* Kindly note that you should
always consult your doctor and obey all laws. Mew Hings
18 Daoist Palms has a very rare form that helps teach one
not to get hit at all. Perhaps this will prompt me to dig the
footage of Wai teaching me this great two-person exercise out
of moth balls and into a new
production. Another great two-person form Wai taught me personally
was the Splashing Water 18 Daoist Palms Staff Two-Person
Form. This later staff form also works the principle of not getting
hit. Springy Palms Startling Force coupled with
good old fashioned meditations for chi cultivation and mental
clarity would have gone far in not getting injured at all.
James Patrick Lacy / March 8, 2005.
Great new clip with that heelkick coconut break.
Osu! - Jung Shee James P. Lacy
Grandmaster of the Chinese Arts and Ed Parker Family Tree Kenpo Blackbelt
We as international board of Advisors and Brown and Blackbelt Members of the PKKS want to
honor your work and knowledge.
You never turned your back on Kenpo and always fought true your hard life and never stopped.
Became a Grandmaster in the Chinese Arts and the Number ONE leading expert on coconut
breaking. A pioneer of Martial Arts documentation.
As International Board representative and Kancho of the PKKS International (Netherlands ,
Latvia , Usa , Iran ), I send you this digital Certificate. Soon we will send the real paper one true
post. And all wishes of our Higher Members.
With Respect and Honor
PKKS International Board
Kancho R.Pepels 5th Dan
Hanshi G.Gholami 10th Dan
Hanshi M.Pupinsh 8th Dan
My hands feel great! I've noticed a big change and its only been 3-weeks
since I've started the training, my arms and hands feel stronger and my
grip also. Not only did I notice a change, but my family, friends and
people I work with also notice a change. I get sayings like, "Have you
been working out" or "Man you have a tight grip", and it has only been
3-weeks! I can't wait to finish the training, I'm so excited to see and
feel the amazing benefits and results... Thank you so much!
Dear Jung Shee Lacy,
As a practitioner of martial arts
for 30 years, and a recipient of your martial teachings and wisdom,
I would like to thank you for two things.
The first is my life, as I would
probably have lost it if I had not been working so hard on your
Iron Palm lessons.
In the spring of 2001, while unarmed
and working the overnight shift in a convenience store, I was
attacked by two men, who apparently didn't even have the manners
to ask for the money. In retrospect, I have concluded that their
plan all along was to beat me, and take what they wanted.
They came over my counters one
to a side, and my "Beating" began. They attacked with
ferocity that startled the security manager for the company, who
was also surprised when they backed off after being hit only a
few times. I walked from behind the counter area, between my would-be
assailants, with no further aggression from either. Both then
left with no money, unsurprisingly; apparently to tend to their
When the next shift came in to
clean up, they told me that they had to clean blood from under
the registers. Since I did not have an injury that bled, Im
comforted in the thought that at least I was able to seek medical
attention immediately, while they had to bear some grievous injuries
I did not walk away unscathed-
I had an orbital blowout, where the floor of the eye socket had
been blown out when my eye pressed against the back wall of the
socket and expanded against the bottom, bursting it.(A testament
to the brutality of the attack.) The injury required surgery to
repair. I remain convinced to this day that they would have continued
to beat me if I hadn't been as startlingly capable as I turned
out to be.
The second thing I'd like to thank
you for is giving me an opportunity to test my limits, and transcend
what I thought was possible. As a former student of koppo and
current student of shaolin long fist, and a former youth boxer,
my training in iron fist and iron palm started long ago. I was
capable of breaking bricks at nine. When I saw your ad in Kung
Fu Qigong, I thought, I can break a coconut. So I
went out and got one. When my arm felt better, I bought your learning
material. Now, I am often awed by what I'm capable of doing with
my hands. (I am also much more humble.)
