Real Anime Training is dedicated to showing the training techniques for martial arts and strength in both anime and manga and explaining their real-world applications. It also seeks to separate fact from fiction regarding training and martial arts.
I've been working on some basic fighting techniques, while trying to improve my cardio with running, swimming, and circuit training. I've also been working outside for 8 hours a day framing a house. So, like our Dragonball friends Goku and Krillin I've been working on a construction site. The hot sun beating down on you all day as you bend down, lift, push, hammer, reach and saw really makes a difference. I'm slowly increasing my training workload and also adding more and more anime training to my regimen, so I can show you guys the results of the training. I took a before picture a few weeks ago and will post those along with update pictures in a few weeks and every few weeks after that.
There's more awesome anime training tips on the way, guys, so be sure to check in often!
I was thinking the other day about the kind of training that Grandpa Gohan would've put Goku through in his early years and that it might be an interesting subject for a workout. Grandpa Gohan was trained by Master Roshi, so obviously that training method it burned in his body, but I doubt he did anything quite as vicious with Goku, because the little tailed warrior is plainly surprised by the ferocity of Master Roshi's training.
So, I took a look at some of the things you see Goku doing in the first episode of Dragonball and I thought about some other things a young man living (alone) on a mountain may have to do and this is what I came up with. Check it out and consider supporting our work!
Dragonball- Goku's Early Training
Run 1 MileWood Cutting- 30 MinutesHeavy Object Lifting- 15 Minutes (Throw object every 10th lift)Tree Punching/Kicking (As is comfortable)- 10 Minutes "Playing" (see notes)- 15 Minutes Practice Martial Arts- 30 MinutesWalk 1 Mile
Notes: The ru…