"Squats improve lower body strength, balance, and mobility," PureGym advises placing both feet shoulder-width or hip-width apart. Point your toes slightly. Bend your knees and hinge your hips to squat until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
"Pushups help maintain upper body pressing strength as well as core stability," Read says. In order to make this exercise easier, feel free to plant both hands on a wall.
MasterClass recommends starting this core-strengthening exercise on all fours on a yoga mat with your hands aligned with your shoulders. Tuck your chin and activate your core as you slowly extend your left arm and right leg.
The dead bug is the final move, which Joan Pagano Fitness says is "safe and beneficial" for spine osteoporosis patients. It's a "safe" alternative to sit-ups and crunches.
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