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I posted this awhile back. Probably should have stuck it on Ski Gabber. The other reason this is a cool way to fix that problem is that you can feel where your foot is on the rail with shoes on. It's just a great way to practice getting your feet set right.
what everyone else has said is right on....pop withboth feet.....wide stance....good speed...commit.....
but also try this....pick something next to the rail...say like the trees along the trail...or another rail...and when you get on make sure you square up and face your shoulders directly at it....so pop look and square up...then look to the end of the rail....this is how most people learn to do rails...at least its how i teach it...and when we get to comfy on rails sometimes we get lazy on this part which can lead to the problem you are having! good luck dude! practice makes perfect!!! keep working at it! you'll get it!
grip with ur tail a little to stay on?
or just dont do full 90 on, do like 80 then let the last 10 finish whil eon the rail so it stops at 90, idk dude you will get it