SPEEDY AND STRONG
Just one minute of push-ups (however many you can do) will help burn calories and build strength.
Using a chair or end table, do 10-15 dips (or one minute, whichever comes first) to strengthen your arms and shoulders.
Sit up tall in your chair, engage your abdominal muscles and slowly lift then lower one leg at a time without moving your torso.
All the benefits of jogging without ever leaving the room. Remember to keep your knees up and continue for one minute.
One minute of this classic exercise will work to improve cardiovascular health.
Walk the dog
Your best friend is also a trainer. Walking for 15 minutes a few times a day will benefit your health.
LIGHT LEG DAY
Just 1 minute of squats can help your mobility and conditioning.
Have a set of stairs in your home? Take those stairs, up and down, for 60 seconds to help with your cardiovascular health.
Walk around for a minute, taking large, deep steps to tone and condition.
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