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Can you get used to pain!? If someone punched me for a year hard as they can in stomach... can I be immortal?

Like if someone punches me for a year I’d then be fearless of getting punched ? Like a whole year hard as they could or even if I do it myself 

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18 minutes ago, WolfLoverPro said:

Like if someone punches me for a year I’d then be fearless of getting punched ? Like a whole year hard as they could or even if I do it myself 

You should make a poll for people to guess if you're drunk, high, insane, or just looking for attention.

 

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I suspect mixed results. 
A lot of people likely would end up with PTSD like symptoms, probably most. 
A subset would likely "get over it" and adapt, mostly brushing it off. 


From a health perspective, this is NOT good for you. You will not become immortal or unbeatable. There's a reason boxers, wrestlers, MMA fighters, etc. have limited tenures.

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Not immortal but you’ll tolerate it a lot better. I did this for a while. 

I was basically fine with pain & could care less. Tons of punching concrete walls with bare hands & other things. Boxers punch walls to train pain tolerance. Spetsnaz also practice by smashing things on each other & rolling on broken glass & fire. 

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1) No, immortality is not a possibility.

2) You'd die more likely on the first day like Houdini.

 

3) You could build up a pain tolerance, but this method wouldn't work.

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shoot yourself with small bullets to build up resistance, eventually you can take a .50 cal no problem!

 

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1 hour ago, WolfLoverPro said:

Like if someone punches me for a year I’d then be fearless of getting punched ? Like a whole year hard as they could or even if I do it myself 

Nerves can be damaged or you can get head injuries that make you unable to feel pain. There's also "diseases" that block pain. There are people that have such problems and - pun intended - it's a pain... as they can burn themselves on stoves because they can't feel heat or catch their fingers in doors.

 

You can't become immortal, because cells die and they're not always replenished completely, and there's "malfunctions" aka cancers and so on and so forth.

 

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1 hour ago, WolfLoverPro said:

Like if someone punches me for a year I’d then be fearless of getting punched ?

Being fearless doesn't mean you won't feel the pain.

1 hour ago, WolfLoverPro said:

Like a whole year hard as they could or even if I do it myself

Have fun with internal bleeding, a broken rib cage, ruptured organs, etc..

 

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2 hours ago, WolfLoverPro said:

Like if someone punches me for a year I’d then be fearless of getting punched ? Like a whole year hard as they could or even if I do it myself 

Heck yeah. With that amount of training and punishments, you will even become super saiyan. 

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Been doing jiu jitsu for 10+ years and own an MMA gym.  The more you sweat in training the less you bleed in battle - and there is a measure of learning you are not made of glass and taking a hit rather than mentally crumbling to it.  However pain and nerve deadening can be done.  Look up leg conditioning videos for muay thai for example

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1 hour ago, mariushm said:

Nerves can be damaged or you can get head injuries that make you unable to feel pain. There's also "diseases" that block pain. There are people that have such problems and - pun intended - it's a pain... as they can burn themselves on stoves because they can't feel heat or catch their fingers in doors.

 

You can't become immortal, because cells die and they're not always replenished completely, and there's "malfunctions" aka cancers and so on and so forth.

 

 

4 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Been doing jiu jitsu for 10+ years and own an MMA gym.  The more you sweat in training the less you bleed in battle - and there is a measure of learning you are not made of glass and taking a hit rather than mentally crumbling to it.  However pain and nerve deadening can be done.  Look up leg conditioning videos for muay thai for example

 

10 minutes ago, wasab said:

Heck yeah. With that amount of training and punishments, you will even become super saiyan. 

 

1 hour ago, lewdicrous said:

Being fearless doesn't mean you won't feel the pain.

Have fun with internal bleeding, a broken rib cage, ruptured organs, etc..

 

 

1 hour ago, mariushm said:

Nerves can be damaged or you can get head injuries that make you unable to feel pain. There's also "diseases" that block pain. There are people that have such problems and - pun intended - it's a pain... as they can burn themselves on stoves because they can't feel heat or catch their fingers in doors.

 

You can't become immortal, because cells die and they're not always replenished completely, and there's "malfunctions" aka cancers and so on and so forth.

 

 

1 hour ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

shoot yourself with small bullets to build up resistance, eventually you can take a .50 cal no problem!

 

il take no responsibility for your damage

 

1 hour ago, valdyrgramr said:

1) No, immortality is not a possibility.

2) You'd die more likely on the first day like Houdini.

 

3) You could build up a pain tolerance, but this method wouldn't work.

 

1 hour ago, fpo said:

Not immortal but you’ll tolerate it a lot better. I did this for a while. 

I was basically fine with pain & could care less. Tons of punching concrete walls with bare hands & other things. Boxers punch walls to train pain tolerance. Spetsnaz also practice by smashing things on each other & rolling on broken glass & fire. 

