Last week I went back to a local small track where I used to ride about a year ago. Back then I was just clearing the jumps. So I went back and thinking those where big jumps I gave it a full throttle and over-jumped more than half of the jumps! I now feel confident jumping, can land the bike the way I want it (back wheel first for flat landing, tap the back brake to get the front down...) but still not playing with sideways movement. What is the next technique I should learn to be able to ride faster through the jumps? So far from all the threads and videos I've read/seen there seems to be 2 choices: 1) Learn do scrub. I want to try it, but don't feel ready yet. Sometimes when I get a jump out of a turn and the back kicks sideways it scares me and I don't feel in control. 2) Absorb the jump and drag the back brake or something like that. The difficulty seems to be to get the right timing. Any more advice would be very appreciated.