition that the mind places on the body via the Eight Gates. However, opening them to go into Super Mode will quickly lead to exhaustion, and opening all 8 gates leads to death.
Lee's mentor Might Guy possesses physical power that makes his student look like a pillowcase in comparison. In Six Gates Mode, Gai punches so fast that his fists set on fire simply due to friction, and in Seven Gates Mode, he punches the air so hard that it compresses into a giant exploding tiger head, the size of an island, by physical strength alone.
However, this has more to do with the gates than him specifically. His father, the "Eternal Genin", used all eight gates at once, and curbstomped the seven strongest swordsmen in the world. With what we've seen on screen of it, the eighth gate allows the user to bend space with their speed, and break their own legs by kicking someone.
Of course, that kick would probably turn a normal person into paste. The Third Raikage has superhuman resilience from training alone. His lightning armor is its own brand of absolute defense, but with wind abilities able to take it outhe has trained himself to be so resilient that even the Rasen-shuriken, the most powerful known wind technique up to that point, does not affect him.
He also has the endurance and strength to rival a tailed beast, unarmed and unarmoured, and he goes out by managing to take on 10, soldiers for 3 days before dying of exhaustion.
Every power mentioned in the trope description— most often literally the intentionally hyperbolic description given— is displayed by someone in the series. Zoro slices through rocks and steel like paper. Sanji's incredible kicks allow him topple giants and walk on air.
By the end of the Dressrosa Arc, the only Straw Hats who hadn't got in on the action are Chopper whose Devil Fruit ability gives him actual Super Strength and Nami who by that point had settled into a sort of Squishy Wizard role. If you want an exhaustive list of everyone in the series covered by this trope, go check out the series character sheets.
All 35 of them. Taken to extreme levels in Dragon Ball Z where all living things have ki as a sort of mystical lifeforce. Apparently with training you can make your ki pool larger and stronger and learn how to channel it into shooting energy beamsflying, being bulletproof, telepathic, and have Super Strength that'd make them outright near Superman level.
You'd still not really be much of a match for most androids and aliens, but still. Being an alien Saiyan seems to give you the highest ki "potential", but then the human members gain strength far surpassing what is possible although they're still extremely weak in comparison to said aliens.
Satanwho has no knowledge of ki and only does ordinary training, can pull 4 buses at once and Flash Step. It's best displayed during the Buu saga during the Tournament where the Z-Fighters use the punch machine while regular old humans can get up to 97 points but Krillin even with a love-tap gets up points and of course Vegeta not holding back destroys the machine completely leading to Videl to justly question Gohan whether his friends are human or not.
There are too many to count, but suffice to say that if you train hard enough you can punch through the sound barrierdo abdominal workouts with an airlifting helicopterand stop earthquakes with a single punch.A deadly threat lurks below Manhattan in this underground thrill ride.
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