Originally Posted by sidewinder22
The first hip move or "rotation" is more of a lateral move/weight transfer that gets you into the power zone with the hips still slightly closed to neutral. Then explode the hips, shoulder, arm.
When my hips are at 90 deg to the target, my shoulders are not far behind.
I imagine that the movement of the hips and shoulders from here, is short and explosive. If the rotation is to big, the shoulders would open to far along with the elbow being to far in front causing a poor snap.