Kenpo Karate

Campcraft TactX | Kentucky
Campcraft TactX | Kentucky

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What is Kenpo?

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American Kenpo was developed by Ed Parker in the 1950's as an update to the traditional karate of his time. Kenpo was developed for more practical street self-defense encounters and is hallmarked by rapid hand strikes, kicks, weapons use, and forms.  

Kenpo Karate is a great way to strengthen your body, increase mobility and serves as a fantastic self-defense foundation. We often train all our beginners in the fundamentals of Kenpo, when this art is combined with or practiced alongside others such as Kapap or Jiu Jitsu, a very well rounded approach to modern street self-defense is attainable.

Jason Hunt is a 5th Dan/ Associate Professor of American Kenpo under GM Joe Whelan and the IKKA.  Jason has been a student of Karate for over thirty-five years and has a passion for using the first law (Kenpo) as a foundation for everyone interested in self-defense. We only teach Karate as a tool of self-defense, not competition. 

Let’s Train Together

Weekly Adult Classes

Tues. & Thurs. 11:00 am-12:30 pm

Free to JJGF or BJJGT Members

$10 mat fee for guests

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