FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --To stay consistent exercising at home can always be helpful. Start a routine with a mat using your own body weight as resistance.
One of the best staple exercises I like to use is a push-up; you can do a modified push-up if you are not ready for a full push-up. Start at your own pace; do not go too low at first. You could always go lower as you get stronger; this is a fabulous core exercise.
The next exercise is a crunch. Make sure you support your neck; press your lower back into the mat as you come up. Breathe out as you come up; hold the crunch and contract your abs for 20 seconds and rest.
The next exercise works your core and hamstrings. Lie down on your back, knees bent and put one leg up in the air. Keep your shoulders flat on the mat; lift your buns about 1 inch off the ground keeping your body straight and tighten your core; hold for 20 seconds and rest. You will feel this in your legs and abs.
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