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one thing you can do is keep your feet just a little wider apart for a more stable landing, never more a little wider than hips tho. just be careful when doing that. also, think about how you are tilted forward on a normal, not flat with the horizontal (landing back seat). focus on being backwards just a tad when looking up the landing, even tho this is scary to do at first and will take some getting used to. when you find a comfortable angle im sure you can clean them up alot, instead of practically hitting your face on the snow in front of you
At least for me, the key is to get super comfortable just skiing switch. That way I can focus on getting my feet down parallel and solid instead of being concerned about not being able to ride away or having to snowplow or something
throw the rotation a little bit harder than you normally would and when the rotation is just about done let go of your grab and go into switch bang position. (feet staggered, hands at side) this will slow your rotation and put you in an optimal position for ride away. landing without your feet staggered just leads to hand slapping and messy ride away. staggering your feet gives you a longer platform to adjust for forward/backseat landings.