Initial position: Stand straight, feet slightly wider than shoulder width. Lower your shoulders, and pull them back. Reach your arms forward.
Exercise: Gently pull your thighs back, and start bending your knees. When doing sit-ups, make sure your back remains straight, and your shoulders are not raised. 2 sets of 10-15 reps will be enough.
Initial position: Lying on your back, arms along your body.
Exercise: Lift your right leg high, lift your left one off the floor, and hold parallel to it. Then change legs. Do 15 reps on each leg.
Initial position: To do this exercise, you’ll need a low bench or a stout chair. Turn your back to the seat, bend your arms, and put your hands on the seat (your fingertips should point at your back). Legs should be bent.
Exercise: Push yourself away from the seat, straightening your arms. Your body is lifted. Bend your arms, lower your body. Don’t sit down on the floor. Do 2 sets of 10 reps.
Initial position: Stand straight, feet shoulder width apart. Take dumbbells in your hands, but don’t press them to your hips — lower them down, holding them in front of you with slightly bent arms. Slowly lean forward, keeping your back straight.
Exercise: Take a deep breath. From this position, start raising the dumbbells up with both arms simultaneously. Having lifted the dumbbells to shoulder level or slightly higher, exhale, take a small pause, and slowly lower your arms to the initial position. Do 10-12 reps.