There are several Ways that you can become a better switch rider then you ever thought possible.
1 You need to first stop riding with the back foot at zero Degrees move to about three degrees duck out what we mean by ducked out simply that your two feet angle out from each other. This will allow for the movement you need in you back knee so that it is not strained and will drive the board in the proper direction that you want that board to go. The main reason you can't do this set at zero is because zero is for beginners so that they get forced to stop the board from spinning complete circles this is not fun you can also spin be setting the back foot To a degree that you are not ready for just yet.
2 Your back foot should either degrees to start no more then six if you feel you can handle that which is not that bad. The whole point is to gradualy work you way up to anywhere you feel your riding will advance. Some riders are set fifteen front fifteen back or even as much as eighteen on front and eighteen on the back so find what works for you. Be sure to start off slow and you will learn how to control that board like you where born with it attached to your feet.
3 You can either try the switch from dead stop by looking up the mountain on your toe edge. then get up let your head turn to your shoulder. when you head hits shoulder continue that motion with shoulders so that shoulder drops in the line you want. look up and where you would like to go and the board will follow. And never look down because this is where you will spend Your time.
4 If you get comfortable with number three you are ready to switch on the move. When you do this you will be riding normal then start to look over your front shoulder looking up hill just enough to bring that board around.When this happens shift head back down hill and lean onto front Knee you will find a comfortable spot just sit in that stance and control the board. now you are ready to try butters and from there we will talk 180- 360 pops and hops grinds and more.