…and yes, I am making a little fun of you. 😀
I even provided a video.
If the issue you are trying to avoid is the hips turning too soon out of sequence…and/or thrusting toward the ball…which way would you move to avoid this?
At the top of the backswing, the target is center field, thrusting toward the ball is right field….you want your tailbone and zipper to make the initial downswing move to left field.
It’s a subtle first move in transition to keep the hips from thrusting at the ball, turning too quickly and keeping the right hip back for a split second longer to create room for the right elbow.