Kenpo Karate/Jiu Jitsu

Kenpo Karate/Jiu Jitsu

5.0 (4)
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About this pro

The reason my service stands out is that these concepts and techniques are actually real world tested. The tactics and strategies work in real time against realistic attacks and opponents. I take from reality based combatives, sport combat, and traditional arts what works and modify where necessary to client. I have over 20 years of martial arts experience from American Kenpo Karate, Kajukenbo, Japanese Jujitsu to Brazillian Jiu Jitsu to military and police combatives.

The joy comes from teaching people how to truly defend themselves in the real world. If I can save one life by teaching one tactic or strategy, I've succeeded in life. Oss!!!

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Las Vegas, NV 89108
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4 Reviews

5.0

  • Teresa Prater

    Wow... what a great experience. Testing for my blue belt at Drysdale Jiujitsu and Harvey Hilton is refining and teaching me all the blue belt test drills. I feel safe and relaxed now that I can do it all and I will pass the test July 10, 2017 and receive my blue belt from Robert Drysdale, THANK YOU !....HARVEY FOR PERPARING ME FOR THE BLUE BELT TEST 💪🏽OSS

  • Bobby G.

    Harvy is a great man and a true martial artist. He's been training well over 20 years. With his vast knowledge and experience along with dedication anyone would be lucky to train under him.

  • Dennis Bartholomew

    Harvey is a great trainer and motivator! He is well rounded is the martial arts and a great teacher!

  • Thom Jackson

    Harvey is a well rounded martial artist. He understands interpersonal combat and human interaction in general. The breadth of his knowledge allows him to tailor ideas for all body types and personalities. I have been training in the fighting arts for more than 20 years, and Harvey is the real deal. I can't recommend him highly enough.



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I will take an assessment of the student. I will discuss and evaluate students goals, maturity, fitness level, skill level, etc.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have a 2nd degree black belt in Kempo Karate/Japanese Jujitsu under William Hochheim received in 2007, 2nd degree black belt in Force necessary unarmed combatives under William Hochheim received in 2007. First degree black belt in Ed Parkers American Kenpo under Al Farnsworth received in 1990. Brown belt under Professor Robert Drysdale in Brazillian Jiu Jitsu in 2019. Expert certification in knife/counter knife combatives received in 2008. Also experience in Judo, wrestling, kickboxing, Karate point fighting, single and double stick fighting, gun/counter gun combat. Also Certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine-personal trainer, and sports specialist. This is honestly just the tip of the iceberg of my experience. You will see when you come and train with me.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

My standard pricing for a one hour private is 75 dollars per lesson. Two students same price. Pricing is also negotiable. I also give a free introductory lesson.


How did you get started teaching?

It's really just the natural progression of the martial artist.


What types of students have you worked with?

Children to adults from all walks of life. I've also have worked with autistic children and adults. My oldest son is autistic, so I have 22 years of working with autism.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I'm a member of team Zenith Brazillian Jiu Jitsu and was supporting the team at the Las Vegas open tournament. Great times with great people on a great team. April 29, 2017


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I would say look out for people that speak in absolutes. For Example the technique never fails, my system is perfect and fail proof. Nothing is 100%. So I would have pause when people talk in black and white, because it's not, their is plenty of grey. Together we will sort out what works for you.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What are your goals? What do you wish to accomplish? How hard are you willing to work? How serious are you about your training? After all sometimes this can be a matter life or death, don't leave that to the mediocre.