Watch a Shaolin monk run on water for almost 400 feet
Shaolin monks are known for their mystical, almost God-like powers. And one monk recently proved his amazing athletic ability by running across tiny plywood planks for almost 400 feet.
The video below shows Shi Liliang from the Quanzhou Shaolin Temple scampering around 387 feet across a wooden runway last October.
If you're like me, you're pretty skeptical of the accomplishment, given that it's basically impossible. But the beginning of the video shows the less-than-a-centimeter boards sinking after a rock is thrown on them, proving that the monk could slip in the water if he didn't choose his steps carefully.
So my mind is sufficiently blown, especially since that same monk broke the record he set in the clip last weekend by running 394 feet.
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Here's the monk running 120 meters (394 feet), breaking his previous record.