In Dragon Ball stories, it’s common to see the main characters train in their quest to become stronger, and while most of the plot is fictional, there are also elements that have some scientific basis. With this in mind, the training that Goku and Vegeta undergo isn’t entirely feasible, but the principles are legitimate.
Goku and Vegeta are Super Sayajines who face great threats and participate in fighting tournaments, so having power is an essential part of their lives. This is why they spend so much of the series in training, and a closer look at this activity reveals that the tools they use have some scientific backing even when their intensity levels are much higher than can be achieved (via ScreenRant).
according to Dragon Ball Official Website, high gravity, spirit room and time will be useful as a training method. It is an article featured on the site where Masayuki Sato, professor of science and writer specializing in biology, interviewed Professor Yutaka Hirata who specializes in systems neuroscience and bioinformatics engineering, and confirmed that what he’s training in is really of a high standard. Gravity is the mind.
He pointed out that increasing the gravitational improves neural networks and thus improves the acquisition of motor skills, so the key to the improvement is not in the gravitational, but the key is to increase the rate of synaptic transmission to reduce movement errors.
The series also features a training in the Room of Spirit and Time, an empty and formidable dimension on a secluded existential level that defines and appears as an all-white room with a bright environment. According to Professor Hirata, intense light also has a positive effect on the acquisition of motor skills in science experiments.
In this way, the place and methods of actions in training in the Dragon Ball series is not as far-fetched as it might seem, despite the fact that humans will not take such seriousness as those shown in the Dragon Ball, which are 100g and 300g.
Well, whatever the truth, Dragon Ball has inspired many fans to lead a healthier life and exercise more with characters like Goku and Vegeta who are always striving to give their best.
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