That being said, I've had great success this year as Bio-mechanics Adviser to Cincinnati Bengals' P Kevin Huber, St. Louis Rams' P Donnie Jones and New England Patriots' P Zoltan Mesko.
1) "LETTING" YOUR FEET GET INTO THE GROUND - As he receives the snap, start his rhythm - keeping his steps short and behind him on the approach,
2) WORK YOUR HANDS and FLOAT(STICK) IT - adjusting his drop during his approach and floating it outside his left knee with more urgency (keeping it on the “PRO SIDE”),
3) STAND TALL - by bending at the waist and maintaining his body angle and stable/neutral hips(neutral hips won’t slide),
4) SET IT - setting his leg properly and keeping it set prior to leg snap,
5) GET UP THROUGH IT- integrating his plant leg into the process, pushing off up and through the ball as the kicking leg snaps, and most of all,
6) PATIENCE – WAIT ON IT - waiting on his knee to clear, snapping his lower leg up versus down. On film, he should be snapping his lower leg "up and through" the ball in front of his body vs down/behind his body.