Although I’m not going to disagree with the others here (especially about the foot on the rubber thing) but I do want to note that you’re doing a lot of good things and you’re really into “fine tuning”, I believe.
Having said that, I suggest that you do not turn your front foot to point at the target so early. Keep it sideways as long as you can in your stride, then turn it over only to land, when your core is firing up the rotation.
Your glove hand could be better utilized. I like that it’s turned over, palm down early on (internal rotation) but it should turn back over and come in to the chest area and remain there.
Try these 2 things and see how it goes. Looking good though in most areas.