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    Default Kenpo Book Listing

    What books would you recommend to someone looking for deeper understanding of Parker's Kenpo?
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    Default Re: Kenpo Book Listing

    I would start off with the 5 volumes of Infinite Insights Into Kenpo
    Quality outweighs quantity every time.

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    I sencirely believe that mr.Lee Wedlake has written the best books on the system ever.Packed with information and so very easy to follow!!

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    The Lee Wedlock series is great. You cant miss with the Infinate Insights series from GM Parker also his Encyclopedia of Kenpo is good.

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    Default Re: Kenpo Book Listing

    American Kenpo Mastery has much information within that is useful.

    The listing of technique notes in the last section are exceptionally helpful, I think.

    I heard the author can be found round here, at times.

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    I've tried to assemble every book on Kenpo or Kempo that I could find at my website, www.kungfubooksonline.com, click on "American Arts". However I'll be watching this thread to see if some are mentioned that I don't carry

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    Default Re: Kenpo Book Listing

    One additional book on kenpo and the principles of kenpo that are not common place is here.

    https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...t+manipulation

    good luck and have fun!
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    Default Re: Kenpo Book Listing

    Anyone looking for books ... I am going to clean my library out.
    PM me for anything missing in your library.
    Perhaps we can work out an exchange.

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