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The time-out, especially when you are pinning him to the ground face down may add to the problem if he is frustrated by the lack of control he feels when he is pinned to the ground. If you are really set on using time-out then I suggest reading the Dr. Sear's Discipline Book and finding a gentler way to use them.
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