Strap in on the chair on infront of the chair
When you talk about riding are you talking about the last 10 feet when you follow the chair and wait for the next?
-Practice this side stepping on regular ground -Left foot slides , pick up right food and bring to left foot- repeat.
-Now do the same thing step with left , but bring your right foot to your left heel(the step or kick) If you hold your right foot up and you don't fall over, you are balanced. Now on the next step bring the right foot even with your left foot ( on the board), now repeat
This will teach you how to balance on that left foot and the amount of bending at knees is necessary. Start with just your right foot parallel to your left, when you get better, your right foot can got perpendicualar when you bring it to your left heel, and your can get a hard push.
Or you are like my niece, rides goofy and skates in the lift line regular, makes getting of the lift an automatic fall, what do you tell a know it all kid
If this is the case , it wont matter because you are strap in on the lift and you can ride right off the lift.
This is why this old man rides the Cinch too I don't have the flexibility to reach my toes. The contrand were also pretty easy, it is the traditional toe stap that I don't want to deal with on the lift. The upper buckles doesn't piviot like other staps, so you can do it one handed and feed the ladder through.