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Wish your waist well with this abdomen-focused routine! (have to look up half these exercises...)

Wow, wish I'd do this! Windmill Toe-Touches This is also known as an alternate toe touch, but either way it will help you get rid of your muffin top. Stand with your feet shoulder …

7 minutes HIIT workout, do every exercise 30 seconds with 2 to 3 session and interval rest for 10 seconds

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9. Leg Raises lie flat on your back with your arms at your sides. Lift both legs off the ground, keeping them straight, about 6 inches off the ground. …

The focus on building back and shoulder muscles is often lost in the hyper focus on leg speed and strength, but after years of hard contact & speed skating stance, you'll need them to be strong to keep neck, shoulder, and back injuries at bay. Back pain during endurance drills is because the muscles are *over stretched* due to good derby form. Make them strong, and the pain will stop. :D // Derby

Sides....wait, I thought you can't do "spot treatments?" Either way, I'm pinning.

P.S. Read an article today about nitrates in foods reducing oxygen expenditure in exercise which lets you work longer at your max. Spinach and beets have a lot of nitrates. If you were curious.