I was practicing with some friends recently, and I told them I felt very clunky on the forehand side; almost like I was doing something extra. I told them to watch me hit one and tell me what they thought. They said I wasn't taking the forehand back enough. I learned that you should lead with the butt of the racquet and point at the fence behind you before you hit. However, this feels very awkward on my wrist and I became accustomed to "Shot-arming" the forehand. I started taking a double-bend approach, and turning my shoulders more so that my racquet would point at the fence. It feels a little more natural now that I've practiced a little bit, but I've started to scoop at the ball more and my timing is off. Is this something that will improve with time? Are there any more tips on improving this aspect of my game?