My stance is natural but I start with my left foot in front pushing with my right rather than starting with my right foot at the back, help?
It doesn't matter, just make sure you can hold your balance on one foot on the board. Just use the foot you don't push with.
Dude that means you don't push mono, that's good
You're meant to push with your back foot at first, don't worry
Try to learn pushing with your left and keeping your right at the back third of the board (of course if your standard not goofy) keeping your foot at the back thirdish of the board will help if you plan to get into downhill/free ride because your back truck is typically tighter than your front
It doesn’t matter what foot you push with whatever makes you comfortable whether you ride goofy (left foot push) or normal (right foot push) you need to practice more and not lean forwards too much that way you’ll get used to both legs good luck my man
As long as you keep you center of gravity low and over your feet you should do fine, just make sure not to lean too far back or forward
This is the correct way
Oh no. Don’t push with your front foot. Proper skating/longboarding is meant to push with your back foot. That’s good.
It’s like a right hand, left hand thing. Both are just as good.