If you think getting in shape is impossible, think again. You can certainly go all out at overpriced fitness classes to achieve your goals, but does one really need all of those exercises to get fit? Here are a few exercises you can try at home. We recommend that you start out small and add on more reps as you get stronger. Throw in a 30 minute run a few times a week and you will be feeling like Wonder Woman in no time at all!

1) Neutral Squats

Place your feet hip width apart.
Keep your feet facing forward.
Keep your chest tall and squat down.
Don’t let your knees go in front of your toes.
Make sure your weight stays in your heels. You should be able to lift up your toes and stay in the same position.

2) Outer Thigh Squats

Place your feet together.
Repeat the motion above.

3) Inner Thigh Squats

Position your feet beyond your shoulders. Go as far as it feels comfortable for your body.
Point your toes outwards.
And then squat!

4) Plank

Place your hands slightly wider than your shoulders.
Squeeze your bum.
Tighten your tummy to work your whole body.
Don’t let your core fall, keep a straight line from your head to your toes.
Look in between your hands.

5) Lunges

Step forward.
Lower your front knee to 90 degrees.
Lunge as low as you can go without letting your back knee touch the floor.
Keep your torso straight and your tummy tight.
Make sure your weight is evenly distributed between your front and back leg.

6) Crunches

Lay down on your back.
Bend your legs and place your feet on the ground so your body is comfortable and stable.
Cross your hands to opposite shoulders, or hold your neck without straining it.
Lift your head and shoulder blades off the ground.
Breath out when you life up, and breath in when you lower.

7) Bridge

Lie on your back.
Bend your knees. Place your feet hip width apart with your toes facing forward.
Push through your heels to lift your hips towards the sky.
Keep your tummy tight to work your abs at the same time.

8) Push-Ups

Your feet should be hip-width apart.
Put your hands under your shoulders.
Your body should be in plank position, keep it in a straight line!
As you lower yourself down open your elbows close to your body.
Don’t let your bum stick up or fall down!