Not really looking for tips, but if you have some cheat codes I'm down.
I tried putting in the Contra code and I didn't give me any more lives while I was on the hill.
On a serious note, I made some good progression last year in my switch riding. The first time I tried last year on an actual mountain (rather than a local sledding hill with shit snow), I just went for it and oddly enough I didn't fall once, nor did I have to revert, and I carved the whole way down. I got a little sketchy at times, but I stuck with it. It was a green run which at the bottom runs into a blue, which was perfect for learning to ride all switch. By the end of the season I could carve pretty well and could switch back and forth without an issue.
What I found odd was that it was easier for me to carve than to do anything else. I tried skidded turns and dynamic skidded turns and they were more difficult for some reason. This season I will work on skidded and dynamic skidded, and try some all blue runs. Who knows, maybe I'll progress to a diamond. I'm going to try powder as well. That should be great because falling is never a problem in pow.
Is anyone else going to be practicing their switch riding this year? My end goal is to be able to ride switch effortlessly down the whole mountain.
p.s. toe-side switch when you're a regular footed rider feels SO damn foreign.