Very much depends on how exactly the snowboarder is placed on the board. The location of the centre of gravity and the part of the foot that takes more weight has great importance. Seemingly minor aspects of basic position influence all these things.
The main purpose of the basic position is maximum load of the length of the edge for sure cohesion between the snowboard and the slope at any speeds.
Stand upright with your weight distributed evenly on both legs 50:50 and along the feet. Knees slightly bent, back straight, shoulders back, arms placed freely on hips, chin is looking ahead. Relax, enjoy yourself in balance and comfort. Remember this feeling.
By bending slightly both of your knees you will be able to rotate them smoothly forward to the nose of the board, check the weight distribution 50:50 between your legs. You should rotate your hips by the angle your bindings have. Ideally the parallelism of bindings’ axes should be the same as the parallelism of axes of knees and hips. You likely ask for what?
Exactly those who don’t control the position of their hips have the syndrome of "sticked out butt" Slightly lift your hands from the hips and leave them palms down. Remember the feeling of comfort and balance. If you cannot do it then start over. The problem may be in bindings’ settings, too large or too small distance between them or the angles that you have chosen.