Also 5 step work I like to see a little more of a charge at the hurdle as proper projection angles at takeoff set up the trail (it’s a takeoff leg before it’s a trail leg). You also seem to be a little bit of premature chest leaner which will cause you to get casty and also cutoff takeoff a bit (lose speed at takeoff and disrupts timing of takeoff to trail which causes rotational and speed issues off the hurdle. Lean comes from the ground and the penetrating takeoff and then you get good bend from the hips (stabbing out and down will help with that bend at the hip). Work on driving at hurdles with good posture with the lean coming from the takeoff then stabbing down and sweeping away. Manipulate spacings where you feel like you can attack the takeoffs and finish the trail aggressively to work on the interplay with lead arm and legs.