Remove your front wheels, put on full protective gear. (I don't usually enforce protective gear, so I really do mean it on this occasion.) Then put on your skates.
Ha-ha-ha-ha ... you just fell and I'm laughing at you.
OK, now that I've composed myself, have another go at it. But this time concentrate on *not* grinding the front of your frame into the asphalt and thereby catapulting yourself head over heels.
Ooooh! ... Finding some new muscles, are we? Nasty, eh? It will feel as though these new muscles — in your butt, thighs, lower legs and feet — never stop working. You've probably never really thought about these muscles much before. Well, now you will!
Continue skating for a good 30 minutes, doing all your crossovers and usual stuff. You will find that in order to stay upright and skate successfully you have to keep your weight back on your heels and push out to the side rather than slightly to the back.
When you switch back to your normal setup, you'll find that you have new awareness and ability!
Naomi Grigg in lycra? ... We never thought we'd see the day!