As you are all aware, the COVID-19 pandemic has made all of us change our model in how we run our businesse(s). Now that ordinances & recommendations have changed as per Governor Charlie Baker, we have resumed our lessons teaching outside and adhering to the guidelines set by both the State of Massachusetts and the CDC. To learn more, please feel free to contact me with any questions. Please continue to be safe and vigilant, take all universal precautions including practicing social distancing, wearing of masks, washing of your hands, and the usage of hand sanitizer. —- Grandmaster Lynn


Welcome to Bob Lynn’s Kenpo Karate.  The information provided within this website is to assist the student, friend or curious passerby in developing the necessary tools to empower themselves by using the Martial Arts, specifically Kenpo as a vehicle to do so.  The benefits of Martial Arts training are countless and include, but are not limited to: stress relief, improved concentration, building self-esteem, empowerment and self-confidence.  Additionally, it provides discipline and focus, social building, flexibility and overall improved physical fitness.

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GM Peter Coyle from Ireland. GGM Ed Parker lineage.
Professor Aiau Koa from Hawaii. Sijo Adriano Emperado’s family lineage.
GM Jefferson Davis from Missouri. GM Roger Greene, GM Al Tracy lineage and Joe Lewis fighting system.

FROM L to R:
GM Stuart Gavin from Inervess Scotland, GM Bobby Lynn from Massachusetts, GM Henry Childers from Houston, TX , and GM Joe “Kenpo Joe” Rebelo from New Bedford MA

Pictured from left to right: Professor Nick Cerio, Grandmaster Bobby Lynn, Hanshi Bruce Juchnik

Pictured above during the early 80’s, Professor Cerio tested Grandmaster Lynn for his 5th degree, and Hanshi Juchnik verified his 5th Internationally with verification from Professor Paul Yamaguchi, who was one of James Mitoses original Kenpo blackbelts.

Circa early 1980’s. Pictured with Grandmaster Lynn’s two most influential instructors, Master Fred Bagley, who was my very first Kenpo instructor. Also pictured, Professor Rocky DiRico, the man who molded me into the person I am today.

It was truly a momentous day in October of 2019, after nearly 40 years, Grandmaster Lynn reunited with his very first Kenpo instructor, Grandmaster Fred Bagley.

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