Upper body rotations:
To do this exercise, start by standing straight with your feet hip-width apart. Next, lift both hands above the head before rotating them to a front diagonal angle and then back behind you as far as possible without straining yourself. Repeat for up to five minutes each day.
Do jumping jacks:
This exercise is also known as the jumping jack and jogging in place. To do this, start by standing straight with your feet together and hands at the side of the body. Next, jump up while extending both arms forward before bringing them back to their original position when doing so again. Keep alternating between jumping and lowering your arms for about five minutes.
Lie flat on your back while extending both arms forward with the palms facing the floor. Next, pull in one leg to touch it with your opposite elbow before switching sides and doing so again for up to five minutes each day.
Leg swings (forward & sideways):
To do this exercise, start by standing straight with your hands at the side of the body. Next, lift one leg behind you while tucking in both arms to touch it before switching sides and doing so again for up to five minutes each day.
Start by leaning forward against a wall with both feet placed 12 inches away from it. Keep your back flat against the wall while balancing on both feet for up to a minute. Then, sit in between your heels and keep going for another two minutes with a break in-between.
Lie flat on your stomach while resting your weight on your forearms and toes before straightening out one leg behind you at hip height without letting it touch the floor. Hold in that position for up to a minute before switching sides and doing so again with each leg twice per day.
To do this exercise, start by lying flat on your stomach while extending both arms forward. Next, lift yourself off the floor using only your lower back muscles until you are resting on them instead of your stomach. Keep going for about a minute before resting and doing so again twice per day.