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  • Push ups ? 3 sets of 10
  • Pull ups ? 3 Sets of 10
  • One Leg-Squat ? 2 sets of 8 each leg
  • Tuck Jump ? 2 Sets of 15
  • Wall Sit ? 1 set as long as you can
  • Crunches ? 2 sets of 25
  • Supermans ? 2 sets of 10
  • Reverse Crunch ? 2 sets of 10
  • Squat-Thrusts ? 2 sets of 8
  • Jumping Jacks ? 2 sets of 30
  • Mountain Climbers ? 2 sets of 50
  • Push-up to One arm Plank ? 2 sets of 6 each side
  • Plank ? 1 set hold to failure

One-Leg Squat
Stand on one leg and hold it as long as you can. If this is too easy, add a slight squat motion. Still too easy? Place an object on the floor, several feet in front of you (a book, perhaps), and slowly squat down, and reach out with one arm and touch the object and slowly return to an upright position. Stay on one leg at all times. Repeat on the other leg after a minute or so.Wall Sit
With your back against a wall, and your feet about 2 feet away from the wall, slide down until your knees are at a 90 degree angle. Hold the position as long as you can.

Lie on your stomach with your arms and legs stretched out. Raise your arms and legs off the ground a few inches, hold a few seconds, and then lower. Alternate arms and legs as an option. Repeat.