Okay, so when i first started like two years i ago, my friend who also had just started setup all my bindings and everything. yes i know that was a bad idea. anyways, he had my setup had the bindings to close together and like both positive degrees for bindings. but this year i got my new rome board and bindings and setup everything how i liked it, widened my stance and put my bindings ina duct position. and this year i know i have gotten better obviously, but i feel my riding stlye is super sloppy. like when i hit just 10 - 15 foot kickers i like flail my arms everywhere and with carving i still hold my like right arm straight out for some reason. then with boxes and rails i hold my arms just straight out completely. this could or couldnt be from my previous setup but im just looking for pointers thatll help my get a better riding style, especially stop flailing my arms around.
(just because I have a lot to say about everything)
Just keep hitting them jumpers and boxes over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. It takes understating and balance. The understanding aspect is what will make you look better, once you completely understand how a feature feels, then you will approach the feature with a "no big deal" attitude and float across it without flailing your arms. The balance part will make you significantly more consistent.
With carving, take a couple runs squatting as far down as you can while trying to aggressively turn (not carve) then take a couple runs standing straight up as tall as you can while trying to aggressively turn...then try carving and keep your elbows slightly bent, you will be like "WOW". You will have beautiful carving form afterwards because your legs will understand how to properly distribute pressure without the use of your arms. Therefore, they can be peacefully kept to your side.
I understand jumps to the point where if I know that I'm overshooting, then I can tuck into a solid ball and extend my knees at the right time to schock the force. And to where if I know that I'm rotating when I should be straight airing, That I hold very still and loose, and make sure to track my board to point downhill even though I am looking to the side because my shoulders are rotated behind me. (if that makes any sense)
It takes a lot of practice. 2 years isnt the time to develop style, its to just have fun and watch awesome snowboard videos to get psyched to have more fun.