The power to focus one's chi and enhance one's physical capabilities. Sub-power of Chi Manipulation.
- Chi Enhancement
- Ki Augmentation/Enhancement
The user can channel their own chi through their own body and enhance their physical abilities.
- Chi-reserves may have limits.
- The user may over-strain their body.
- Charging chi may take time before the user trains to overcome this.
With the fighting technique, Kaio-ken, Son Goku (Dragon Ball series) is able to amplify his ki up to 20 times its base power....
...can also use Kaioken with the Super Saiyan Blue form to create the Super Saiyan Blue Kaioken, increasing his ki exponentially...
...increase it even further by multiplying the Kaioken by 10...
...to its maximum by multiplying the Kaioken by 20.
Krillin (Dragon Ball series) concentrating his ki to augment his power.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball Series) surrounding his fist with his Godly ki
to break through Toppo's Destruction and attack him.
Oboro (Gintama) infusing ki into his Hakkei strike to deal a lethal burst into Gintoki Sakata's vital point.
Master Son (Gintama) using Qi Gong to manipulate his lifespan, releasing what he stored up to augment his muscles.
Momotaro Tsurugi (Sakigake Otokojuku) uses ki battle tactics to make his chest more durable
Danny Rand/Iron Fist (Marvel Cinematic Universe) infusing chi into his fist for mystically powerful punches.
Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece) using Busoshoku/Armament Haki to enhance his punching power.
Lao G (One Piece) using Qigong to tap into his conserved reserves of life energy to rejuvenate his body to physical prime and granting him immense strength.
Sairaorg Bael (Highschool DxD) used Touki, an aura of life force that tremendously enhanced his strength, speed and durability.
Using her clan's special breathing
techniques and her mastery over inner chi, Kyou Kai (Kingdom) can boost her strength to powerful levels.
Danny Rand/Iron Fist (Marvel Comics) can use his inner Chi to make himself stronger and faster.