My special training...also known as "If he falls, he dies"!
—Kenji Kurokawa, Shamo
He cut corners, pushed hard. I mean you either came out a superman or a wreck. A lot of kids snapped. A few died.
— Kaidan Alenko, Mass Effect 1
No, bring your blade to parry. Then across. Try again. No, that's totally wrong! Ten lashes for getting blood on my uniform. Medic!
— Sgt. Linus Razreil, Drill Instructor, Catachan Muster Point C, Warhammer 40,000
If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.
— Patches O'Houlihan, Dodgeball
I'm really beginning to question your teaching methods!
— Fishlegs, being chased by a grouchy Deadly Nadder in How to Train Your Dragon
Pain is weakness leaving the body.
— U.S. Marine Corps saying
Ares: The Osborn mortal recently came to me. He said...
Norman Osborn, in flashback: (…) Choose some men. Form a squad. Train them however you think they should be. Let's see what comes out the other end.
Ares, recently: And Ares found himself confused. Would the mortal be fine if the bags of broken bones and blood came out the other end?
Norman Osborn, in flashback: As long as they were the best-trained bags of broken bones and blood on the planet, sure.
I have attained ultra speed by training, and training, and training, all while wearing 100-ton boxers!
I would create men of quality enough to stand shoulder to shoulder with the heroes at Troy. Not all of you, of course, but the best. Or maybe the ones I just want to see in pain.
—Ares, Dark Avengers: Ares
Rule #1 of Popo's training, you do not talk about Popo's training!
—Krillin, Dragonball Z Abridged
Maguro: Okay then, let's being training. Producer Kurokami Maguro's Beast Management Course. First you need to select your course. Course A will bring unspeakable pain throughout your entire body. Even a demon would scream from it. By the way, I can't guarantee it will succeed or your life. In Course B you'll sleep then wake up the best. So which will it be?
Medaka & Zenkichi: Course A.
Kjelle: "For today, just do a thousand reps. We'll raise that by a hundred a day."