So RG what are you thinking on doing, and what other info or clarification do you need?
MiK, I took kenpo, but it was changed a little bit. The owner of the gym would have had to pay franchising fees, if he used the exact same info as was taught by the kenpo association. I mainly did one on one lessons. It was on saturday and it was an employee who taught me, and he liked to spar so we would usually get in about 30 extra mins. of sparring a lesson. The kenpo I learned was very modern in stances and punches and kicks. Not very flashy, but good results, and stessed footwork and movement.