AlsoKnownAsdont throw it, float into it. hang your legs and arch your back. stare at the landing as soon as you see it. I prefer to set up to under rotate slightly then snap my legs back.
its really all about how you leave the lip. get a feel for the jump, the lip and the airtime and try to throw it matching that. it feels very similar to the trampoline after youre in the air
I think that might help because on the trampoline I really do float it more than I huck it I'm definetly going to try that. Also I think I should start the rotation earlier than I am because ive been comparing a video of mine to one that is layed out and there is a difference, the one that is laid out is started much later in the air than mine is.