That's why you end up straddling it too early. You won't do that if you're more 90. The only way you get off early then is slipping off the side, and you'll adapt to learn how to stay on. and it helps with spins out, especially blindside, if you're completely sideways.
If NS had an anus this thread would be pounding it. -sndyrvr
Hello future me,
I had no expectations for you. So anything you have done is a plus for both of us. Good job! -iAfterBang
I would go into the rail almost parallel with it, and move completely 90 degrees. Also stay perpendicular with the rail, to do that try putting weight on the foot you have in front. You could also try pretzeling. kinda moving your skis into a triangle shape above the rail so your almost acting like a train wheel. Your like hugging the rail with your skis so you dont go off in either direction. Hope that helped.
All of the above are valid tips....but when my boy (who's absolutely filthy in the park) taught me how to jib rails when i came to him with the same problem....he said to leave ur brain at home, pretend like ur skis arent even on, and COMMIT COMMIT COMMIT!!!!! Happy shreddin brotha