Hey everyone. I just watched a video from VTA that Heath just put out. In the video, Heath says that on the forehand your arm should be completely straight. He says that any bend in the elbow on the forehand will cause you to hit it late and behind the body - he does a demo of this. And then he says that a bend in the elbow on the forehand is like doing a bicep curl - which he can curl about 45 pounds. But that a straight armed forehand is like a bench press - and he can bench over two hundred pounds. Does this make sense to you guys? Is a bend in the elbow on the forehand really like "curling 35 pounds" while a straight armed forehand is like "benching 200 pounds?" And do you all think that every forehand you hit with a bend in the elbow will be late? Just curious if this makes sense to people and if anyone else had seen the video. Thanks!