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    Default Dynamic Kenpo's Boot Camp formerly the Northen Kenpo Summit

    These are just a few clips from the 15hr training weekend we just had. The event covered a lot of ground. Check out these clips

    This clip is the Technique Variation lesson and we are dealing with Delayed Sword


    http://media.putfile.com/Technique-V...eting-on-Casey

    A breakdown of locking horns

    http://media.putfile.com/Technique-B...-Locking-Horns

    A defence with a Live Blade against a Backfist

    http://media.putfile.com/Knife-Techn...---Bootcamp-06

    Spontanity drill with Five Swords as a base

    http://media.putfile.com/Five-Swords...thern-bootcamp
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    Default Re: Northern Kenpo Summit

    Looks like you guys had a great time!

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    Default Re: Northern Kenpo Summit

    I really want to thank Casey Sutherland for bringing his laptop and recording 11 hours of the training. Now that we know how to do it properly we will push ahead with the practical weapons series, and have moreclips to share here on KenpoTalk.
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    Default Re: Northern Kenpo Summit

    Here is another clip form the weekend. I really liked doing this segement because I got to use my Kenpo 1 Knife.


    http://media.putfile.com/Knife-Drill
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    Default Re: Northern Kenpo Summit

    Thanks for sharing the clips. My comments will be on the "Locking Horns" segment. I don't have any sound so all I can go by is what I see on the clip. When I was taught this tek we were told to take a short step forward with the r. leg turning our head to our left shoulder while executing a left chopping check to the inside of the attacker's r.knee with the rising r. ridgehand to the groin followed by the r.upward elbow etc.. You took a pretty deep step, and no check to the knee. Was this by design, or were you working some different ways to execute the tek? Please forgive me if I missed an explanation on the clip. As I said earlier I have no sound. Thanks for your time.

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    Default Re: Northern Kenpo Summit

    For some reason there is no sound on all of the open hand material. After looking at the clip it looks like we were going through the equation formula on this technique at that time and deleted the check in that variation. We went through teh equation formula that day on all 10 Master Key techniques.

    I can believe that this camp was already over a year ago.
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