I am in back seat when I make toe side turn. On un-groomed steep, I usually jet out. Now I compensate it by sliding board edge while turning to scraping off speed. This helps me reduce speed greatly and it hides the problem.
Another symptom is my legs become fully extended. My toe side turn slide down the hill far faster than heel side turn. I always end up trying to catch up when this happen.
I did not use to think I was in back seat. I have similar problem with skiing. Now I have identified this problem and learn ways to improve it. I realize I am in back seat while riding. When I tried to keep my feet flexed, I slide down the hill very quickly. This goes back to why my feet end up fully extended. Different edge angles, upper body orientation do not make much difference. I made several attempt to force myself in front by putting my hand on the front knee all the time. I am not comfortable with this maneuver because I caught edges a few times so I give up.
Any suggestions are appreciated.