Whenever Mohammed al-Shenbari sees a new object, he quickly tries to find its "balancing point."In other words, he tries make it stand in a way that appears to defy gravity.The 24-year-old Palestinian artist says he can balance almost any object.To do this, he uses what he calls a mix of mind and body.On the grounds of his home in northern Gaza, al-Shenbari stood a chair on one leg and balanced a television on a bottle of Coca Cola."You just need to know the fulcrum of the object and you get it," he told The Associated Press.Al-Shenbari is also a physical fitness and bodybuilding coach.He says his healthy lifestyle helped him slowly develop "the great focus" necessary for balancing objects.The internet has been important to al-Shenbari's education. A year ago, he discovered a YouTube video by Korean balance artist Nam Seok Byun.Al-Shenbari liked the way the artist organized layers of rocks. He used small, round pebbles to support each level.