I was experimenting with getting onto my rear yesterday and was curious how you guys get onto your rear. I found everytime I tried to pedal hard into it, my body would have to compensate for the momentum and lean foreward (bars would come to chest before I would be "in position"), before I could lean back and start to hop stationary. And most of the times, I would just get to correct my balance then the front would already be too low and I can't keep it up.... Then, I tried trackstanding, or really low speed and just bunnyhop and land on my rear. More like a Bunny hop and push out the rear. I'de already be in position when I landed, but found at times I wasn't COMPLETLY listed and would be leaning to the side like 4/5 times. But could hop stationary longer than I could with the pedaling up. I noticed with BOTH I had my rear travel like almost to where my front WAS on either situation, so I'de be on the ledge edge with either. I'm just wondering which of the two is the bad habit I should stop...I'm guessing it's the pedal one considering I have to correct balance first. I've watched vids (as there's nobody around to show me) that most of you just kinda lift up the front and start hopping, and no ground is covered. Like you locked the wheel, then leaned back and started hopping....is that the way I should learn, or is that just kinda what it evolves into when you're comfortable doing it and used to doing wedges, etc where you have no available ground to cover?