1. Jumping Jacks
This cardiovascular exercise helps to tone up your arms and legs. Stand straight with your feet together and arms on your waist. Jump as high as you can with your hands joining up above your head and feet spread wide apart as you go up and return backs to starting position. Repeat this exercise for a minute.
Squat is a body movement that works on every muscle group of your body. Stand straight with your feet shoulder width apart and lower your body down with your knees bent. Go as lower as you can, hold the movement for a minute and return back to start position. Repeat the exercise for a minute.
Start the exercise in plank position and place your hands firmly on the floor. Keeping your abs flat, engage your glutes and hamstring and lower your body down until your chest grazes the floor. Hold the position for a second and return back to starting position. Repeat the exercise for a minute.
Stand straight on the floor with your palms on your waist and shoulders pushed back. Bring your right leg forward and lower your body to bring your knees at 90 degree angle. Pause and return back to starting position. Follow the exercise in both legs for a minute.