Pinan II

Pinan II

NOTES:
Position
Bow
Cover: Fists and feet shoulder width apart
1. Look left, right half-step, pivot left to left cat stance, right forearm block, left hammer fist
2. Right walking stance, right middle punch
3. Look over right shoulder, right step behind, pivot to right long stance, right down block
4. Fade to right cat stance, left forearm block, right hammer fist
5. Left walking stance, left middle punch
6. Look to the front, pivot left 90, left long stance to front, left down block
7. Right walking stance, right high block
8. Left walking stance, left high block
9. Right walking stance, right high block
10. Left step behind, pivot 270 degrees left, left long stance, left down block
1. Right walking stance, right middle punch
2. Look over right shoulder, step behind with right foot, pivot 180 to right long stance, right down block.
3. Left walking stance, left middle punch
4. Look left, pivot left 90, left long stance, left down block
5. Right walking stance, right face punch ki-ai!
6. Left walking stance, left face punch
7. Right walking stance, right face punch
8. Step behind with left, pivot left 270 degrees, left cat stance, left open-hand, down block
9. Step right and pivot 45 degrees, right open-hand down block
10. Look over right shoulder, step right and pivot 135 degrees, right open hand down block
1. Step left and pivot 45 degrees, left open hand down block
Up to Cover
Position
Bow

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