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Author Hypersonic Chainsaw (3 months)
A childhood friend once visited the Shaolin Temple with his Gung Fu class,
they were guests for a few weeks. Many of the Chinese Shaolin students
ordered fast-food sometimes and played Tekken in their free time. They keep
a traditional strict diciplined face in public but in private they are
human and modern, even the elders cracked jokes and many even smoked. It's
not like the movies believe it or not.

Author PaneMaxPain (5 months)
Maybe Bricks were Made in China.

Author Sean Ó Briain (21 day)
All of those breaks at the start are easily explain by basic physics. They
all attack the centre of the object where it's easier to break. Anyone
could replicate them. 

Author Elliot Vickers (24 days)
Putting extreme weight on the neck, hitting your head and smashing your
knuckles into a wall does not strengthen them, it just causes wear and long
term damage.

Author dlwatib (1 month)
I'm actually more impressed by using Qi Gong for healing. Make a cancer
disappear and you've got my full attention.

Author James Soundwave (1 day)
There is a trick to braking bricks / blocks / and bamboo sticks and it
don't involve chi, I'm not saying these guys are not tuff but any one can
brake a brick over the edge of a wall if they lift it slightly just before
the hand hits it, the wall brakes it not the hand, also have you ever seen
anyone brake ten brick stacked on top of each other without placing small
blocks in between the bricks??? NO of corse you haven't, they place them
blocks in between the bricks because it allows the centre of the bricks
that becomes the point of impact to become weak, again I'm not saying these
guys are not tuff but it has nothing to do with chi, 

Author Vee Chang (4 days)
if you took away the tradition, religion and all that stuff away from this,
its a bunch of dudes breaking shit on each other. 

Author Bogdan Kasyanchuk (29 days)
This is real. But you must also understand, that these people have been
training and medetating for years. That is the reason why their body
resists damage from certain objects. The Chi Energy is very powerful, but
it is not that easy to get. Takes years,

Author Fred-Richard Saueauk (1 month)
Took my very first kung fu lesson today, i started with 2-3 year advanced
people, most painest is flexing and most hard thing is to learn techniques,
its very hard to expose to remember evry trick contains atleast like 10
different moves+positions :P :P alot of work in front of me :P:P

Author Андрей Андреевич (22 hours)
Аанг, ты ли это?

Author Fastmagnum004 (1 month)
I always love those shaolin DBZ looking orange pants with the feet wrap
things, they look badass as hell when they do a spinning kick or something.
They also look rave ready. ... Come to think of it I wonder where they get
those things. Do they make them, or...? And why orange... Google time...

Author webmaster657 (28 days)
Chi is bullshit, if you train for years and years you can reinforce the
bone because impacts shatter a few fibers in the bone, and when it regrows
it regrows much thicker and stronger, but skin? I'd call that bullshit
because there's no real way to reinforce skin to not tear, but there is
bones and muscle.

Author love the game (11 hours)
a wize wizard from the west called this using your core

Author TacDyne (1 month)
Gotta love these cheap circus gimmicks. Barnum wasn't wrong.

Author MilesTraveler (2 days)
Love all the 'experts' on here with their armchair martial arts degrees.
For those saying Shaolin doesn't work, it has been used in real combat,
against animals, bandits and even in war. It was developed in much worse
times, if it didn't work it would be thrown out. It also does include
weapon training, which makes it far more viable for real combat than modern
sport martial arts.

"...Calling out the Monks

Desperate to regain control of the lawless coast, Nanjing official Wan Biao
mobilized the monks of Shaolin, Funiu and Wutaishan. The monks fought the
pirates in at least four battles.

The first took place in the spring of 1553 on Mount Zhe, which overlooks
the entrance to Hangzhou City via the Qiantang River. Although details are
scarce, Zheng Ruoceng notes that this was a victory for the monastic forces.

The second battle was the monks' greatest victory: the Battle of
Wengjiagang, fought in the Huangpu River delta in July of 1553. On July 21,
120 monks met an approximately equal number of pirates in battle. The monks
were victorious, and chased the remnants of the pirate band south for ten
days, killing every last pirate. Monastic forces suffered only four
casualties in the fighting.

During the battle and mop-up operation, the Shaolin monks were noted for
their ruthlessness. One monk used an iron staff to kill the wife of one of
the pirates as she tried to escape the slaughter.

