Kenpo Karate 101: What the Beginner and the Black Belt Should Know
by Lee Wedlake

This book is an excellent resource that gives a broad scope, and is aimed at new students and instructors both. It contains chapters on how to find a good school, which teaches instructors how to have a good school. Also teaches responsibilities, practice methods and a history of Kenpo and Mr. Parker. It also looks at psychological responses to fear, tournaments, and street fighting. An excellent resource for all. Available through Amazon.
Kenpo Karate 101 : What the Beginner and the Black Belt Should Know


Kenpo Karate 201: The Basic and Exercise Forms
by Lee Wedlake with Richard "Huk" Planas

This book contains the first complete explanations of Ed Parker's basic and exercise forms ever published. Written by Lee Wedlake, along with Richard "Huk" Planas, the reader gains insights from two top instructors of American Kenpo. What is given is a brief history of the forms, and the reasons for learning and praticing them are included. Thesis requirements, practice ethods, and tips for readying for competition are found within. Each form description includes an overview and detail of the forms sections. Significant themes and sub-themes are also revealed. Available through Amazon.
Kenpo Karate 201: The Basics and Exercise Forms


Kenpo Karate 301: The Intermediate Forms- Short Form 3 and Long Form 3
by Lee Wedlake

Kenpo 301 covers the intermediate forms of Ed Parker's American Kenpo, Short Form 3 and Long Form 3. These forms are normally taught to intermediate or skilled level practitioners of American Kenpo. Discussed are themes, footwork patterns, and techniques sequences. Available through Amazon.
Kenpo Karate 301: The Intermediate Forms


Kenpo Karate 401: Form Four
by Lee Wedlake

Kenpo 401 covers the first advanced form of Ed Parker's American Kenpo, Form 4. These forms are normally taught to brown belt practitioners of American Kenpo. Discussed in this book are themes, footwork patterns, and techniques sequences. Available from Amazon.
Kenpo Karate 401: Form Four


Kenpo Karate 501: Form Five by Lee Wedlake

Kenpo 501 covers the second advanced form of Ed Parker's American Kenpo, Form 5. These forms are normally taught to Kenpoists who are 1st Deg. Black Belts. Discussed in this book are themes, footwork patterns, and techniques sequences. Available from Amazon.
Kenpo Karate 501: Form Five


Kenpo Karate 601: Form Six by Lee Wedlake

Kenpo 601 covers the third advanced form of Ed Parker's American Kenpo, Form 6, which covers techniques that defend against weapons.. These forms are normally taught to Kenpoists who are 2nd Deg. Black Belts. Discussed in this book are themes, footwork patterns, and techniques sequences. Available from Amazon.
Kenpo Karate 601: Form 6