DOUBLE FEINTS

biomechanics of movement | biomechanics of movement 4/4

14/09/2018

 

A key to all feints is trick.

The defensive player thinks the attacker will do one thing,

but he does something else.

They mainly consist of one change of direction. For example, Davor moves to the left, and by changing the direction, he gets past to the right.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwY2IUWNa3M

 

In double feint, it is crucial that the defender thinks Davor will perform a feint and instead he performs one more change of direction.

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