How to: If you're a runner, you should definitely be adding skaters to your routine, Earnest says. "This cardio exercise helps strengthen your legs and knees, and improves stability and balance," Earnest notes. To do this one, stand with your feet hip-width apart. Then, shift your weight onto one leg and use it to laterally jump toward the other side, landing on the opposite foot. Visually, you'll look like you're skating. (Hence, the name.)

Why it rocks: This move helps runners stay quick and agile while also strengthening knee stability.

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