Last updated 28 April 2015
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Lee Wedlake has published nine books on Parker Kenpo and his articles have appeared in Black Belt, Inside Kung-Fu, Journal of Asian Martial Arts, Martial Arts Professional and others as well as various non-martial arts magazines including the Mensa Bulletin.
2015 Seminar Schedule
May 1/2 – Chicago, IL
May 22/25, Wonder Valley Camp, Sanger (Fresno) CA
September 18/20 – AKF Camp, Austin, TX
September 25/26 – Chicago, IL
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New Articles in the Members (Premium Subscriber) section:
April 2015 – The Hammerlock Series – March 2015 – More on the motion chart and some recent history – February 2015 – Multi-part article – January 2015 – Multiple Definitions – December 2014 – Imagery/Aggression – November 2104 – Guns/Motion Chart/ Attention – October 2014 – More on the Two-Man Defenses – September 2014 – Three Points to Ponder – August 2014 – A Look Behind the Curtain – July 2014 – The Analytical Process – June 2014 – The Evolution of Terminology – May 2014 – The Helping Hand and more
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Nunchaku intro course DVD/booklet by Jim Peacock.
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