Let's break this down, point by point ...
Enloe11 wrote: my confidence is not my problem. I am going to hit the pole has hard as i can everytime and i land safely.
OK, fair enough. To explain this better, I'm not inferring that you lack confidence. I was merely suggesting that no matter how much confidence you may already have, you'll gain even more confidence with the knowledge (confidence) that you're not going to stall out and miss the pit. I suppose you're thinking of the word "confidence" differently that how I'm thinking of it.
And I am saying that you're stalling out. You see that, don't you? You shouldn't be landing so close to the box.
AND, your coach shouldn't be TAPPING you! Why is he tapping you? Is it because you're holding too high, or WHY? In my mind, there's hardly ever a good reason for a coach to tap. I'm strongly against tapping, and that's another topic to be discussed in a separate thread (search PVP for "tapping" - there's lots of discussion posted on this topic already).
Enloe11 wrote: My coach tells me to lead with my chest and drive my left arm up. So this is the way that i have to do it. I'm just trying to figure out how to do it.
I'm not convinced that you HAVE to drive your left arm up, just because you coach says so. On the one hand, I think (and have often recommended) that vaulters should trust their brick-and-mortar coach much more than any cyber-coach (and I still believe this). But on the other hand, if he's tapping you, I question his knowledge of PV coaching. AND if he's telling you to "drive your left arm up", then he had better have some good solutions to why you're stalling out. Some coaches do advise to use the left arm (I'm not one of them). But they can't just tell you that blindly. That advice must come with the full package --- of how to get thru the types of problems you're experiencing now. I believe that your biggest problem right now is that you're driving the bottom arm TOO MUCH!
AND, you wouldn't be asking us for cyber-advice if your coach had a good solution to the problem you've identified and are trying to solve!
Enloe11 wrote: On the topic of my left leg, I have been working on that and it is staying much longer through out the swing and rolling the pole over better, but like i said i need to get my take off better so that my swing is more efficient. I'm a short guy to be a vaulter (5'9) and i'm not the fastest either. But what i lack in those areas i feel like i make up for in strength, because i feel like i am very strong at only 160lbs. I have to run and jump into the plant and be as tall and extended as i possibly can be.
Since you're slow but strong (those were my personal attributes too), driving with the chest, with a long trail leg is a very good technique for you. The more you drive the chest forwards, the more your trail leg will drive backwards (it's one of the Laws of Physics --- every action has an equal and opposite reaction). Just don't pause after that stretch; whip your trail leg down and forwards IMMEDIATELY after your stretch!
Enloe11 wrote: I need to drive my chest, extend arms up, and extend my trail leg back.
I'm not convinced that you NEED to extend your bottom arm up (press). Your top arm, yes. I think the only good reason you have for doing this is to obey your coach.
Enloe11 wrote: My problem is that when i try to drive my arms up i block and it goes to s***. I'm not going to just let off completely with my left arm because if i do that's the first thing my coach notices, and my hips still come under as so.
See previous comment.
Enloe11 wrote: idk how to expain my problem any better than that without getting all kinds of different fixes for stuff that i'm already working on.
You've done a good job of explaining yourself now, much better than in your first post in this thread.
You seem to suggest that you're getting too much advice on things you never asked about. Typically, you need to expect this when you post a vid on PVP. And you need to understand that all the parts of the vault are related --- sometimes more than you first realize. So I wouldn't shun any of the peripheral advice you're been getting ... it's all good!
My final thought is that maybe you should discuss the comments you've been getting here on PVP with your coach, and see what he says? Maybe he will be happy for outside opinions (but maybe not)? You won't know until you honestly discuss it with him.
Remember, you have more at stake in your career than he does.