OK, that’s pretty fucking crazy.
I played it in slow-mo to see if you’d just dropped the chopstick. Then I realised that it couldn’t have left the frame that quickly with gravity alone.
Now the question remains, why? What made you decide to break a chopstick on your neck in the first place? Did you practice with other objects first? how come you have so many chopsticks lying around anyway?
I saw somebody do it recently and he claimed it was Chi. I’m not a believer really in such thing, as someone who lifts weights i know that my mood can only affect lifts by 10% or so at best.
As Dave Tate puts it sortof - when you get under a heavy bench, reality smacks you in the face.
This morning I brought a pack of 20 chopsticks… poked around in my throat a bit, tensed the muscle, pushed harder…
I managed to push one in so hard it bent and snapped… after that i started belting them and stuff… even with the pointy end (which isnt that pointy on these chopsticks).
Anyway, I’ve broken like 15 of them on my neck today and it hurts a bit… but its all good.
I honestly think that pretty much anyone can do this, its not that hard, it just takes balls.