 

1 hour ago, comander said:

I suspect mixed results. 
A lot of people likely would end up with PTSD like symptoms, probably most. 
A subset would likely "get over it" and adapt, mostly brushing it off. 


From a health perspective, this is NOT good for you. You will not become immortal or unbeatable. There's a reason boxers, wrestlers, MMA fighters, etc. have limited tenures.

 

2 hours ago, jstudrawa said:

You should make a poll for people to guess if you're drunk, high, insane, or just looking for attention.

 

Do it!!!

Ok so people punch walls and trees to build up fist knuckle strength 

 

ok fine maybe not punching me as hard as they can wat about just not really light but just enough  to hurt a tad? So nothing will broken just a punch you know when friends sometimes give u a nuj and you feel the breathe out as it almost just pushes the air out

 

thst hard....... so not hard but like idk lol

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6 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Been doing jiu jitsu for 10+ years and own an MMA gym.

Now I'm just thinking of Trotsky doing flips and jump kicks and shit xD

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1 minute ago, WolfLoverPro said:

ok fine maybe not punching me as hard as they can wat about just not really light but just enough  to hurt a tad? So nothing will broken just a punch you know when friends sometimes give u a nuj and you feel the breathe out as it almost just pushes the air out

I think you should start off slow and easy. Like have a fly land on your body repeatedly and see if you can handle that and then maybe...just maybe...move your way up to like a feather or something.

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2 hours ago, WolfLoverPro said:

Like if someone punches me for a year I’d then be fearless of getting punched ? Like a whole year hard as they could or even if I do it myself 

Maybe you wouldn't feel the pain anymore or you'd stop caring, but you'd still suffer the consequences. After one year of daily gut punches you'd probably be dead from internal bleeding though.

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5 years ago, me and some friends used to lay on our backs and get the 2 others to drop medicine balls on the stomach from 1,5m height  - this was to train the stomach muscles and “train pain”, simulating punches. Ofc did regular stomach exercises in combination with this bullshit.

 

We progressed pretty well and ended on 12kg balls, but if this actually made “sense”, we will never know - as we got so huge and stronk nobody dared to punch us ?

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35 minutes ago, WolfLoverPro said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ok so people punch walls and trees to build up fist knuckle strength 

 

ok fine maybe not punching me as hard as they can wat about just not really light but just enough  to hurt a tad? So nothing will broken just a punch you know when friends sometimes give u a nuj and you feel the breathe out as it almost just pushes the air out

 

thst hard....... so not hard but like idk lol

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A nudge isn't going to do anything a straight "as hard as you can to the gut" blow is what could kill you.   Neither will build up a pain tolerance, and immortality is still impossible.

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3 hours ago, Sauron said:

Maybe you wouldn't feel the pain anymore or you'd stop caring, but you'd still suffer the consequences. After one year of daily gut punches you'd probably be dead from internal bleeding though.

This is called attenuation, and can happen with any neuronal synapse, and is often the basis for drug disorders, such as with cocaine. 

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On 4/13/2019 at 9:29 AM, floofer said:

This is called attenuation, and can happen with any neuronal synapse, and is often the basis for drug disorders, such as with cocaine. 

It might be also possible due to enkephalins or his/her neurons adapted to the same level of stimulus they no longer fire an action potential.

 

Unless of course someone has a lesion in his/her ascending fiber tracts or in the diencephalon that causes loss of sensation. 

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On 4/12/2019 at 2:50 PM, imreloadin said:

Now I'm just thinking of Trotsky doing flips and jump kicks and shit xD

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On 4/12/2019 at 1:29 PM, Bananasplit_00 said:

shoot yourself with small bullets to build up resistance, eventually you can take a .50 cal no problem!

 

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i like to think you're just like Caboose from RvB

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On 4/12/2019 at 9:21 PM, WolfLoverPro said:

Like if someone punches me for a year I’d then be fearless of getting punched ?

Sure. You'd be fearless of everything because you'd be dead. 

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Honestly, you won't ever know whether or not you're immortal until you try every possibility to kill yourself and they all fail. I mean, it's not a scientific experiment I'd like to try on myself, but you do you.

 

Regarding your idea to build up an immunity to punching: there are too many variables at this point. How do you envision being punched in the stomach for a year? Is it an endless stream of punches, as many as the puncher can fit within a year? Is it one hourly or daily for the duration? Does the puncher get rest breaks if their primary punching arm is tired? Time off? Is there a rota system? How do we determine the puncher? Is there a minimum amount of punching ability?

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You can desensitize nerves, which is not the same but the closest you will come to not feeling pain through repeated submission.  

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23 hours ago, Arika S said:

i like to think you're just like Caboose from RvB

I feel like somehow, somewhere that is an insult to Caboose. 

Sure, he's an idiot but when it's called for he'll be there, doing his best.

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