Superheroes are the objects of imagination and admiration for millions around the world. They commit injustice, protect the weak and save society from innumerable forms of injustice and danger. There is only one big problem: they are not real. The incredible deeds of these brave defenders are made possible by sinister forces that are unfortunately fictional.
Or are they?
What if I told you that natural superpowers are sealed in our bodies and just waiting for the right training to wake them up? As unbelievable as it sounds, it is indeed true. So, if you're ready to transcend your fragile human shell and become the superhero you've always dreamed of, here's a list of ten abilities you can unlock to become a superman!
0 Superhuman Strength  Strength is a much more complex concept than many realize. It's not just how much muscle we have, but how well we use it. You do not have to be a bodybuilder to have superpowers, as the strongest champion and the strongest man in the world, Dennis Rogers, proves. Rogers has done so many incredible things, including preventing aircraft from taking off and holding four Harley-Davidson motorcycles at the same time. This is an impressive achievement for any strong man, but especially given that Dennis Rogers is just 168 centimeters tall and 76 pounds tall. And he is in his fifties. How does he do that? The answer is plyometrics.
The goal of plyometrics is to achieve greater peace of mind in our muscles by partially bypassing a natural nervous system function called the inhibitory reflex. The Golgi-tendon organ (GTO) present in each muscle sends nerve impulses to our spinal cord each time we use a muscle. The spinal cord then responds with an inhibitory reflex that limits the power your muscle can use. This process exists because human muscles are able to produce a higher force than they and other structural elements of the body can endure. If this were not the case, the reflex muscles would be torn from tension and people would hit things with more force than their bones and sinews could endure without breaking. However, the GTO does not just suppress your power at the edge of the damage. By training with fast, explosive exercises, we can use plyometrics to express more force faster before the inhibition reflex occurs. 
The goal of plyometry is to train your muscles to release faster power through the muscle you have, with the goal of generating as much power as possible before the inhibitory reflex occurs. To achieve this, plyometry is based on fast, explosive exercises that focus on generating instant strength and developing your fast-twitch muscle fibers. In addition to training explosive bursting techniques and exercises, an important part of developing a fast-twitch muscle is training the slow-twitch muscles in other enduring endurance loadings, where fast-twitch muscle fibers begin to develop and develop.
Plyometrics are wonderful, but muscle power is still the source of this power, so we need something else. There is a difference between the number of muscles and the strength of this muscle. Both are equally important and both are designed differently. Muscle growth or hypertrophy is best trained by pushing the muscles to exhaustion through high repetitions and consecutive workouts for the same muscle groups. Strength, on the other hand, is developed with lower repetitions with more weight and adequate rest time in between.
9 Lightning Speed
You probably think, "Sure, there are some fast people out there. But there is a difference between really fast and 'superhuman speed'. "Anyone lucky enough to have had the illustrious pleasure of working with the deceased would probably make a difference to Bruce Lee, and for Lee's movements to be reasonably visible, they had to be slowed down twice, at first moving deliberately slower so that the camera would be able to capture his movements, and then the film slowed down so that the viewer's eyes could follow the action, and if those actions were not taken, the villains surrounding him would seem to fall over for no apparent reason.  If speed beyond the human eye is not fast enough in your opinion Superhuman, you're certainly hard to impress.
Fighting fast is one thing, but when we talk about real speed, we have to Running and other types of movement, fortunately this is a back to the same core concept, namely the fast-twitch muscle fiber. This is the same fast-twitch muscle fiber that was treated in the previous issue in terms of super strength, and it is widely practiced with the same concepts: plyometrics and explosiveness, as well as aligning these types of training with the muscle groups required for the desired abilities to reach.
However, fast movement is not the only element of lightning speed. In order to use this speed effectively, you also have to have a great reaction time. Without this, the entire speed of the world is meaningless. Reaction times are best trained through reaction-oriented activities such as hand-slap and speed-bag training, as well as visual athletic training such as robo-pong, focus-loop and Brock-string exercises.  8 Incredible Agility
So far, we've been researching a few powers that will help you deal with the bad guys. You need to be there in time to save. , , Whoever Saves You Super Speed will help you with that, but you need to complete the agility to overcome obstacles that most people can not overcome, and fast!
Parkour is exactly what you need. As the founder David Belle stated, "Parkour is a training method that enables us to overcome obstacles in both urban and natural environments." The most notable paths for Parkour users (traceurs) are likely to pass over roofs, as in Rush Hour BBC promo, that was the introduction of parkour into the mainstream.  Being Agile enough to climb and jump and run over terrifying obstacles may not sound like a superpower There's plenty of homemade parkour videos and you'll be struck by the incredible things that are already happening on the planet to be made all over the world!
Parkour was founded in 1990 and is a relatively new concept, but has taken the world by storm and has many training schools around the world. This is important because Parkour, if not learned under professional guidance, can be extremely dangerous for obvious reasons (including falling from the rooftops onto which you jump).
