This video was made by Simon from Top Tennis Training and was produced in England. One of the things I like about Simon is his ability to reduce technical description into clear steps to follow. Also, as an accomplished player himself he offers a unique perspective.
In this video I personally have enjoyed practicing the relaxed racquet speed of the follow though. The lag and finish of the forehand are becoming keys creating more power and spin.
When I teach the forehand I emphasize the “power forehand ready position” and shoulder rotation as Simon does. From that base and understanding of foot work you can then work on the timing of the lag, hip rotation, contact point, release of hips, and finish.
Look at this amazing video!