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    Kenpo teaches one HOW to think and not WHAT to think.
    Circular moves, used within the framework of reason (logic) indisputably balances the blend of motion which, when given time, inevitably leads to useful and practical movements.
    Show no pain and your opponent will think that he is exerting himself in vain.
    If in doubt, bow out.
    If you can't pay, stay away.
    If you're strapped and can't pay,
    You can make it up another day.
    If you won't pay no matter what we say,
    We'll get you one day in another way.

    Going with the flow can often help you to defeat your opponent.
    Balance - don't loose it, use it.
    If you don't cover, you will allow your opponent time to discover.
    Precise synchronization relies heavily on the principle of "Point of Origin".
    Old age is the preparation for punishment.
    Rectify then gratify.
    VANITY
    When you think you have arrived,
    You have wrongfully hypothesized;
    When you think you have surpassed,
    You are destined to become an outcast.

    SUPPORT TEAM - Stands for
    S © SUPERB
    U © UNSELFISH
    P © PROFICIENT
    P © PROPONENTS
    O © OF
    R © RELENTLESS
    T © TALENT
    DIVERT, SEIZE, CONTROL, DISARM

    IN KENPO, THE ABOVE MEANS TO:
    DIVERT THE COURSE OR DIRECTION OF YOUR OPPONENT'S WEAPON.
    SEIZE THE WEAPON OR ARM (HAND©WRIST) THAT'S HOLDING IT.
    CONTROL THE WEAPON FROM TURNING BACK TOWARD YOU.
    DISARM YOUR OPPONENT TO ELIMINATE FURTHER THREAT.
    Ed Parker Sr. Memories
    Archived with the permission of Ed Parker Jr.
    Ed Parker Sr. was the founder of the art known today as American Kenpo.
    In these files, Ed Parker Jr. shares his fathers unpublished notes and other memories with us.

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