What most says - namely start with a very little rotation, as when you pull the bar you will accelerate your rotation, so most likely will you end up over rotating many times.
Just do a normal jump, but with so little back rotation that you would normally land on your back.
Dont just pull the kite around in one move - this will lead to hazardous hard landings way too often, and very unreliable from jump to jump.
Start by doing a normal jump and let the kite sit around 12 for just a split second (pause), and THEN you pull the rear end of the bar fully.
The pause is not noticeable seen from the outside, but it makes a huge difference and you will be in total control.
Trim the kite down a bit - as it will fly better around if not too high tension on the rear lines, and you will also have much better control in the landing.
I never ever fishpole - it does not make sense to me, as you lose all control over the sheeting (power or AOA) then
If unhooked it is fine as some find it looks cool - but that is another issue, and here you have lost your sheeting control anyway.
The backloop kiteloop is the easiest loop of all, as your landing will be downwind and smooth - and can be one of the most "gracefull if you dont want it to be smack - pow - bam only
And you come out with lines untwisted too
Can be done easily with big kites, I often do it on 12m2 or even bigger when occasionally out on 13/14, and also on a raceboard in super light wind - really fun.
An old video from the winther 2010 where Peer and I are out in drysuits for the first time so very rusty but just enjoying "beeing out there" and have a mellow time - extremely boring to watch I know, was trying an old lower quality kitecam, but you can go to 2:25 and from there you will see 3 backloop kiteloops as seen from the kite.
Very easy to see how the kite and me just flows around in sync the 360 degree - I like to throw them like this when the water is almost ice ha haa
Easy to see on the watertrails up-down how the landing is very downwind thus soft - that comes by itself and this is why the backroll kiteloop is not nearly as hard as just a kiteloop without body rotation.
Maybe it can give you an idea - although it looks soooo different than seen from the ground, where the kite loops fully around and it looks "tough" - but seen from the kite it is ooooh so sweet and gentle, right ?
When you get better, you can go for super high jumps - and wait till at the apex before you loop the kite.
The backroll rotation can be way more difficult then, because you can under or overrotate much easier when up high - but this could be your next goal when the basics are in place Rightguard.
I only added this video back then because it was amazing and odd that a small hail and snowstorm came by for 5 minutes only - and could be heard on the canvas - and then it left againhttp://vimeo.com/10218675