Master Kirk Farber and wife Linda, after promotion to Shichidan (7th degree)
in Atlanta over Memorial weekend 2011
A Person who engages in serious Martial Arts training for a few years will be helped to more fully realize his/her potential as a human being. Key points that I have realized from 40 years of training include:
•Be aware of strengths and weaknesses in one's character
•Will learn that sustained application of energy over a long period is way to get job done
•Will gain strength and discipline necessary to further develop aspects of oneself that benefit society
•Will gain strength and discipline necessary to restrain those that are detrimental to one's well-being
•Learn not to give up even when one appears to be in a losing position.
O'Sensei Ngo Dong demonstrating technique
to Sensei Kirk Farber - 1989
Rokudan Written Paper - Submitted by Sensei Kirk Farber
If you would like to view a nice Newspaper writeup written on Kirk about his programs with The Working Warrior, Inc.
Farber takes his art to Highest Degree: Kirk Farber in Beaches Leader, June 29, 2005
Just a few Tournament highlights over the years:
The Champ: Kirk Farber in Times Union Newspaper, September 27, 2003
The Working Warrior: Kirk Farber in Times Union Newspaper, November 15, 2003
The Tournament Scene: Kirk Farber in Action Martial Arts Magazine, Dec 2003 - Jan 2004
Triple Crown Winner: Kirk Farber in Times Union Newspaper, September, 2005
Retiring on Top: Kirk Farber in Times Union Newspaper, November, 2005
The following are PDF's to help with Cuong Nhu training in Soft Style, Hand Drills, Center Line Form, etc. Enjoy the information!
Center Line Form 1
Soft Style Handout
Soft Style Overview