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Contents
Raymond Honoré - JKA 7th dan
 
  Introduction
  History
  Styles of karate
  Aims of karate
  Kihon, kata, kumite
  Physical principes
  Bunkai
  Combat
  Aggression and stress
  Kumite in pratice
  Dangerous spots
  Japan, Buddhism & Zen
  Karate and emptiness
  Precepts
  Quotations
  Conclusions
  References
  Author
  Contact
  The book
   
Annexes
    JKA
    Shotokan kata
    Shitoryu kata
    Goju-ryu kata
    Kumite
    Takedown & MMA
    Physical training
    Links

 

 

Raymond Honoré is a karate pioneer in Belgium. Under his legendary mustache and behind his famous forearms, there is hidden an enthusiast who provides his valuable advices freely.

  R.Honoré-JKA  

Here is a brief overview of his martial career:

In 1967, he took the "karaté club de La Louvière" founded in 1961 by Robert Delmotte.

From 1968 to 1978, he has been a member of the national team under the leadership of Satoshi Miyazaki Shihan.

From 1970 to 1976, each year, he gets 3rd place at kumite national championships of Belgium.

 

R.Honoré-karaté

1973, karate world championship in Japan

 
  • In 1977, he finished first at Belgian championship in kumite and third in kata.
  • In 1978, he finished 3rd in kumite at the 1st BAKF championship.
  • Since 1978, Raymond Honoré is engaged in national and international arbitration and in the training of new referees.
  • In 2004, for his martial career, he was awarded the price of the sporting merit of Hainaut.
  • In 2009 he received the exemple award from the urban community.
  • Today, at more than 70 years, he continues to practice and to teach his art with good humor and passion, with truculent Walloon expressions. Fifty three years after the founding of his club, a lot of karatekas still come at Raymond's club to correct their small and big defects that he detects at first glance ...