What is KTFO?

It is an acronym for Kajukenbo Tactical Force Options.

The skill sets used in KTFO are pulled from Western Boxing, Filipino Martial Arts, and Ground Fighting. Both empty hand and weapon techniques are considered.

The focus of the class is situational self defense. Students 13 years and up, of any skill level are welcome, and can expect to deepen their understanding of self protection, use of force ladders, and defensive tactics with every class.

What is the Kajukenbo part of KTFO?

Kajukenbo  is a hybrid martial art from Hawaii. The name Kajukenbo is a portmanteau of the various arts from which the style is derived: KA for Karate, JU for Judo and Jujutsu, KEN for Kenpo and BO for Boxing (Kajukenbo).

Kajukenbo training incorporates a blend of striking, kicking, throwing, takedowns, joint locks and weapon disarmament.

Who is the instructor?

Kevin Jackson is a lifetime martial artist. He was given the rank of Professor by his instructor, Grand Master Ted Sotelo, in 2019.

When are the classes?

Check the schedule page.

How much do classes cost?

If pay Kevin directly, KTFO classes are $139 per month. If you are a current member of our martial arts program, the class is included in your dues.

How come you offer all these different martial arts in addition to KTFO?

We believe that martial arts is a wide and deep discipline. We encourage students to try it all, and stick with what keeps them training and growing.