Last time I did any jumping I was on my brothers predator 500 ad almost did an endo. Hit the front tires first, I have no idea how I kept myself from going over the handlebars, ripped all of the stickers off the gas tank with my knees and bruised my chest up (you could see an outline of the handlbars.
nice, but keep the throttle constant/increasing or you're going to endo man. You came down front first because of that throttle blipping you did going up. You ideally want constant throttle and then a slight gradual increase as you go up the jump. Endos are from letting off the throttle. I learned to jump as a stupid little kid that did whatever my uncles told me. They always said punch it right as you start to launch. That was back when big ATV were 350s. If you punch these you'll be front up more than you want. But practice constant throttle with a slight push at the very end as your front gets ready to lift off.