hi, I'm a MT beginner (had about 10 classes so far) and am struggling with the roundhouse kick. my problem is that i'm kind of leaning forward with my upper body when doing the kick and my instructor keeps telling me to lean back. so should my upper body lean backwards yet face my opponent while my hip is facing to the side (the rotation), or should my upper body also be facing sidewards (i.e. rotate WITH my hip/legs)?? In other words, should there be a twist in my body, or should everything rotate (and only my head face the opponent)? so, when i throw my arm (on the side of the kicking leg) behind my butt, should this actually help keeping my upper body to face forward, or should it just stabilise me as my body turns sideways?? I also don't know when to turn my hip to its fullest extent - right from the start, or just before impact? sorry, hard to explain, might not make much sense.. Please help!!