Stand upright with your hands on your hips. Slowly roll your head clockwise in a circular motion using your full range of motion for ten rotations. Repeat going counterclockwise.
Stand or sit upright with your back straight. Reach across your body with your left arm. Use your right hand to lightly pull and stretch the left arm as far and as close to your body as you can and hold. Repeat with other arm.
Stand or sit upright with your back straight. Reach up and behind your neck with your left arm. Use your right hand to lightly pull and stretch your left arm as far as you can and hold. Repeat with other arm.
Stand upright and cross your right foot over your left, keeping your legs straight. Bending at the waist, reach as far down as you can, and hold for 15 seconds. Repeat with other leg.
Stand upright and spread your legs slightly wider than shoulder width, keeping them straight. Bending at the waist, reach as far down as you can to the outside leg and hold. Repeat to the other leg, then reach straight down. Rest between each stretch.
Sit on the floor with both legs extended in front of you, legs together/feet flexed/hands on ankles. Reach forward as far as you can towards your feet, and hold for 15 seconds. Repeat three times.
Sit with legs spread; place both hands on same ankle. Bring chin to knee, keeping the leg straight. Hold for 15 seconds. Repeat three times. Repeat on opposite leg.
Sit on floor, legs straight out at sides. Bend left leg in at knee. Foot of straight leg upright, ankles and toes relaxed. Slowly bend forward from hips toward foot of straight leg until you feel stretch. Do not dip head forward at start of stretch. Hold 10 to 20 seconds. Repeat on other side.
Sit upright with your back straight and legs tucked in. Place soles together, drop knees toward the floor and hold your toes with your hands. Pull your feet in as close as you can to your body. With your elbows, lightly push your knees towards the floor as far as you can and hold. Lean forward bringing chin to feet. Hold for 15 seconds. Repeat three times.
Sit Upright with your back straight and right leg extended. Bend and cross your left leg over your right leg. Place your right forearm on the outside of your left leg, your left hand resting palm down on the floor next to you for balance. Twist your body to the left as far as you can and hold. Repeat to the other side.
Start in squat with your knees open, heels up and hands on the ground in front of you. Put more weight on your left foot and straighten your right out to the side. Don't jam your right knee, keep it slightly soft so you don't hyper-extend the joint. Then switch sides. Stretch each side twice. Hold stretch for 20 seconds and take 5 long, slow breaths.
Sit on the floor, place your palms behind you on the floor, fingers pointing toward your hips. Extend your legs fully in front of you. Breathing freely and slowly, bend your right foot towards you, creating a right angle with the floor. Slowly rotate your foot clockwise for about 10-15 times, then rotate it counterclockwise. Do not allow the knees to move. Repeat twice on the same foot then do the same to your left.
Lie flat on your back with your knees bent and the soles of your feet flat on the floor. Elevate your tailbone about one inch above the floor. Place your hands on your ears. Use your abs to lift the upper half of your body as high as you can, hold the position for a second or two then slowly return to your starting position.
Lie flat on your back with your knees elevated so that your shins are parallel with the floor. Elevate your tailbone about one inch above the floor. Place your hands on your ears. Use your abs to lift the upper half of your body. Once you have lifted your shoulders about thirty degrees off the floor, hold the position for a second or two, then slowly return to the starting position and repeat.
Lie flat on your back with soles of your feet flat on the floor. Place your hands on your ears. Use your abs to raise your upper body forward while lifting your left foot off the floor so that your knee comes towards your head. Touch your knee to its opposite elbow. Hold that position for a second or two with your abs flexed. Slowly lower yourself back to the starting position and repeat the same movements with your right knee and left elbow.
Lie face down on the floor with your back straight and palms on the floor, shoulder width apart, your legs locked, and your toes on the floor with your heels in the air. Begin to lift by pushing your body upward off the floor until your arms are fully extended. Slowly lower yourself until your chest is about an inch from the floor with legs remaining locked. Come to a brief, complete stop before continuing.
Lie on your stomach. Raise yourself up onto your forearms. Tuck your chin in and push yourself up so as to straighten your elbows. Do not use your back muscles to help you up (strictly arm strength). Relax your back in that position. Then lower yourself back onto the floor using only your arms.
Stand upright on your leg. Grab your ankle and pull it back as far as you can towards your buttocks and hold. Repeat with other leg.
Similar to a Bear Walk, get into a reverse press up position then walk around on your hands and feet, excellent for triceps endurance.
Can be performed sitting on the floor or in a standing position; Kick/extend the leg straight out in front or to the side and place/touch back down to the floor, repeat on the other leg.
Stand upright with your feet together, keep your back straight and your head tilted up. Lift with everything remaining still; slowly take a large step forward with one leg, bending both knees. The weight on your back foot should come up on your toes, and the knee on your back leg should come very close but not touch the floor. With the extended leg, thrust yourself back to the start position. The entire lift should be in one fluid motion.