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    EPAKS Yellow Belt Manual (1,2 & 3 of 48 pages)



    Here is the beginnings of the "The Official Ed Parker American Kenpo System Yellow Belt Manual".
    In the next 30 plus days, I will upload the entire manual.
    (This material is NOT for resale and is intended for personal and historical use only)

    KENPO CREED

    I COME TO YOU WITH ONLY KARATE, EMPTY HANDS. I
    HAVE NO WEAPONS, BUT SHOULD I BE FORCED TO DEFEND MYSELF,
    MY PRINCIPLES, OR MY HONOR; SHOULD IT BE A MATTER OF LIFE
    OR DEATH, OF RIGHT OR WRONG; THEN HERE ARE MY WEAPONS,
    KARATE, MY EMPTY HANDS..

    ED PARKER


    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    TITLE PAGE

    Kenpo Creed 1
    Table of Contents 2
    Introduction 3
    Prerequisites 4
    Formalities 5-7
    Ed Parker History 8,9
    Sayings 10
    Synonyms 11
    Clock Principle 12
    Standardized Markings for Lower Belt Rankings 13
    Terminology 14-17
    Basics 18
    Techniques
    a. Required Techniques 19
    b. Explained 20-25
    c. Notes 26-35
    Forms (Short Form #1)
    a. Explained 36
    b. What it Contains and Teaches 37
    c. Foot & Hand Movements 38
    d. Notes 39
    Sets (Blocking Set #1 - Star Block) 40
    Freestyle
    a. List 41
    b. Explained 42
    c. Notes 43
    Written Test 44-48
    Student Notes 49


    INTRODUCTION

    Most people are totally oblivious of danger. Others disregard danger, convinced that danger will never be a part of their life. However, whatever your attitude might be, be realistic and ACCEPT the fact that impending dangers do exist, and consider them seriously. Once you ACCEPT the existence of these impending dangers, and realize that logical measures of prevention can help to avoid them, you have inherently armed yourself with a prime weapon against attack.

    You must then create the DESIRE to do something about it, have the CONVICTION to begin your study of preventive measures, and instill the WILL POWER to see your desire to completion.

    Whatever the attitude so is the response. When in or out of class treat your fellow students with respect. Belittle no one, encourage all, and become an inspiring example. Develop positive attitudes at all times. Avoid being adverse to changing your attitude. Be willing to learn, to think, to accept challenges, to explore, and to share the knowledge learned. As you grasp the elements of the Art, be creative! Do not just solve problems, but discover what they are! Subsequently, do not criticize others unless you have established solutions. Problems without answers serve no purpose. Cultivate flexible thoughts. They help to expand your Vocabulary of Motion. Developing flexible thoughts inevitably leads to increasing your ability to alter and tailor.

    Diligently study the terminology for it contains a wealth of answers provided by Mr. Parker. Do not procrastinate. Make every effort to learn the terminology now. It will accelerate your understanding of Kenpo, and increase your enjoyment of the art. Commence with basics. Do not be enticed to advance your study of the art prematurely. Commence with fundamentals of importance. First master your stances. They are the foundation of your fighting art. If you follow this advice, you will find greater enjoyment in Kenpo, and look forward to continued study. This same art will additionally yield self-confidence, self-awareness, alertness, self-discipline, etc...all of which may be called upon if needed to defend yourself.




    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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    Default Re: EPAKS Yellow Belt Manual (1,2 & 3 of 48 pages)

    how can anybody download these belt manual for themself to study and keep them. sincerly tai scorpio

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    hi there, i went to thead tool to try to download these belt manual,but i still can,t seen to get it to download so i can print it out. i still need some more help. thank you sincerly tai scorpio

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