Well Matt, I think you're just progressing as a vaulter. Meaning: you're inverting "decently" (actually decently is not enough), but have yet to be in that position enough to complete a turn. Typically, young vaulters tend to stop at some point in the middle of the vault. Contrary to some, there are NO phases in the vault. There is progressive movement. Considering one has a good approach, plant and take off, inversion should progressively follow. But still, that inversion leads to the turn. As one swings covering the pole with the top hand to the same side hip (top hand right connects to right hip), the hips are thrust up as the hands pull into a quarter turn. The last quarter turn is the top hand pulling through the opposite side shoulder. As it's been put: the turn is on the runway side of the bar. Have you heard the phase: "flagging out"; probably. Last question: does your bottom arm hit the pole? If it does, that is a very good thing because you're getting there. And if it is, you need to realize that you haven't initiated your turn soon enough. Short approach runs with a smaller pole is a good way to improve the turn. Vault safe.