Meet the weirdest Kung Fu skill: Suogugong, the art of body shrinking.
If you think Kung Fu, Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan come to mind. You would not imagine to see a Kung Fu master who shows off how he can squeeze into a toddler's shirt. Well here it is. Watch a Kung Fu master how he puts on a tiny shirt and even sticks beer bottles under it to demonstrate the art of Suogugong. Suogugong means body shrinking.
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To make his body smaller, this Kung Fu master is dislocating his bones. According to Xinhua, well-known Kung Fu master Wang Baohe trained this rare Kung Fu skill over the past 60 years.
Watch below a performance of this weird Kung Fu skill. This definitely helps to sneak through small openings, but I am not sure what else it is good for in combat.
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Kung fu means in Chinese any study, learning, or practice that requires patience, energy, and time to complete. Master Baohe's body-shrinking skill hits that original definition of Kung Fu head on. It wasn't until the late twentieth century, that Kung Fu was used mainly to refer to martial arts fighting.