Josh Gold shares technical details for an Ikkyo and Nikyo seated pin as well as one variation of a standing pin.
The basic forms for these pins are easy to perform. However, there are a number of underlying details that can be employed to significantly improve the effectiveness of the pins. This video explores some of those details.
Once an attacker is secured in a pin, they should not be able to escape with any amount of active resistance (unless they chose to injure themselves and dislocate a joint). Because we've found a number of our students struggle to make this happen consistently, the dojo has begun to reinforce the details shown in this video more frequently in our instruction.
Billy Vincenty and Ben Cordova participate in the session.