Several dozen monks took part in two more battles in the Huangpu delta that
year. The fourth battle was a grievous defeat, due to incompetent strategic
planning by the army general in charge. After that fiasco, the monks of
Shaolin Temple and the other monasteries seem to have lost interest in
serving as paramilitary forces for the Emperor.

Warrior-Monks: An Oxymoron?

Although it seems quite odd that Buddhist monks from Shaolin and other
temples would not only practice martial arts, but actually march into
battle and kill people, perhaps they felt the need to maintain their fierce

After all, Shaolin was a very wealthy place. In the lawless atmosphere of
late Ming China, it must have been very useful for the monks to be renowned
as a deadly fighting force."

"The Shaolin Monks were Buddhists who lived in the Shaolin Monastery in
China. In the Shaolin Monastery, where the Shaolin Monks lived, there were
many expensive antiques. As a result, it attracted thieves, and sometimes
armies. The Shaolin Monks began training in Kung Fu to defend themselves.
Their Buddhist beliefs prevented the Shaolin Monks from ever being the
aggressor in battle, however. The Shaolin faced discrimination in Maoist
China when religion and relics were targeted by the government and Red
Guard terrorists, but today the Shaolin are well respected. They still
train in Kung Fu, but they do it for public entertainment."

Not they now only use ti for public entertainment as the need to fight no
longer exists. That is why it is so flashy and fun now days. But even then,
I wouldn't knock it because it doesn't win in a regulated octagon ring.
Sport fighting says absolutely nothing about real fighting. MMA guys have
gotten their asses handed to them by marines, a chimpanzee, and street
thugs. Where as the time Jackie Chan was attacked on the street he beat the
crap out of 2 of 4, then they ran away. Bruce Lee grew up fighting on the
street under the teachings of Wing Chung.

Just because we have McDojos and dumb Kung Fu movies doesn't say anything
about the real arts, nor the person learning them. Because in the end it
comes down to the person, not the art.

Why does Muay Thai/BJJ Succeed so much in the ring? Because it's a
regulated, 1v1 beat down between two big muscle guys. So secret techniques,
throat clawing, weak point striking, multi target fighting and many other
things become pointless in the ring. And because it's so hard to find legit
training in Japanese, Korean and Chinese martial arts.

But know this. Police self defense is modeled off Karate. And the Navy
Seal's "SCARS" is an altered form of kung fu movements. So there is plenty
of merit for those arts.

Author Dan0101010101010 (1 month)
man if you fall for this you are totally retarded!

Author Michael Steven (6 days)
Is this some kind of a sick joke? No true Shaolin would ever show their
secrets let alone this garbage ... this vid is pathetic

Author vikotto (10 days)
I love the spirituality and mysticism of all this, but these guys would get
owned by MMA fighters.

Author Pawptart Gamer (1 month)
"By now, it is clear that.." you gon get fucked.

Author ferfef dwef (10 hours)
almost sounds like a joke! xD

Author Sky Edge (2 months)
Like to see how long one of these monks would last in the MMA ring

Author nex scene (4 days)
There's no magical force. Just train your parts of the body and it will
become superman. Like male porn stars got the biggest longest cock bc they
aim for that part of the body.

Author Dreez76 (23 days)
Want to see the true power of Kung fu ?. Put them in the octagon with an
MMA-fighter and see who comes out standing... My money is on the
Kung fu is nothing but a bunch of bull-circus dancing-shit "martial arts.

Author mayh3m (1 month)
this shit made me laugh specially the head training part.

Author omzdog (9 days)
Cheap made in China spears.
Subtitles in Sverige?

Author Senn K (2 months)
And after 20 years of rigorous training to harness your chi and strengthen
your body, you will be ready for Mortal Kombat.

Author Yabbamita DBH (1 month)
Shaolin monks in China these days aren't like in the films and most
definitely aren't like in the ancient times.

If you want to see real Shaolin lifestyle, good luck finding it in this day
and age.
If you're looking for real Shaoling kung-fu, yes it's still commonly
If you're looking for something as close and real as possible to the those
monks, then try Tibet and perhaps other Asian countries (not China).

Point is, the Shaolin lifestyle is hard to live by these days. Most Shaolin
temples eat meat, just not on camera. (Trust me, I'm Chinese and I know the
smell of pork all too well.)

Most kids go to these temples in the hopes of learning Kung fu for the
movies or some other career unlike the original Shaolin monks of a simple
peaceful life.

Look, the Shaolin king fu association even has a CEO in China, who smokes.
like wtf.

Cut the BS and face reality.

P.S. Yes, qi can be harnessed to produce great power when practised and
done correctly. 

