We had some requests for Pinan Nidan applications, so this week we recorded a video for the beginning sequence of tetsui-uchi/oi-tsuki/gedan-barai. We didn't have much time to record this, so hopefully it is still clear enough! I do want to point out something we didn't include in the video, which is that the neko-ashi-dachi used during the tetsui-uchi indicates that you can kick your opponent after you turn the arm over. The following strike and throw can be used either if they resist, or if they react to being kicked by trying to stand back upright.
This application is a pretty simple, straight-forward one. I have actually seen other people doing something very similar, so it probably won't be new to anyone here, but I figured I would share it, anyway.