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    American Kenpo Karate International (A.K.K.I.)

    The American Kenpo Karate International (A.K.K.I.) is headed by Mr. Paul Mills. The schools and clubs of the A.K.K.I. have very skillful and knowledgeable instructors that teach the art as outlined by Mr. Mills. The A.K.K.I. has Ed Parker's Kenpo System at it's base, but has expanded the curriculum to include many new empty hand, stand up grappling, ground fighting, knife (single & double) and stick (single & double) material. To learn more about what the A.K.K.I. is all about read the A.K.K.I.'s Mission Statement.
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    It's still alive and kicking! My training partners and myself are all proud members!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikael151 View Post
    It's still alive and kicking! My training partners and myself are all proud members!
    As are we here in Pennsylvania...

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    I have earned my blue belt through I.K.K.A. a few years ago and I had to leave. Some of it was personal (nothing to do with the school), but mostly because my job took me on the road. Iíve finally returned home and find my school no longer is around. So I find my self in a bind on continuing my education and through much deliberation I went with another local Kenpo school (not Mr. Mills teachings). They do teach Mr. Parker system and throw in some Chinese stuff (if youíre wondering itís not Chinese Kenpo). There is nothing is wrong with what the instructor is teaching his students, but I do feel a void. So I find my self in a awkward situation where I know there is another way, a better way and I hold my tongue, and the only reason I do that is I made a promise to the instructor , and I keep my word. I also made a promise to my self that I would remember what Mr. Mills taught me and continue my education.

    This is my confession

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    Keep visiting here and we'll help you all we can. I'd say do the best you can with what you've got-you never know, you may learn some really good stuff.
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    Default Re: American Kenpo Karate International (A.K.K.I.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Citadel View Post
    I have earned my blue belt through I.K.K.A. a few years ago and I had to leave. Some of it was personal (nothing to do with the school), but mostly because my job took me on the road. Iíve finally returned home and find my school no longer is around. So I find my self in a bind on continuing my education and through much deliberation I went with another local Kenpo school (not Mr. Mills teachings). They do teach Mr. Parker system and throw in some Chinese stuff (if youíre wondering itís not Chinese Kenpo). There is nothing is wrong with what the instructor is teaching his students, but I do feel a void. So I find my self in a awkward situation where I know there is another way, a better way and I hold my tongue, and the only reason I do that is I made a promise to the instructor , and I keep my word. I also made a promise to my self that I would remember what Mr. Mills taught me and continue my education.

    This is my confession
    Mr. Huffman gave some good advice.
    Mr. Mills hasn't been part of the IKKA in some time.
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