Author Vasiliy Gulakov (1 month)
1:25 - everyone can do that. Look carefully, he uplifts the brick a little
bit before striking... Fool the child :)
1:25 - да так любой сможет. Вы присмотритесь, он перед ударом кирпич слегка
приподнимает :)) Детский развод на самом деле :))

Author boo (20 days)
I have a lot of chi energy buildup in the mornings. It starts from the
abdomen and flows down and finally with a strange sound it gets released.
Often followed by a vile smell.

Author Indyfilm Maker (18 days)
Buddhist monks supposed to be practicing meditation and peace, not becoming
warriors like this. 

Author Leszek Dowgiert (5 days)
tacy mocni to czemu nie walczoł w ksw

Author Kayla Uzumaki Chung (2 months)
That's some Naruto shit right there.

Author Dan0101010101010 (1 month)
stupid westerners falling for their magic tricks!

Author dead zone (1 month)
They don't explain the science behind this here.
Unlike machines, the more abuse the human body takes, the stronger it
becomes, so long as you do not die.
When you hit rocks, wood, trees, etc. with your knuckles, shins, etc. It
hurts like crazy right? Well, the longer you do it, the more nerve cells
you kill, eventually numbing the pain associated with it. As well, human
bones are very porous. When you break them (microscopically) they regrow
and reform thicker and more dense sealing up some of the poors. Cause
damage little by little over time and they become much more dense and
sturdy. As for the skin not breaking to the spears. Not sure. Seems
fishy to me, but at the same time, I would speculate that most of the
pressure from the spear is being diverted to the side of the sharp edge as
it bends it becomes easier.

Author Raiden763 (16 days)
I don't scroll down anymore on these videos for fear of contacting

Author Reflix91 (26 days)
Im not sure exactly what chi is but most of the skull hardness comes from
their training, they repeatedly hit their head on things which makes the
skull strengthen over time

Author SatansSpatula (1 month)
At 1:17 in the video, when "smashing bricks", note that he tilts each brick
up before smashing it *against* the sharp edge of the step. He's not
breaking the brick off with his hand, he's snapping the brick using the
well-defined edge of the concrete or stone step.

Author Thomas Cummins (20 days)
"Hands can break bricks," especially when you've got a flat piece of metal
tied to your palm. 

Author Chops Church (22 days)
The medical science behind all of this is astonishing. They learned more
about the human body than western medicine knows to this day, and thousands
of years to back it up

Author Rage995 (1 month)
I would love to train here.

Author Jesus Lovewood (1 month)
yea, take it from a Shaolin, bashing your head with bricks, sticks and
other building materials makes you smarter.
Anyone who depends on their hands knows the best way to care for them is by
putting a piece of paper on a concrete wall and punching it for two hours. 

Author Strike ElCheese (19 days)
It seems they are almost always training but for what purpose?

Author this is the last cookie (2 months)
...or can break sticks.

Author Andrej Zaporozac (3 days)
Lee Sin confirmed! 

Author Nupetiet (1 month)
no wonder tien beat goku

Author Frank Evans (1 month)
Yeah! The boxers in the boxer rebellion (1898 - 1900) thought they were
bullet proof. Er, sorry guys - you were wrong.

If an instantaneous force with a sharp object is applied - it will
penetrate and kill: it's only gradual forces and blunt instruments/objects
that can to some extent be controlled or broken. I'd like to see them stop
a sharp spear with their stomachs.

All this having being said, they are fearsome opponents.

Author Leszek Dowgiert (5 days)
ja tez mam pawer jak se golne hłe hłe

Author yoga sidsel (1 month)
This video shows some crazy moves!! Calligraphy Yoga can also teach you to
harness and move your Chi - without neck hanging or pounding your fist into
a wall for two hours. This weekend I'm heading to a Calligraphy Yoga
workshop with the amazing Master Yang. He has also studied Shaolin Kung Fu
and brings this knowledge to his teachings. Calligraphy Yoga is a
beautiful, peaceful practice that builds up your Chi and internal power. I
incorporate it into my vinyasa classes so you can feel more powerful too. 

Author Sabona Yusuf (1 month)
i tried those tricks once, you know where i ended up? in the hospital.
paralized. for weeks. you should try it some times

Author Jim Giant (2 months)
These guys really are amazing, it's no wonder every UFC champion does
qigung. Oh wait they don't.

There is some genuinely impressive conditioning here mixed with silly
parlour tricks.

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