Question for all:
The beaches I surf tend to have fairly short period waves. I have turtling down, but it always seems like I'm not able to get back on my board as fast as I'd like and I waste a lot of valuable paddling time just getting back on the board. So it's usually more effective for me to do the push-up method and let the waves pass between me and the board. But of course, this only works on very small waves.
Most of the turtling discussions I've encountered on the web are pretty brief on how to get back on the board after the wave passes. I've tried rolling back over the same way I came and trying to stay on the board, but that seems physically impossible (for me at least). Any tips?