Just looks like some goat hump, more on your right side, not too bad, some pivot stall. I would try to not push with the right side of the body. Feel like you are banking the right foot over instead of up on the toe. Let the left side lead...would be more of a pulling feeling with the left side from the ground up. When you are approaching the ball in the downswing feel as though your left shoulder is pulling up and behind you (feel like you're pulling the grip off the shaft through the hit). Get a cardboard box and set it outside the target line on the toe of the club. Swing and try to miss the box. If you hit the box before the ball, then it's an over top, outside path shank (a bad player problem). If you hit the box on the target side of the ball, you have swung from the inside correctly (maybe too much) but have not started the path of the club left on the arc soon enough. Pull your left side back to miss the box sooner and tighten the arc. You should be able to look down during a practice swing and see the blur of the arc or curve of the clubhead. Some folks use a 2×4 block, but I would use some cardboard box for safety, cause you're going to hit it. I suspect you're just not swinging the clubhead left enough at the right time. Look at the blur of the clubhead on a practice swing to see if you have an arc similar to this drawing.