With your feet hip-width apart and shoulders back, squat down as though you were about to sit on a seat. Keep your arms folded out in front to stay balanced. Hold and return to a starting position (make sure your knees are soft at all times). Repeat 10 times, building up to five sets of 10 repetitions over time.
TIP: Squat deeper for a better workout.
Lying on your back, raise your knees so they form a right angle. Place your hands behind your head and raise your upper body so your shoulders are off the ground. Lower and repeat 10 times.
Lay on your left side with your head resting on your left arm. With your core switched on, raise your right leg so that it is at a 45-degree angle. Lower and repeat 10 times. Switch to your right side and repeat.
Kneel on a mat and walk your hands forward so they are in line with your shoulders. Lower your upper body so your chest is about 10cm from the ground. Push up to a starting position. Repeat 10 times.
Start in the same position as the Ab Crunch (above). Raise your upper body so your shoulders are just off the ground. Twist your upper body to the left before lowering to the ground. Repeat 5 times and swap sides.
From a standing position, take a step forward and lower your body until your back knee almost touches the floor. Using your front leg, push back up to starting position. Repeat 10 times with each leg.
Lay on your left side with your head resting on your left arm. With your core switched on, raise your right leg so that it is in line with your hips. Lower and repeat 10 times. Switch to your right side and repeat.
Lay face down on a mat and place your elbows underneath your chest. Move into a bridge position – make sure you rest on your elbows and toes and keep a flat back. Hold for 20 seconds.
TIP: Keep your core switched on so your hips don’t sag towards the mat.