Unlike classic paddock stands for front/rear wheel that use different lifting points, this stand uses the same lifting point on the bike (just like a center stand).
So no matter how you position it, the bike will always lean forward on it because of the engine (the center of mass is shifted forward as a result).
The only thing that changes is the position of your body in relation to the bike when you're lifting it, nothing more.
However, this stand is sufficiently close to the balance point of the bike and it only requires a minuscule amount of strength to lift the front end,
after which you can use a wooden block under the header pipes (like I did) or come up with something else and have both wheels up.