Late in 2002, I was diagnosed
with 2 herniated disks and associated sciatica, and told to lay
off the kung-fu. I've been mostly doing just maintenance training
once a week. Recently, I pulled these skills out of mothballs,
and broke a coconut on a request from a friend who had never seen
it. It was a cushion break, my first in 2 years, but I pulled
it off handily. This reminds me what I'm capable of with training
, and it has given me the resolve to renew my training; though
this time I think I'm going to use supplemental training for turtle
back arts, and see if the physiological changes will help resolve
my back problems.
So much for the doctor's orders.
Again, thanks for making a difference,
Greetings master Lacy.
I have been training with your first ten training tapes daily for almost a year. I use
the Iron palm bags, Iron roller bar, iron bell, Ba ting gum iron body and most sitting and standing meditations
every day without fail.
I need to understand if the Dim Mak tapes are a natural progression to my training. I am a serious
four hour a day trainer, but I do train alone and do will not train with others. Sorry I am a loner, but no one can
keep up with me and I am a very serious trainer. At any rate your material has improved my toughness 100
percent. I have maxed my chi for now and could use more powerful information, if that be the case.
I am looking for extra training to take me to the next level. I am fifty-one years old and I am stronger now
than I was at twenty-one. If only the Marines would have taught us this at that time we would have been invincible.
The Ba ting Gum is the real deal. When you get time please give me some feed back.
Regards John Reeves Greeley, CO
PS: as a side note I give blood every six months. Last month the nurse could not put the needle in
my forearm. She used three new needles then moved up to the artery in the upper arm. Nurse said she has
never seen that before. Roller bar and Iron bell works, but to tell you truth I would not have believed it if I had not seen it.
Folks love the CD's on meditation. Here is another testimony from our home study student and instructor John Cox of MI.
"I got all the CD's you sent me. Everything looks fantastic!!! Many, many thanks!!! I am amazed
at just HOW MUCH there is to learn in 18 Daoist Palms and HOW well it fits with everything I've learned.
Coconut breaking is one of the best "truth" detectors - you can TALK about powerful hitting but breaking
coconuts PROVES powerful hitting. I am working hard on the level 2 training and I am getting to where I
can break a coconut on the palm (level 2 break) with some solid regularity. I have my bad days where my
palm bounces off without breaking but that just tells me coconuts are REAL.
"I have to tell you I'm really enjoying learning the 18 Daoist Palms' White Tiger Standing Moving Meditations 1 - 3. You did a great job with them and I really, really like them. I am interested in getting the next CD's in the series. It's a top quality CD that has a "spending time with learning directly from the master" feel. Very nice, well done, and I think you convey just how important these meditations are.
I think the standing meds are great! It's like "a private lesson with the master." Very well done. They're no different than if a student showed up and you taught them the med's right there on the spot."
John C. MI
All I can say is "it works".
I managed to crack one with my left hand, the other
resisted, so I will give it a try tomorrow, when I can
get some new pillows. (the one I used is pretty
worthless from being used as padding during the
I am amazed in the minor changes in my hands, subtle differences,
much stronger grip from the grab bag and a little extra tissue on the back
of the hand. Other than that, they look the same.
I believe that the meditations help my hands
recover better during the training procedure.
I want to thank you for your encouragement and advice.
My only downside is that I didn't decide to video the
Now to learn how to use these hands for defense. I
also think I will continue doing a striking procedure
with the Shattering Palm lvl 1 and accompanying
Thanks for the help; and once again, I appreciate your time.
From: Jarrod Guerrero [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 10:57 PM
Subject: Coconut Break; SUCCESS
OOOHHH MAAANNN! I'm so excited!!!! I was successful at breaking my
first coconut! With both hands, left and right! The first coconut
took many hits until it broke, maybe about 10-15 times. The second
coconut broke was with my left hand, that broke a little quicker,
maybe it wasn't as hard as the first one, but whatever it was they
were both extremely hard and I did it... THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! This
is one of the best days of my life!
Sincerely, The young iron palm,
P.S. I will be calling you whenever I think I'm ready to go to the
next step with the towel. Thanks.