Quote Originally Posted by southpawed View Post
do you think feints should only be used when you know you can land the follow up shot? it seems like the only time they are most useful is right in beginnings of the round or when you have your opponent respecting the punch you're going to feint. i always heard and read that you have to work off the feints, or its just kinda wasted i guess. or perhaps the opponent would time it if he caught on.
Youve got to have a follow up in mind,its just saving you the time energy and effort of having to throw a throw away punch.
Lets face it,a full combo has this in mind,if I throw to A) his hands move to block so B) is open now,and thats really what I wanted to hit anyway.
A good feint makes sure your punch gets to B) alot faster