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    Default MLKKA: Kenpo Control

    After begging Amy incessantly to loan me her copy of Kenpo Control, she finally caved. Thank you for that Amy. This is well worth paying for so I'll be purchasing my own.

    Conditions hopefully will allows us the opportunity to control our pursuer/attacker versus devastating them with potentially lethal responses. Mike Lambert shows us how to apply control through joint manipulation and what he calls "pain compliance" in our current EPAK techniques. What he demonstrates in Kenpo Control, to me, is a sign of very highly skilled practitioner who has the ability to temper his response based on the situation and does so more effectively than I've been witness to before. This looks like a must have for those in law enforcement.

    I've now begun to practice these methods myself and I'm looking forward to seeing how it advances my ability to temper response based on situation and look forward to becoming proficient enough to begin passing it down to my students.

    Just awesome.

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    For anyone but Camey, you'd have to pry my videos out of my cold dead hands, but for her....anything.

    I agree. It's a fab. video for those who like to manipulate and control, using kenpo as the excuse.

    If MLKKA gives the okay, we'd be happy to post a clip of it on the members in motion section on his behalf.

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    It sounds very interesting!
    So from the way it sounds he's using the "amplification" principle to tone down the physical destructiveness and damage while increasing the pain.

    Sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing!
    How did you learn about this person and his videos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brother John
    It sounds very interesting!
    So from the way it sounds he's using the "amplification" principle to tone down the physical destructiveness and damage while increasing the pain.

    Sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing!
    How did you learn about this person and his videos?

    Your Brother
    John
    Mike Lambert is a 9th Degree in Baltimore MD. (I live across the country)

    I first saw Mike Lambert at Tatum's 2004 Vegas camp. I only saw the one seminar and chatted with him for a few minutes, but he impressed upon me greatly. He told me that Kenpo Control was in the works and I pestered him about it until it was done. I saw him again last year at camp, went to two of his seminars and was captivated.

    For Christmas of 2004, I got all of his videos as a gift. It was a kenpo Christmas. So was last year. He has a knife video too that I'm interested in.

    The kenpo control video is especially cool. Well worth it.

    He takes some techniques like clutching feathers, triggered salute and crossing talon and shows how to amplify the pain without necessarily causing injury (unless of course you want to ) And it's amazingly easy to do. Tons of fun.


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    Camey and Amy

    Thanks for the great review of the manipulation video. I had a great time tying up my guys. It shows what can be done once you close the distance, and get into control range. Hopefully it was clear enough so you could pick up relate the moves to your techniques.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amylong
    Mike Lambert is a 9th Degree in Baltimore MD. (I live across the country)

    I first saw Mike Lambert at Tatum's 2004 Vegas camp. I only saw the one seminar and chatted with him for a few minutes, but he impressed upon me greatly. He told me that Kenpo Control was in the works and I pestered him about it until it was done. I saw him again last year at camp, went to two of his seminars and was captivated.

    For Christmas of 2004, I got all of his videos as a gift. It was a kenpo Christmas. So was last year. He has a knife video too that I'm interested in.

    The kenpo control video is especially cool. Well worth it.

    He takes some techniques like clutching feathers, triggered salute and crossing talon and shows how to amplify the pain without necessarily causing injury (unless of course you want to ) And it's amazingly easy to do. Tons of fun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MLKKA
    It shows what can be done once you close the distance, and get into control range. Hopefully it was clear enough so you could pick up relate the moves to your techniques.

    Mike
    Mike,
    I have practiced relating a lot of those things in my techniques. I was doing it tonight, as a matter of fact.

    I remembered you showing the difference between a wristlock and a turning-wrist-to-the-side-not-really-a-wristlock hold. Fortunately, as I was showing it to a student, I remembered the difference at the last minute and did it right. It was a close call.

    The video was very clear and done with humor and enthusiasm. Your sense of humor cracks me up.

    I'm anxious to see the knife one. Mike, if you would be so kind as to bring one to the Vegas camp, I'd appreciate it.

    --Amy
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    Default Re: MLKKA: Kenpo Control

    Mike,
    It was a pleasure to. And yes it was very clear. Now we just need to practice it as much as you all do . I also hope that we go over this in Vegas or perhaps in Maryland in August to solidify it. Speaking of Vegas, last year, I never really was able to execute the arm drag very well so I'm hopeful and planting a seed that we may cover it briefly again -- maybe take it offline.
    -Camey

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    Camey and Amy

    Thanks for the great review of the manipulation video. I had a great time tying up my guys. It shows what can be done once you close the distance, and get into control range. Hopefully it was clear enough so you could pick up relate the moves to your techniques.

    Mike
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