Al Case started Kenpo Karate in 1967.
He began the Kang Duk Won in 1969.
He studied everything he could find, including Sticky Hands and Wing Chun, Aikido, Northern Shaolin Ton Toi, Southern Shaolin Fut Ga, Pa Kua Chang (many styles), Tai Chi Chuan (many styles, Weapons, and more.
Al became a writer for the Martial arts magazines in 1981, and wrote for Inside Kung Fu, Inside Karate, Black Belt, and many others.
He had his own column in Inside Karate, ‘Case Histories.’
He opened a number of schools throughout California.
He developed Matrixing Technology to better understand the Martial Arts.
He developed Neutronics to better understand the human being revealed by the Martial arts.
Al began selling mail order Martial Arts courses in the 1980s.
He established Monster Martial Arts in 2002, and began selling Martial Arts courses based on his discoveries through Matrixing and in Neutronics.
He is currently establishing a temple of the study of Martial Arts in Nipomo, California.