7 Extreme flexibility
Extreme flexibility is one of the best known of all real superpowers. Contortionists have been an integral part of the performance world since ancient Egypt and possibly beyond. A master of this art is Daniel Browning Smith, also known as "Rubberboy". Recognized by Guinness World Records as the most flexible man in the world, he is known for squeezing himself through unstrung tennis rackets, turning his upper body 180 degrees, half bending backwards from a recumbent position, and of course, into tiny boxes squeeze, not to mention the other skills commonly associated with art.
Jujutsu and his cousins, Brazilian jiu-jitsu and judo, as well as other forms of technical grappling is very effective and popular martial arts. These types of ground fighters use subjection, gagging, limb breaking, and various other types of gripping techniques. Flexibility is essential. Flexibility also increases the quality of many striking techniques, and not just for eye-catching moves and high kicks. Speed and range of motion in power-generating body parts such as the hips result in stronger punches.
Healing and recovery are also dramatically increased with superior flexibility as they reduce joint strain and reduce pain, making us more resilient and allowing us to get back to work faster after a particularly strenuous battle or injury.
The flexibility of training is essentially based on being regularly and frequently engaged in all kinds of stretching. Dynamic stretching increases the range, rate of movement, or both, as you move parts of your body. Ballistic stretching is less controlled and requires an impulse to push a body part beyond its usual range. Static stretching involves holding a muscle at its farthest point and has two subtypes: static-passive, which holds the stretched muscle with some external force, and static-active, which means that only the muscles are used to stretch. Another type, isometric stretching, involves tensing the stretched muscles, e.g. For example, when a partner holds your leg up while trying to push it down. (This is just one of many examples of isometric stretching.)
All types of stretching are required for extreme flexibility, but isometric stretching is best suited for the development of strength and range of motion for athletics and contortion, ie, as a primary focus function Your training is the key to these types of skills. 
6 Ultra Fortitude
For a truly superhuman body, strength and toughness are paramount as superheroes are constantly faced with threats to their bodies. Body conditioning methods have been used in the martial arts world for many years, with one of the most common concepts being bone mineralization, also referred to as calcification. Bones are mainly composed of calcium, and the amount and density of calcium in these bones determines their size and structural strength. Resistance training in the training routine is a simple and safe way to achieve mineralization. It is even suggested that older people should be helped to maintain their health. 
When the body determines that its bones absorb large amounts of force, a natural mechanism sends more calcium into the bones and increases their size, density and weight, thereby increasing the structural integrity of the body of the owner and in a certain way even the impact is increased. This concept is called Wolff's law. Many types of martial artists in history have used this concept by repeatedly struck objects to trigger a calcifying reaction in the bones, including the legendary Shaolin monks.
The Davis Law is a concept similar to Wolff's Law, with the difference that the Wolff Law applies to bones, Davis & # 39; s law concerns soft tissue. The body's ability to respond to stress is not limited to the bones, and the soft tissues of the body can be trained to also harden through stress, resulting in more elastic muscles and organs and increasing pain resistance, which is important also.
Having a body that can structurally survive as many punishments as possible is great, but how much pain and suffering the hero can endure before succumbing to a villain or an extraordinarily arduous task is another thing and also extreme important. Pain has two main concepts: threshold and tolerance. The threshold indicates how much stimulus is required for something to be "painful," and tolerance indicates how much of that pain can be sustained physically and psychologically. Unfortunately, there seems to be no way to increase the pain threshold, but tolerance can be trained to a remarkable extent.
A good place to look for it is again the Shaolin. These incredible warrior monks perform superhuman pain-regulating services, such as For example, by lying on spears and have hit large stones on the stomach. How do you do that? Meditation. By controlling their minds, the Shaolin can actually distract from pain and even reduce it, making it almost, if not completely, irrelevant. If that's not superhuman pain resistance, then what?
5 Survive Extreme Temperatures
In 2007, Wim Hof set a world record by immersing himself in ice for 72 minutes and nothing but shorts and boots that is not even his most incredible achievement. He also climbed Mount Everest, just in shorts and boots (he was only stopped by a foot injury to reach the summit) and ran a marathon in the desert without water.
Wim Hof or "The Iceman", as he is called, creates such things with increased connection and control over his body. That sounds like something that's probably a joke or a joke, but Hof has always put his work to the test by scientists and journalists who confirm all of his claims.  Although he has been so closely watched by the scientific community that he can prove His legitimacy, just as his methods work, science remains a mystery.
So how can something be trained that can not be identified? And how can we be sure that Wim Hof is not a unique nature freak? Because he teaches people. That's right, you can take lessons directly from the man and even if it's too much to travel to Europe to train with the man, there are training videos on his website!
4 Enhanced Immunity
Another achievement of The Wim-Hof Method increases your immunity! This was demonstrated when Wim Hof resisted the symptoms of an endotoxin introduced in a medical laboratory. The scientists were amazed at what they witnessed, but doubted that any other farm could mimic performance. To test this, 12 students were brought by Hofs and all withstood the poison, just like Hof!
