I've been over-analyzing my forehand again in an effort to hit a heavier and deeper ball. To begin, something I recently read but never thought about was that the hitting arm should "lead out" the dominant hip during the stroke. I assume this means that the back leg is loaded up and only releases the weight once the shoulders have become relatively uncoiled. I think one of my problems has been that my back leg likes to drive up with or before the arm, creating a whippy action with no margin for error. Two questions regarding this: 1) do you have a way that you describe the action (that I'm poorly attempting to put into words above) that might help shed more light on it?, and 2) with an open stance FH, should the hips coil as well or be more parallel with the baseline throughout the stroke? I feel as though my stance could still be open and my hips coiled and somewhat closed.