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Deluxe Kenpo Fist Headband On Black 6237
Deluxe Kenpo Fist Headband on Black
These headbands are only $2.99 each or $30.00 per dozen!
This headband illustrates the Kenpo Karate tradition of an open hand and closed fist enclosed in a white circle. This is the Kenpo Karate Emblem. The hands are placed on top of a red circle that represents the Japanese Rising Sun.
Your headband is approximately 36 inches long and ties in the back. One size fits all.
Kenpo Karate was once known as the Ed Parker system because many of the Kenpo instructors trained directly under him. However, the founder of Kenpo Karate was not Ed Parker but rather his instructor, Professor William (Willie) K. S. Chow, who began calling his system "Kenpo Karate" in 1949. Chow trained in "Kenpo Jiu-Jitsu" under Great Grand Master James Mitose who had learned the Kenpo art in Japan from his grandfather Sakuhi Yoshida.
Kenpo Karate is, therefore, a distinct form of Kenpo, although its techniques are virtually indistinguishable from Mistsoe's Kenpo Jui-Jitsu. The difference is mostly in Katas. There were no Katas in Chow's Kenpo Karate while Kenpo Jiu-Jitsu has 4 Katas, Nihanchi 1 & 2, the Bear Kata and the Old Man Kata.