Start with light cardio, such as jumping jacks, high knees, or a brisk walk, to increase blood flow and prepare your muscles for exercise.
Engage your lower body with squats. Keep your feet shoulder-width apart, squat down as if sitting back into a chair, then return to the starting position.
Strengthen your upper body by incorporating push-ups. Modify the intensity based on your fitness level, choosing between full push-ups, knee push-ups, or incline push-ups.
Work on your core stability with a plank. Maintain a straight line from head to heels, engaging your abs. Hold for as long as you can with proper form.
Elevate your heart rate with a jump rope session. It's an excellent cardiovascular exercise that also enhances coordination.
Target your legs and glutes with lunges. Take a step forward with one foot, lowering your hips until both knees are bent at a 90-degree angle, then return to the starting position.
Strengthen the triceps by using a sturdy chair or bench. Lower your body by bending your elbows, then push back up.
Incorporate short bursts of high-intensity exercises like burpees, mountain climbers, or squat jumps, followed by brief periods of rest.
Allow your heart rate to gradually decrease by engaging in light cardio like walking in place. Follow this with stretches targeting major muscle groups, holding each stretch for 15-30 seconds.