KENPO KAI KAN KARATE
The Kenpokai Kan Karate system comes from several different directions of Martial Arts, later combined with Kyokushinkai Karate and Ne Waza (Jujutsu) it also became a Fighting Sport. But a sport system is not self-defense, and self-defense is not a complete Martial Art in itself, so Kenpokai trains Kihon (basic stances blocks strikes kicks), Kata (forms of walking with and without weapons) and Kumite (full contact) with and without ground-fighting (Ne Waza).
WKKO / PKKS Kenpokai (Kempo) fighters have fought for many years in Kyokushinkai, Kenpokai, Shidokan and Ashihara Full Contact Karate tournaments and matchmakings such as: Mas Oyama Memorial Cup Japan, Ichiban Cup Netherlands, KI World Cup Sweden, Tezuka Cup Netherlands, Senshi Cup Netherlands, Shinzo Cup Belgium, Budokaido Belgium, Stamina Cup Belgium, Asahi Cup Belgium, Kamakura European Kyokushinkai Championships Netherlands, Fight Night Ukraine, Open Limburg Netherlands and many more for organizations like: International Budokai Gordeau, Shinkyokushin, Tezuka Group, Ashihara NIKO, Kyokushin Union, Shindokankan, KI Kempo International and many more.
Besides Kumite we are also active in unarmed and armed trainings and Kata.
In WKKO Kenpokaikan the following Ke(n)mpo systems are affiliated: Kenpokai Karate, Parker Kenpo Karate, Chinese Ke(n)mpo, Shorin Ke(n)mpo and Shin Kage Muto Ryu.
Ken(m)po is Japanese term written with two hieroglyphs "KEN" and "PO". In Chinese they are read "Chuan Fa". In English it means "The Method of the Fist" or "The Law of the Fist". This term was known in Okinawa in XVII - XVIII centuries meaning one of the way Chinese fighting "Kung-fu". In XVII - XVIII centuries this term was used for Okinawan styles of close fight (hand-to-hand fight) and fight with using of different kind of weapons. The term "Kempo" appeared naming of many styles of Karate. In the ancient times "Kempo" and "Karate" meant the same in the Okinawa Division. Following the old traditions of real Kempo the school of Kempo-jitsu was founded presenting adapted fighting system. School technique consists of blows and kicks, throws, painful controls, suffocation and using traditional weapons. All these thing are collected into harmonious system and combined with common principle. All of these allow to have detailed training and have a fight in and distance and any conditions. WKKO Kenpokaikan has got three main ways:
Organization holding competitions, annual camps and work shops (regional, national and international).
Traditionaly Applied Division
Organization of self-defense lessons, contribution to protective bodies, educational work, certification. Holding of Martial Art Festivals.
Health Improving Division
Combined health-improving actions aimed to bring into a healthy state.