Bob White's Kenpo Karate
Passing up a professional baseball career at a young age, Professor Bob White has contributed to the art of American Kenpo for over thirty-years.
On the tournament circuit, he won numerous state, national, and international fighting championships. Besides fighting on the first International Kenpo Karate Association's team that defeated the Chuck Norris team for 1st Place at the International Karate Championships, Bob White fought on the National All Star Black Belt Team, which went undefeated in 1973 and 1974.
As a teacher and coach, he has consistently turned out some of the world's finest Kenpo fighters. Over the past 40+ years, Bob White's karate school has won more than 1500 trophies at the International Karate Championships, and each year throughout the 1990s his students accounted for at least one of the Black Belt Grand Champions at the International Karate Championships.
Professor White provides seminars on a wide range of Kenpo-related subjects that include sparring and special self-defense presentation. With headquarters in Costa Mesa, California, he has affiliate schools throughout the U.S. and teaches Kenpo worldwide. Master White promotes an annual karate tournament www.bobwhiteinvitational.com that raises money for the Royal Familys Kids Camps www.rfkc.org This is an organization that provides a week long camp for abused children.
Besides the martial arts, Bob enjoys game fishing, running, and is an avid tennis player. Bob, Barbara and their children live in Costa Mesa, California.