Kenpo Perspectives: The Diversity of American Kenpo is filled with a wealth of information for all American Kenpo practitioners and instructors around the world. American Kenpo founder Ed Parker said, “Every Kenpo black belt is a style unto himself.” Every person is different and each person who studies Parker’s system creates his own style of that system. This book illustrates that concept while displaying the common ground found within the system, and also provides a lot of insight from many different perspectives for those who truly want to dive into the inner workings of the American Kenpo system from its inception to what it is today. This book includes a detailed analysis of the perspectives, interpretations, and beliefs of some of the top American Kenpo instructors in the world about the blueprint of American Kenpo and how they understand it, teach it, and apply it. Kenpo Perspectives: The Diversity of American Kenpo is a book of interviews with 15 of American Kenpo’s top Masters and Grandmasters who truly care about giving back to the art and perpetuating it for future generations. Each of the 15 interviewees answered the same 33 questions to show a variety of different branches from the same tree. The 15 American Kenpo dignitaries interviewed for this book include: Chuck Sullivan, Dave Hebler, Michael Robert Pick, Sean Kelley, Doreen DiRienzo, Rainer Schulte, Bob White, Paul Dye, Pat Salantri, John Sepulveda, Dennis Conatser, Steve LaBounty, Skip Hancock, Brian Duffy, and Rich Hale.