And what does that have to do with Ke?po or it's foundation of training and techniques? Yes I am. I have gone from the biggest Ke?po nutrider you could have imagined, to what you see today. The reason for this is because the more I look into the history of Kempo, and the more I realize completely antiquated and unrealistic training methodologies that many/most schools stick to, the more reasons I have to be against it. The entire style is something that was a good idea, and a work in progress, that suddenly everyone declared themselves masters at, and started just awarding themselves belts, titles, ranks, and starting their own organizations and sub-styles. All the while, the vast majority of them were completely clueless about fighting, harping on about how their teachers fought using it, and how it's street tested from Hawaii to Okinawa to even ancient China.