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Senior Grand Master Ed Parker

Mr Parker passed away on December 15th 1990, since his passing the many black belts that trained with him have endeavored to perpetuate the art that he started. Some have added to the system, some have removed elements out of the system feeling it was getting to heavy and congested with "new" material. Whilst these "new" forms and sets have been added, the basic concepts, theories, and principles will remain the same for all. Through his efforts and commitment, the art of American Kenpo has become more structured and comprehensible as he labeled and defined the concepts theories and principles, which make up his art of American Kenpo Karate.

Kenpo Today

Today there are students and instructors practicing and teaching the art that Mr. Parker started over 40 years ago, who never had the great fortune to meet the Senior Grand Master of American Kenpo. Throughout his life Mr Parker sought to share the knowledge he had acquired through his teachings and training. His fervent desire was to spread the art of Kenpo not only for the life saving physical skills the art has to offer, but also the mental discipline and confidence it can bring to practitioners of the art.


 


 
 
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