Al Case walked into his Kenpo school in November 1967. Within a year he became an instructor, and wrote the instruction manual for his school.
This was the golden age of martial arts, and over the coming years Al would study classical Karate, Wing Chun, Aikido, Northern Shaolin, Southern Shaolin, Tai Chi Chuan, Pa Kua Chang, weapons, and more.
He was asked to write a column (Case Histories) for Inside Karate.
With the turn of the century Al turned his attention to the completion of his studies in Matrixing, and the formulation of a martial arts philosphy: Neutronics.
He is a webmaster for MonsterMartialArts.com, and several other sites which feature his books and courses.
Al has written over two million words on the martial arts, which makes him the most prolific martial arts writer of all time.
Currently, he is living on a mountain top in Southern California, where he is building a martial arts temple.