Well we certainly did and the only way to find out was to binge watch the whole season and count them all.
Captain America's Training Plan
To look like a superhero on screen, you need to train like a superhero in the gym. These fitness tips from actor Chris Evans will make you stronger, bigger, and better!
Hugh Jackman took his strength and physique to new heights at an age when most men are slowing down. His trainer tells us how it happened and shares the 4-week program that made this man into a mutant!
Wolverine is a badass. There's no doubt about it. He's more than 100 years old, fluent in more than seven languages, and has trained as a samurai in Japan. His claws and bones are made of adamantium, an indestructible metal that can cut through any known substance.
Everyone loves Spider-Man. It's more of a fact than an opinion.
When Marvel announced Tom Holland as the new Spider-Man for the 2017 reboot, “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, hardcore fans were taken aback by the choice. Holland was known as a skinny kid from his previous roles. However, the British actor got in superhero shape for the movie and shocked the fans.
Now, most fans consider him as the best Spider-Man ever (especially the ladies).
In order to look and move like Tom Holland in “Spider-Man: Far From Home”, you need to master bodyweight exercises, like pullups and pushups. If you want to challenge yourself and have some fun, you can learn how to perform a backflip.
We are suckers for superheroes with no powers.
So, yes, we are Batman fanboys.
Few superheroes are more iconic than Batman. While often pitted against Superman in terms of who could beat up who, all Batman needs to win that standoff is a handful of Kryptonite. Just saying.
But we’re not here to argue about facing off aliens against humans in a superhero death match. You want to know what it takes to get your body ready to don the black cape of Gotham’s crusader.
Let’s uncover the Batman workout and challenge your inner superhero.