Posted On:12/06/2002 1:21am
Hi, Im new, this is my first post but correct me if Im wrong but I think you used to do American Kenpo right? If so what did you think of it?
Posted On:12/06/2002 1:30am
Anyone having anything to contribute about EPAK are also welcome to contribute.
Posted On:12/06/2002 2:10am
Can't speak for PD, but I've gotten the impression that Kenpo can be a pretty decent TMA if taught right. It's definitely up there with the more practical ones.
By the way, had to change the %& to ** in your name, for server reasons.
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Posted On:12/06/2002 3:35pm
Style: BJJ, Karate,
I only took Kenpo for a VERY little bit when I was younger. ed Parker was a good inspiration for the martial arts though. He didn't buy into all the wacky mysticism and was trying to make a practical style of self defense that didn't hide behind bullshiit.
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Posted On:12/06/2002 4:44pm
I do agree with you guys, and yes thats a big point I try to make to some people, that it needs to be taught right. It can be a great system. I had a bad experience with EPAK, mostly the fault of my own teacher. I abandoned the system all together, mainly because there are too many people that have a bad influence on kenpo and are pushing it in the wrong way. Also, I found another system that I feel is better for my needs.
Thanks for the replies
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Posted On:12/08/2002 1:48am
Style: BJJ, mma
whats the difference between kenpo and kempo?
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Posted On:12/08/2002 2:34am
there are different types of kenpo/kempo. but its two different words for the same thing. only the english language makes them different with the "m" and "n"
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