A regular brisk walk is low-impact and great workout. Daily brisk walking for 30 minutes burns calories and improves cardiovascular health.
This basic, full-body exercise raises your heart rate and improves coordination. Jump jacks for 1-2 minutes.
Bodyweight squats strengthen legs and lower body. Start with 10-15 reps and increase as you strengthen.
Push-ups work the upper body and core. If needed, start with modified knee push-ups and do 10-15 reps.
Great for core strength. Plank for 30 seconds to 1 minute or more, progressively increasing time.
Mountain climbers are wonderful for core and heart rate work. Do them for 1-2 minutes.
Bicycle crunches are a highly effective abdominal exercise. Target 10-15 repetitions per side.
Lunges tone legs and glutes. Add small weights to 10-15 lunges each leg as you progress.
Lie facedown with arms extended. Engage your lower back to lift your arms, chest, and legs. Hold and repeat 10-15 seconds.
Lay on your back with your hands under your hips for leg raises. Straighten your legs and lower them. Try 10-15 repetitions.
Stand still and alternately elevate your knees as high as possible while jogging. Do this for 1-2 minutes to raise your heart rate.