The ankles should be slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. While stooping toward the floor, maintain a straight spine.
Each time you want to increase your pulse rate, raise your arms above your head.
Drop onto your forearms while maintaining a straight spine and legs. Hold for one minute.
Beginners should begin with double hops (bounce between each rope leap) and then progress to single hops.
Continue in this manner until each limb has completed 10 lunges. Rest a minute. Go again.
Stand in front, bend your knees, and then push through the earth with both feet as you leap onto the elevated surface.
You will need an exercise band or a long bungee cable for this move.
Attach one end of the band to the doorknob while holding the other end in your hand.
Find a flight of stairs and sprint up and down them as quickly as possible for two minutes.
Attach one end of an exercise band or long elastic cord to the doorknob while holding the other end with one hand.
Raise one foot and position it on the back of the chair's seat.
Initiate a shallow squat/lunge by bending the front knee. Straighten your spine. Three sets of ten, alternating legs.