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Crino's Martial Arts

2460 Nesconset Hwy

Stony Brook, NY 11790

Monday: 12:00 PM  to  9:00 PM
 

Tuesday: 12:00 PM  to  7:00 PM 

Tuesday: Jiu Jitsu: 7:30 PM  to 8:30 PM               

Wednesday: 12:00 PM  to  9:00 PM
 

Thursday: 12:00 PM  to  9:00 PM
 

Friday: 12:00 PM  to  7:30 PM  
 

Saturday: 07:30 AM  to  3:00 PM
 

Sunday: 10:00 AM  to  2:00 PM

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Proudly Teaching Students In And Around The Following Areas:


Stony Brook  |  Setauket  |   Nesconset |  Lake Grove  |  Centereach | Selden | Village of the Branch |

Head of the Harbor | St. James  |  Lake Ronkonkoma  |  Ronkonkoma | Smithtown   

Port Jeff  |  Port Jefferson Station  | Terryville  | Nissequogue    |  Old Field  |  Poquott |  Mount Sinai 

Ed Parker

3/19/31-12/15/90

Born in Hawaii, Parker began training in judo at an early age and later studied boxing. During the 1940s, Parker was introduced to Kenpo by Frank Chow, who then introduced Parker to William Chow, a student of James Mitose. Parker trained with William Chow while serving in the Coast Guard and attending Brigham Young University, and in 1953 he was promoted to the rank of black belt. Parker, seeing that modern times posed new situations that were not addressed in Kenpo, adapted the art to make it more easily applicable to the streets of America. He developed and founded his own system calling it American Kenpo and is considered the Father of American Kenpo.  One of his students was Elvis Presley.