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Most Concrete Blocks Broken With One Strike

United States Chris Edwards

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Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States / May 15, 2010

Master Chris Edwards broke 40 concrete blocks with a single strike.

- must use store-bought concrete blocks
- blocks must be at least two inches thick
- may use either straight or curved blocks
- must have between one-fourth to one inch of space between each block
- must provide video evidence
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  • response to previous attempt United States Chris Edwards

    Chris Edwards

    Epic break Randy! I'm gonna have to bring my A game for the next break! Many blessings to you guys!

  • response to previous attempt United States Josh Jones

    Josh Jones

    AMAZING!!

  • response to previous attempt United States Randy richey

    Randy richey

    Sorry brother Chris I just had too GOD bless

  • response to previous attempt United States Chris Edwards

    Chris Edwards

    Thanks for the comments guys!

  • response to previous attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Congrats to Chris on a monster break!

  • response to previous attempt United States Omega Force

    Omega Force

    Chris Congratulations on a nice break!

  • response to previous attempt United States Bradford Carter

    Bradford Carter

    There are some people that will say you broke only 1 concrete block. That first block broke the second one. The second one broke the third. To shut these people up all you have to do is do your 50 block break again but this time do not have any space between the blocks. When you do that they can not say anything about the laws of physics applying and some such nonsense as that. Good job by the way.

    • response to previous attempt United States Omega Force

      Omega Force

      Bradford NO Spacers are used when breaking curved bricks. if you will take the tie took look closely at the bricks they are stacked on top of one another.

    • response to previous attempt United States Chris Edwards

      Chris Edwards

      Here's one of my "failed" breaks a while back...goes to show this is no easy feat!

      https://www.facebook.com/bodymartialarts/posts/10200960811890138

    • response to previous attempt United States Bradford Carter

      Bradford Carter

      There is space between each brick. The first brick breaks the second and so forth. The added weight helps after you get so far. Physics my friends. If there was no space it would take a blow from Thor's hammer to break that much solid concrete.

  • response to previous attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Hot tamales! Well done, Randy.

  • response to this attempt United States Dakota Denton

    Dakota Denton

    Awesome Power!!!

  • response to this attempt United States Chris Edwards

    Chris Edwards

    JennWark I was inspired to do this break when I was being tested for cancer, so in my down and week time a world record feat came to me. I have had struggles since this break and I hope to perform a fifty stack break before the year is out!

  • response to this attempt United States Chris Edwards

    Chris Edwards

    EmilyMiethner I've been doing martial arts for nearly 25 years. I got into power breaking about 12 years ago. I do this to inspire others to follow their dreams and break through barriers in their own lives. I run Body Martial Arts, Inc full time, following my own passion! you can check out my site at www.bodymartialarts.com. Hopefully I will be able to perform a fifty stack break. Over the last 2 years I had each of my shoulders operated on, so I've been recovering since Nov '10. Thanks for you interest!

  • response to this attempt United States Emily Miethner

    Emily Miethner

    This is absolutely incredible! (Love the intro screen, too!). How long have you been training?

  • response to this attempt United States Josh

    Josh

    Awesome!!!

  • response to this attempt United States Jenn Wark

    Jenn Wark

    Impressive! Can you tell us some more about this attempt, and will we be seeing more from you?

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