Yah eventualy got some time to check the place out.
Classes are a lot of two person choreography
Bit of conditioning (but the guy said sometimes they do more)
The sensei seemed to have good natural ability to explain body mechanics
They have a sparring class twice a week
Kali three times a week and kempo 6 nights a week
Class wasn't too big
nice facilities, two bags to work on and after paying a fee unlimited access to train on your own
Sorry for the kempo haters out there but i'm goin to give it a few months.
And anyway, I don't know why asked the question. I never take anyones advice about anything. Especialy when i can't see them.
So, make the most of it. Go to all the Kali classes, banging sticks is fun. Do the sparring classes, and however much kenpo you can stand. Even if you're not any better of a fighter from those classes, you'll be in better shape.
Mark my words though, you'll be doing Kenpo techniques at some point and think "I could never use this bullshit in a real fight."
Wise words from a wise man.
Originally Posted by pittfrog