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    Default American Kenpo Legacy

    Has anyone ever done buisiness with these people before? http://www.arnis.org/index.htm They have a pretty good selection of DVDs and manuals. I'm rather interested in their DVD that compares the differences between EPAK and Tracy's Kenpo. Any input would be nice before I send these people my hard earned cash.
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    I've heard good things about them from men I trust, for what it's worth.
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    Ah...the Lamkins.
    They are legit.
    My father earned his 4th black under their instruction.

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    ...interesting...I wonder how Al Tracy feels about that.
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    Havn't gotten around to their DVD's yet, however, their manuals are very detailed and thorough. Highly recommended!!

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    Default Re: American Kenpo Legacy

    Greetings.

    They are very detailed and their execution is clean, neat and crisp.

    Their manuals are very well thought out, prescise and organized.

    They have studied both Tracy's kenpo and American Kenpo curriculums and they chronicle their journey in their Elite-fighters page, and their history with both Al Tracy and Ed Parker.

    Their materials are underpriced for what they do. In the Tracy's sv american kenpo they do a comparative analysis of the execution styles and techniques in both curriculums, going over the whole AK curriculum and the Tracy's equvalents of the techniques.

    On thier otehr products they deliver as promised in their descriptions.

    I highly recommend their products.

    Enjoy!

    Juan M. Mercado

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