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    Default Favorite Kajukenbo Form

    For our members who study Kajukenbo what is your favorite form?

    What is its focus?

    What does it teach?

    Why is it your favorite?
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    Default Re: Favorite Kajukenbo Form

    I particularly liked Pinian 6-6 and Kata 7 (Ha-shishi). I combined both of those when I used to compete back in the early 90's. It was a good form and it won me a lot of tournaments. I do not remember what the focus of the forms were nor do I remember what it teaches. It has been like 16 years since I last performed them.
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