Two more quick applications of principles and techniques of Naihanchi.
The first teaches closing as we receive, striking simultaneously (almost). It teaches the principle of controlling the opponents head, and how to do it, using all striking options available at close quarters (shoulder bump) and a reason for the head turn in applying this strike. The stamp kick speaks for itself, but the drill teaches a more efficient method of taking the opponent to the ground.
The second begins with the same Uke Waza, however we now look at one option for moving fluidly to the outside of the combative engagement, learning sticking/heavy hand. We apply a strike out of Morote Uke to a primary target (jawline ). The act of pressing to the opponents elbow in the Morote Uke teaches a subtle way to disrupt the opponents centre, reducing his ability to fire off with his free hand.
They're both very quick, and very easy, which for karate which is practiced for "the street" is an absolute must.