Squat jumps work legs and heart rate. Start with your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart and your toes pointing outward.
Lower your front thigh to about parallel to the floor using your legs and glutes. Step back and push your right heel." Eight repetitions each leg for 16 total.
Alternating toe touches improve core strength, balance, and flexibility. "Lie on a mat with your legs straight out. Rest your arms on the mat straight above.
This plank variant challenges your core and upper body. Start on all fours on a mat with your hands, elbows, and shoulders stacked.
Skating works your legs and balance and is entertaining. Stand with shoulders-width feet. Jump right, land on your right foot, and let your left leg cross your torso before placing it.
Lowering with bent knees requires a firm core and straight posture. Sit back with your hips. Lower till your thighs are parallel to the floor so your knees don't buckle.
This 10-minute daily routine for fitness ends with a pushup, a traditional chest, shoulder, and triceps exercise.