The Wim-Hof method may be incredibly impressive, but it is not a panacea and as dangerous as it may be. For many potential pollutants, the only way to protect yourself is to expose yourself. Tolerance to poisons and other toxins is most commonly achieved by injecting or injecting a very small, survivable amount at ever-increasing rates into the body as the body's natural defense responses steadily increase the immunity of the body to this toxin. This term for it is "mithridatism". 19459013 
. Vaccines are a similar concept designed as "imitations" of a disease that causes no disease and is supposed to trigger an immune system reaction that then produces antibodies and T-lymphocytes that protect us against the disease in question.
3 Apnea Diving
Apnea diving or freediving is so popular and well-known that it is not only a superhuman human ability but also a sport! AIDA International Freediving is a democratic, international organization that sets rules and regulations for sports safety, sets world records and organizes events around the world. Although scientists believed for years that humans could only survive underwater for a few minutes and at depths not lower than 50 meters (164 ft), the world records in this sport include dives well over 200 meters deep. 
This is possible due to an evolutionary adaptation called "dive reflex". The effect of this reflex is to turn off and / or slow physiological functions that use oxygen, which allows our body to work with less oxygen over a longer period of time. Bloodshed is another phenomenon that is also necessary in freediving. This feature allows the lungs to fill with plasma to prevent the pressure from collapsing.
Although recognized as a sport worldwide, free diving for the unprepared is still extremely dangerous. Improper preparation and faulty or misguided devices have caused numerous deaths in sport. For this reason, it is important to seek the right lessons.
Many have heard that some blind people can use echolocation to find their way around, but a 2013 study by biologists at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München shows that seeing too People can learn this skill! It turns out that the ability for echolocation is a talent that slumbers in everyone. This is because our brains have learned to fade out echoes, so we can better focus on the primary source of sound than the constant distraction of the echoes of everything around us. The trick in learning echolocation is to learn to adapt to the echoes that already exist in the world.
The LMU experiment consisted of sighted people wearing headphones with headphones and a microphone. The participants made a vocalization, and the corresponding echo of objects and spaces in the room was created by the headphones. This test enabled visually impaired people to learn over a few weeks of training to extrapolate information about the shape, size and distance of the specified echo. 
1 Mind Control
It's not realistic to control others like puppets, but the onset of thought and the way people think is very much , The human subconscious mind is terribly vulnerable, and the mastery of the mind through planted suggestion is more accessible to a skill than many would suspect. Therefore, the reader should learn this, not only if necessary, but also to defend against it, should one meet a user of these techniques.
The essential element of this process is to run after the subconscious while the consciousness is focused in another way. Here are the five most common techniques: Covert hypnosis is convincing someone that your thoughts belong to their own through suggestive, focused conversation. When someone deals with pattern interruption, he creates a brief hypnotic moment by forcing a person's concentration through abnormal behavior (for example, by putting a hand on his chest instead of shaking his hand in a greeting) – the Moment when he analyzes the situation causing a brief hypnotic state). The Zeingarnik effect is a concentration that naturally occurs with incomplete tasks. This can be accomplished by telling someone an incomplete story, otherwise he or she can focus on an incomplete task. During this time of distracted focus they are very vulnerable. Another method is to use ambiguous expressions or comments that require analysis by another person center of gravity. Finally, there are hypnotic keywords that unconsciously evoke, such as "imagining whether …" can cause a person's subconsciousness to be increased, a technique that is somewhat vague and weaker, but is still widely used.
However, controlling others is not the only use of these abilities One of the most important applications – and the reason why this element was last added to the list – is that these tricks can be used to evolve oneself perhaps overwhelmed by the apparent effort required to accomplish the things listed here, but using techniques such as self-hypnosis, it is remarkable what challenges an average person masters and what achievements he can achieve.
The application The mind control in itself consists for the most part of ne Urolinguistic Programming (NLP), which in this context consists mainly of two techniques: The Flash technique is an NLP exercise in which an image associated with a negative feeling is visualized in a given situation, bright and vivid. The person then implants in this imagined image another, much smaller, grayscale image of their preferred emotion in this case. Gradually, the preferred image grows to take over the negative image, with the color flowing from the negative image to the preferred image. This process is repeated over and over until it is psychologically successful. Anchoring is the linking of an internal response with an external or internal stimulus to revert to the internal response (similarly, when you see something nostalgic, you are reminded of how you felt at first sight). This effect can be generated manually by selecting a simple self-generated stimulus, e.g. Hand gesture or touching in a certain manner and repeating this action if the anchored feeling is to be assigned to a given task. 
Although only a few techniques are listed in each category, there are actually a variety of others that can be used to obtain the same control forms.
There you have it: ten learnable superpowers that are ready to practice. Obviously, in the brevity of this list, the full process of learning such wondrous things can not be expressed, but all the elements are out there and ready to be trained. Now all you have to do is reach for destiny and of course always use your powers for the better.
Jason Karras writes, so he is.