Martial arts Sifu Keith Min of LBP Stunts Chicago demonstrates the Chinese Kung Fu style of Xing Yi Quan to swiftly dispatch five attackers. The technique uses short, aggressive bursts, providing simultaneous attack and defense.
Putting on Google Glasses can make you look like a total nerd-dork, but they can also be useful. For instance, you could use them to learn Kung Fu, so you can take on Terminators sent back from the future to destroy you.
27-year old Nick Newell was born with a congenital condition that led to his left arm extending only a few inches past his elbow. But now he’s an unbeaten MMA fighter, with all but one of his wins coming in the first round.
An action-packed, balls-to-the-wall edit of some of the most epic fight sequences in the history of movie making, compiled by YouTuber Robert Jones, and backed by the all-too-appropriate strains of Motley Crue’s Kickstart My Heart.
The edgy, brutal top-down beat-em-up gets the IRL treatment by the Mega64 guys, as onlookers have absolutely no clue what the heck they’re doing. No humans were injured during the making of this video. Or not.
So this is “how the way to fight.” Forget all that Hollywood crap. Kelle Longbow proves that our spastic sword technique is not all that different from what Vikings actually did to earn a place in Valhalla.
A kid and his two friends shot this short with surprisingly solid action, tight editing, and a perfect score. One Reddit commenter said “This kid’s talent exceeds his equipment.” We couldn’t agree more.