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Doug Wong: History

Grandmaster Douglas Wong started his Martial Arts career in the 1950's and continues to this day. If you haven't looked at his historical photos on his facebook page I strongly suggest that you do. For some it will be a trip down memory lane. For others it will ...

Q&A: Kenpo

Getting answers straight from those "who were there" is tough today, unless you have the connections to call the right people. Fortuneately, through my association with Ron Chapél I can make those calls. So lets kick off the first Q&A session. Email me your questions at Brad@MartialMoves ...

GM Ed Parker: Early Footage (Part 2)

As promised, part 2 of the 16mm Grandmaster Ed Parker 16mm print. I can't get enough of this old footage personally. Understanding the origins of Martial Movement provides great insight into the evolution of a self defense system. 

GM Ed Parker: Early Footage

Ron Chapél has a Martial Arts library of computer files, books, film, patches, cards. You name it he probably has it. It turns out he's been hanging onto the original 16 mm print of Grandmaster Ed Parker, considered the man who is responsible for proliferating the Martial Arts ...

Ron Chapél: The Early Days

This episode covers Dr. Ron Chapél's early days at Ark Wong, how he met Ed Parker, Bruce Lee, Gene LeBelle, fight films, the evolution of Kenpo, Tiny Lefiti, and how he became a Martial Hacker. 

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