In his live coaching session, “Improving Your Heelside Turn,” Nev Lapwood from Snowboard Addiction, pointed out that you need to keep your weight on top of your board by bending your knees (like you are sitting on a chair) and lifting up your toes.
In “Improving Your Toeside Turns,” Nav suggested the opposite. You still needed to keep your weight on top of your board by bending your knees and pushing your hips forward. He didn’t mention lifting your heel up or pushing down your toes down. Pushing your hips forward should do it.
In “Improving Your Carving on a Snowboard,” Nav suggested flowing your body into your turns. Using your front hand to point to the direction where you wanted to go.
In “Beginner Snowboard Lesson Pt. 5,” Nav suggested leaning downhill into your front foot instead of backward when riding down steep slopes.
I will keep his suggestions in mind when I snowboard this winter.