So I've jumped back into mountain biking after a few years without a geared MTB. I'm working on my technical riding, which is something that I never really had down to begin with. Among the many skills that are, um, in progress is riding up switchbacks. I don't have too much of a problem if they're wider, but the narrower the switchback the lower the chance that I find the right line. This is especially true if there's sand along the way. Any tips for weight shifting at a certain time in the turn or anything? Or is this just one more thing that I need to practice until my body just knows what to do?