Chi Kung is an ancient Taoist art of body control Claiming to resist disease, retard aging, prolong virility, and for all I know give oneself X-ray vision. Practitioners begin their sessions with an hour-long warm-up to stimulate the senses through breathing routines and stretches. After the blood has been stimulated, the men retreat to a small room and dress down to nothing but a T-shirt and a blue cloth wrapped around their genitals, as nudity is strictly taboo.
After their penis has been manually stimulated, barbells are then hooked onto a coat-hanger-like apparatus, which is tied securely around the base with a scarf. Students then commence the workout, which consists of several swinging and lifting motions designed to really work the muscles. Beginners start out with two and-a-half pounds, and some have eventually progressed to lifting truly amazing weights. In 1995 a Hong Kong master named Mo Ka Wang, lifted over 250 lbs. two feet off the floor.