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John Bishop:
Use this thread to show us a technique from your Kajukenbo method/branch.  Or any particular technique you like. 
Load them up on "You Tube" or any other server you prefer, then post the link here. 
I'd be nice to have at least 1 technique a week.  But more would be nice, and less would be OK too. 
And don't worry about what rank you are.  Just get the camcorder out and have fun.

John Bishop:
Kajukenbo Palama Sets (Pinans) 1 & 2 performed by GM Gary Forbach, and Prof. Joe Stubbs.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=rntiBLNwzZQ

Wyatt Pickens:

--- Quote from: John Bishop on July 24, 2008, 06:07:40 PM ---Kajukenbo Palama Sets (Pinans) 1 & 2 performed by GM Gary Forbach, and Prof. Joe Stubbs.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=rntiBLNwzZQ

--- End quote ---

I have a question Mr. Bishop. Do all schools learn these differently? Because this is definitely the same form and same name, but we have a few other moves in Palama 1 that weren't in this video.

John Bishop:

--- Quote from: Wyatt Pickens on June 07, 2012, 08:37:17 PM ---
--- Quote from: John Bishop on July 24, 2008, 06:07:40 PM ---Kajukenbo Palama Sets (Pinans) 1 & 2 performed by GM Gary Forbach, and Prof. Joe Stubbs.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=rntiBLNwzZQ

--- End quote ---

I have a question Mr. Bishop. Do all schools learn these differently? Because this is definitely the same form and same name, but we have a few other moves in Palama 1 that weren't in this video.

--- End quote ---

You'll see some minor variation in different schools, but usually nothing major enough to make the form unrecognizable. 

Bautista's:
There are several different moves in Palama #1 but look at it as self defense moves on variation of attacks.

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