When riding out of the saddle, you will often have to rock the bike laterally for stability.
My question is: how do most people synchronise this pendulum motion with their pedal stroke?
In which direction and when should the lean be in relation to the moment you push down on one pedal?
Personally, on each stroke I lean the bike on the side of the foot pushing down, but this GCN video seems to demonstrate the opposite: leaning the bike on the side of the foot not pushing down.
More specifically, what I do is I am leaning the away from the 'push down' side just before I push down. At the instant I do push down, the bike inevitably leans towards the push down side, reaching maximum lean when the foot pushing down reaches the bottom of the stroke (which is when the other foot starts the next stroke).