That's a great example of proactive head movement and being aware of what position you're putting yourself in. You will run into danger against a high-level opponent who picks up on it. It's a smart idea to have those movements drilled into your muscle memory, but you need to be able to vary them. Did you watch the fights this weekend? Barboza vs Dariush was a good example. Dariush had a nice jab into level change set up. A great move on its own, but because Barboza picked up on it he was able to counter with a flying knee. Anything is a bad idea if the opponent knows you're gonna do it. So try to incorporate more patterns and mix up the timing.