Aim: Building up muscle in legs.
Groups of 2: One skater is the pusher, one the person being pushed. The person being pushed faces the pusher and when pushed would be moving backwards around the track, with one toestop up. The pusher then pushes the other person around the track. It is important they push using the flats of their feet only and not their toestops as this makes it harder, allowing a build up of muscle. If the pusher is finding it too easy the person being pushed should put up two toestops. Everyone should swap several times, giving them a chance for their muscles to rest up before working them again.
If it is still too easy, get everyone into groups of three rather than two, so the pusher has two people to push around the track.
The first part of this drill was designed by Professor Killa Hertz of Surrey Jammerwockies - I added the 3 group extension it to make it harder by ramping up the resistance.