If you want to get your heart rate up, then this exercise will do that for you. Start out in the push up position with your hands under your shoulders and your legs stretched out behind you. From here, move your right knee in towards your chest, leaving your left leg behind you. After reaching your chest, quickly move the right leg back behind you and repeat the same move with your left leg. Alternate your legs for 15 reps for a good workout.
8. Walking Lunges
Start out standing with your arms at your sides and your feet shoulder-width apart. After this, step forward with your left foot while bending your right knee. Both knees should be bent at 90 degrees and your left knee should not be going over your foot. After this, step up with your right foot and then repeat the process, bending down on your right knee in front of you. Repeat for 20 reps while walking around your house.
9. Hip Bridges
Lie down on the ground on your back and leave your arms rested at your sides. From here, bend your knees, but keep your feet on the floor. Next, raise your hips up so they make a straight line from your knees to your shoulders. Hold this for three seconds before slowly lowering back down. Repeat for 20 reps to get a good workout for your core and entire body.
10. Chair Tummy Exercise
Sit on the very edge of your couch with your hands on the sides of each hip. From here, straighten up your spine and bend your knees so that they reach 90 degrees. Your back will bend while doing this, but make sure you don’t crouch so that it rounds out. Lower your legs and repeat this exercise 20 times.
These workouts will exercise your entire body so you can burn calories while building muscle. In order to do a workout that lasts around 20 minutes, simply alternate between these. For example, you could start with hip bridges and then move onto push-ups and mountain climbers before dancing and doing chair exercises. You can make any routine you like with the part of your body that you want to exercise!