That is actually one of the best, most succinct, cliff hucking guides I've seen on this site. One thing that i'd like to add (and I hope I'm not out of place here), is i'm a big fan of the 4 point touch down. A four point touch down is legs slightly bent, hands out in front a la pizza drill, poles vertical. What this does is it puts your hands and usually your body into a good balanced position from which you can stomp the cliff and ski away in control. The biggest mistake I see in people who are cliff hucking is improperly placed hands which drop down or go straight up (or spin around like windmills) which pull the huckster out of balance.
Cliff Jumping 101…..
First you have to figure if you can glide off, or you need to pop off to clear rocks below. Never land in another landing hole and for sure have a view of the run out for speed control
Take off is Key. Can you glide off the edge? Do you have to pop prior to the edge? Speed for cliff jumping is over raided. Most often you don’t need much speed but you rarely can start at a stand still.
Basically keep you feet under your butt, don’t extend them out to early prior to landing. Have your hands out in front where you can see them. DON’T stare at the landing, look slightly beyond the spot your feet are going.
Just before landing extend your feet slightly in front of your hips and have equal pressure on both feet. Then stomp the landing by standing over your feet and initiate a turn immediately for speed control.
You can start small and build up but WHY? Go big or go home!
I notice that in the OP's pictures, their bodies are sort of parallel to the slope of the terrain they are landing on. Is this important to do this and not be straight up?