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    R.I.P SGM S. George Pesare

    We lost another martial arts legend last night. SGM Pesare passed away. He will be truly missed by his Kempo Family and friends. Rest in Peace Hefe. Jesse Dwire
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    Nick Cerio Kenpo Manipulations

    I would like to know how it became the parker salutation.. is it unique to his creation? was he the first to do? I mean correctly of course.
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    Nick Cerio Kenpo Manipulations

    Not much of a surprise that it has been removed. Who wants to share now a days. sad, sad, sad. and we were moving so far forwards with our sharing over the past few years.
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    Pinans and SKK

    SGM Pesare does call them Pinans now -- and what we refer to as #1 pinan - he still teaches (modified - no more 180 degree turns) But calls it a line drill that students need to learn before they earn their white belt. This is what he has told me about 2 years ago. Jesse
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    Hung Gar vs. Villari

    not sure what you mean. The bunkais I had in the forms the way I originally learned them would not longer fit because I am doing the forms the original way now from SGM Pesare. so I had to change those things because certain movements are now different. And going to the palama forms has...
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    It doesn't matter. (???)

    what was their response back when you asked them "well if it doesnt matter, why do we do it?"
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    It doesn't matter. (???)

    I use some of the line drills from the forms that relate back to the Heiens(sp) that they came from. But not to much, I was in the process of cutting back on some of the material that came in after the system was started. I am at a place in time that I do not want a million forms anymore...
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    It doesn't matter. (???)

    This is why i got rid of the Pinans in our school, they are so far removed from the original that the only battle testing that they got were those on paper.
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    SKK Combos and Various Attacks

    or their groin? Def. hit the nerve bundle where their gastroc. (calf) and soleus meet. Give a good tuck on that nerve and they lift their hips off the ground themselves -- JDokan you should check out the seminar I have coming up on Nov. 6th and 7th.
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    SKK Combos and Various Attacks

    Combination #11. After the take down I wrap up the leg like a headlock. My forearm (radial bone) is in the middle of their calf and foot is all the way through my lock. I see some schools just hold the foot with their hands after take down. What do the people here do?
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    Larry Tatum Kenpo Form 4

    I do not know the forms to well from the System but I do have a question. Towards the end of the form he goes to his knee twice for a technique. On one side his down foot is in passive position and on the next transition his down foot is in active stance. Are they supposed to be the same or...
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    SKK Combos and Various Attacks

    I do the downward rake and kick them in the face, landing in right over left twist. I then pause and watch downed opponent, if they are no longer a threat i continue my cross and cover.. if they are still twitching I uncross stepping near their outer hip with right leg and then one more step...
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    SKK Combos and Various Attacks

    I do it slightly different, after the step through we do a downward elbow right above the elbow on the end of the Tricep and then a cross body shuto to the back of the neck followed by a grab of their left shoulder. The grab is crucial if you are doing the spinning hook kick after the stomp...
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    Hansuki (Tiger Form)

    this question Handsword has been done somewhere on this site already. The USSD version is the best i have heard.
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    Hansuki (Tiger Form)

    I have heard these, Rooted Foot, Fast Hands, 7 deadly hands of the tiger, Power fist, toilet booth (translated by Danjo I believe if i am inacuratly stating this my apologies) well thats what I have heard.
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