Originally Posted by boramiNYC
Hip is for stability and balance. It should be well anchored to stabilize the fast and big motion of the upper body. This means while the upper body is coiled in backswing the hip should be well anchored to stretch that coiling and initiate the rotational pull and after the contact it should be well anchored to stop the rotational inertia. Legs are the helpers of the hip to achieve this. It's better to think more of the inaction or plantedness of the hip.
agree . you have to use a one hip joint pivoting of the trunk. . and . . to do that ..need to plant the feet on the ground and bend the knee.