1. Walking – Though it is difficult to walk outside during the winter months, creating a walking course throughout your house can be a good warm up to other workouts and helps get your blood flowing.
2. Jumping Jacks – Jumping Jacks are a great way to get in some good cardio and can be more exciting than most cardiovascular workouts.
3. Pushups – If regular pushups are too difficult, start out on your knees until you gain the chest and arm strength. Start out in small intervals.
4. Leg Lifts – These will help give you a good leg workout while also strengthening your core
5. Crunches – The best exercise for building up and strengthening abdominal muscles. When you’re just getting started, don’t worry about getting your head all the way up. So long as you’re going up until you feel the stretching of the muscles, you will see some benefit.
6. Jogging in Place – Jogging is a great workout for your heart. Anyone can jog in place while watching TV or listening to music. Wearing a good pair of shoes can be helpful to avoid any strains on your feet and back.
7. Squats – Doing air squats can be helpful to strengthening your legs and hips which can lead to helping out the muscles in your back.
8. Light Weight Lifting – Heavy weights from a store are not needed. Using things around the house that are somewhat heavy in weight can be a feasible option to tone muscles and build strength.
9. Step Exercises – Repeatedly stepping back and forth on the staircase can be a useful way to tone leg muscles.