A monk from Shaolin able to run on water
Monk Shi Liliang of Shaolin Temple South was able to run 125 meters in the water, put another record. This is reported by the media.
To run on water, the monk used the attachments in the form of plywood boards. At a distance of 125 meters man took 200 boards, floating on the surface of the reservoir.
Monk Shi Liliang does not sink into the water due verified combination of running speed and keeping balance.
The reception, which uses the Shaolin monk called "flight over the water." Every kung fu master should have in their skill sets this technique.
Monk Shi Liliang is an absolute world record for "flight over the water." In January this year, he ran on a plywood plank, floating on the water 120 meters. Run on water monk began in 2009, when he was able to cover a distance of 18 meters, and a year later he mastered 28 meters.