Kaylee (age 13 and shown with partner Devin), Annabel (age 10) and twins Pela and Paulina (age 9) are human hotcakes... or that's what our club members call them. They are pairs girls or potential ones. Very petite, but very strong - and perfect for a young man to lift, flip and throw - or something resembling throwing - in freestyle pairs on inline or roller skates. These girls are working hard to become hotcakes.
Inline or roller skating as pairs, on teams or in any skating discipline is a good workout for anyone. But, since any sport-specific skating requires some pre-existing strength, endurance and flexibility, you will need to prepare your body to become a good skater. Skating puts enormous demands on your body and all skating disciplines require endurance, so cardio exercise is needed for stamina. You should not forget to stretch all of your muscles before and after each skating session, so muscles won't get too tight, to increase your range of motion and to prevent any unnecessary muscle damage, too.
Use these balance training exercises to develop more stability for skating. And then take a look at these strength, endurance and flexibility videos to put power and range of motion behind your own balance skills. You may not want to become a roller sports hotcake, but you will help your own roller sports goals.