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Kung Fu

Kung Fu

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Copyright
Scott Baker 20001
Chi-kungDevelopment and PracticalApplication
 
In
WING CHUN
 Kung Fu
ByDr. Scott Baker
 
 
Copyright
Scott Baker 20002
Cautionary Note to the Reader
 
The principles and techniques presented in this book are your information purposes only.The reader should not attempt any of the techniques and exercises in this book without thesupervision of a qualified instructor. This is most especially true regarding the principles of DimMak. It is the strong recommendation of the author that you DO NOT attempt to apply the DimMak techniques on another person without a qualified instructor who is experienced in Dim Mak and revival techniques being present. As always, it is wise to consult your physician beforeundertaking any stressful exercise routine.
Acknowledgements
 
I recognize that I would not have been able to attempt this work without theuntiring support and assistance from many of my friends and students. I specificallyappreciate the dedicated effort of Timothy Jeffcoat, who has contributed to this work incountless ways. It was Tim who first suggested I undertake this effort, and he has addedmuch to its completion through his dedicated commitment. I would also like to recognizethe support from Erle Montaigue, who has encouraged my efforts, allowed me to usesome of his illustrations, and added the forward which introduces this work. Hisgenerosity and depth of knowledge of internal kung fu has been invaluable. In addition Iwould like to thank the many students and fellow martial artists I have been privileged towork with throughout the years. All have contributed to my understanding in countlessways. Finally I would like to recognize my first Wing Chun teachers, Si-Fu Peter Yu andMaster Tam Hung Fun, whose dedicated teaching set me on the path that has lead to theknowledge and understanding within these pages. There have been many other teacher throughout the years, each has contributed to my understanding and skills in a variety of ways, but perhaps the most significant has been Master David Nuuhiwa (Uncle David)whose mastery of the finer points was willingly and unselfishly shared with me.
 
Copyright
Scott Baker 20003
Foreword For "Chi Kung, Development and Practical Applicationin Wing Chun Kung-Fu"
By Erle Montaigue (Master Degree, China)
Having read many books on Wing Chun over my 35 years in the martial arts business, itis with great pleasure that I now write the foreword for Scott Baker's book. This book is anattempt to bring Wing Chun out of the purely physical domain and in to the internal areaincluding such things as Chi Kung (Qigong) and Dim-Mak. There have been other books thatinclude Dim-Mak, however, these have been sketchy to say the least. Scott attempts to delvedeeper into the area of point striking, covering acupuncture points and their effects etc. This book will be a great inclusion in any Wing Chun player's library.Erle MontaigueJanuary 23, 2001

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