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    Default Lee Wedlake's New Book Kenpo 301

    Has anyone else read this yet? DId you find new information that you did not already know?

    I really enjoy is writting style.

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    Default Re: Lee Wedlake's New Book Kenpo 301

    I read his three other books. I loved the insight. The 201 book was more of a reference and pointers book. It highlighted specific areas which helped me with my form work. I have not read the new book but look forward to reading it in the near future.
    "Fear is the true opiate of combat."

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