Jumping jacks are a great way to get your heart rate up and your muscles ready to work.
Keep your feet about shoulder-width apart and point your toes outward as you stand tall. Keep your weight centered on your heels as you bend your knees and descend your hips toward the floor. Come back to square one and try again.
Put your hands shoulder-width apart and go into a plank stance. Keep your elbows close to your sides as you bend down toward the floor. Repeat by returning to the top position with a strong push.
Take a step forward with one foot, bending your front knee to a 90-degree angle. Maintain an uplifted posture with a straight back. Raise yourself back to the beginning position and switch sides.
Go down on the floor in a push-up posture with your elbows. Stand with your feet hip-width apart and your shoulders back; keep this posture for 30 seconds.
Put your hands shoulder-width apart and go into a plank stance. Raise one knee to your chest and immediately move to the other knee.
Put your feet flat on the floor and your knees bent to lie on your back. Squeeze your glutes as you raise your hips to the ceiling, and then repeat the movement.
From a standing posture, immediately lower yourself into a push-up. To do this move, you must first hop your feet forward to your hands, then stand up.
Finish up with a few easy stretches to help your muscles chill down and avoid discomfort.