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    When I first started Kenpo we had to learn a bunch of sparring drills such as B1a and B6a. How many are there? Does anyone have a list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerkarate View Post
    When I first started Kenpo we had to learn a bunch of sparring drills such as B1a and B6a. How many are there? Does anyone have a list.

    You can find what your're looking for here on this thread.

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    LOL. Yes I saw you were looking at that right before you posted. Thanks a bunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerkarate View Post
    LOL. Yes I saw you were looking at that right before you posted. Thanks a bunch.
    Yeah I had to find it so I could get the link.
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    Thanks for posting this. I had been looking for a decoder of this. I heard about it and even though we do not use it in class I wanted to read up on it.
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