Monday, April 14, 2008
World Record for Baseball Bat Breaking
At Steve LaValle's April 2008 Black Belt Spectacular in the War Memorial Auditorium in Ft Lauderdale, FL, Shihan Moti Horenstein set a new world record for baseball bat breaking in 60 seconds. I think it was 49. Check it out. He's amazing.
Shihan Moti is an eighth degree Black Belt. He is Director and Chief Instructor of the World Survival Hisardut Organization. He holds World Titles in 5 different styles.
In 1995, Shihan Moti was crowned Champion of the World at the International World Oyama Karate Open Championships as well as capturing first place honors in Team USA Shidokan, representing the United States in Tournaments around the world. Most recently, Shihan captured Champion of the United States in Muay Thai and in August 1998 he captured Champion of the World at the King's Cup Muay Thai World.
Want to know a name for "totally tough and lots of technique"? Have you ever seen anyone make baseball bat breaking look easy? Wow! Go Shihan.