I see progress in your gestures, and that really is the goal in this. It is a practice that is all about putting in the time and repeating the exercise so that you can see more and do more quickly.
People often talk about the gesture "communicating" the form and pose of the subject, with humans you can get a lot of that communication out of the angle of the hips and shoulders and the tilt of the head. The placement of the hands and feet is also useful, but it is largely defined by the placement of the hips and shoulders.
Showing what foot the weight of the body is on can easily convey where the person is going, or what they are doing. I can clearly see it in some of your recent gestures, and not so much in others. But of course you are working with images of models posing, and sometimes the model is just standing weird.
And if you just want them to immediately look more appealing, here is a great video about using line weight to communicate depth, the tricks are very straightforward and just make things look instantly better. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0zl5NnEAyU
But keep in mind its all about the repetition, training your hand to do what you want, and understanding how things move.
Its looking good, keep it up!