Matrix Karate Series

Matrix Karate Series

A five volume series taking one straight through from beginner to Mastery of the most powerful martial art ever devised. This is the complete system, the only system to ever use the powerful logic of Matrixing. It is easy to learn, easy to remember, and therefore easy to apply. It is the first and only true science in the Martial Arts.

Matrix Karate: White Belt

Matrix Karate: Green Belt

Matrix Karate: Brown Belt

Matrix Karate: Black Belt

Matrix Karate: Master

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2 Responses to Matrix Karate Series

  1. Michael says:

    This is a great series, I have collected them all. I first started training in Matrix Karate a few years ago thru Al’s home course, which really is a great system. I know that some may think a home course is not real training, but before I began studying matrixing, I already had trained in several systems and completed black belt level in those systems. Traveling a lot gave me this opportunity. Matrix is the science behind the art, it is the explanation concerning the physics of the art. Whichever system you train in. I know this, as I have trained in several of Al’s other courses, which systems I had already trained in, Matrixing has improved all of them and continues to do so.
    This series, is Matrixing 101. I can say this because I still reference it, even though I am working thru Al’s other courses. Really this is a guide book to the Newtonian Physics of the martial arts. This series will help your martial arts tremendously.
    Just my analysis concerning this series,

  2. Chris Halbert says:

    Greetings Mr. Case,

    I came across your work on Amazon, How to Create Your Own Kenpo and just discovered this website this morning and I must tell you the work you are doing is absolutely fascinating!
    My name is Chris, I am 37 and currently live in Anaheim. I started training in United Studios’ Shaolin Kenpo system when I was 17 and also became an Instructor after a couple of years with my Sensei who broke off from USSD. While it did not work out, I sort of floated and became disenchanted with Martial Arts throughout my 20s.
    I picked it up again when I was about 30 and haven’t really stopped since then earning Black Belts in Tae Kwon Do (WTF) and Master Dave Johnson’s Sei Ei Do. I also have experience in Wing Chun having trained a little bit in China; and some experience in Kickboxing.
    I wonder if there is a way where I could meet you– the captions for your work say you live in Southern California. Anyway, it would be great to learn from you and I hope we can keep in touch.

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