My friend Stewart Squire shows some Heian Nidan / Pinan Shodan drills involving a wall. Very innovative!
All the best,
I like it!
These are very interesting; I have been looking at the Pinan Kata, particularly this on for a while now, and this is an idea I haven't seen before. I think the very last armlock against the wall is a bit shakey, and perhaps redundant after trapping his head against the wall with the shuto uke, but overall I like the approach, especially the bit about moving to the outside at the beginning of the drill with the hammerfist/ hammerfist sequence. Maybe the first hammerfist would work better as a shovel hook into the ribs?
I'm definitely going to play with this one in the dojo. I like it, well done!
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