Giorgio Rossi/Shutterstock “My favorite exercise to do in front of the TV is rebounding,” says Tosca Reno, founder of the Eat Clean Revolution. “This involves jumping on a small trampoline, alternating small jumps from center to side to side and moving your arms however you like to the rhythm of your bounces while working up a sweat.” Make sure to keep your back and shoulders straight to avoid lower back pains and strains. “The benefits of rebounding include boosting the immune system, firing up the cardiovascular system, increasing balance and coordination, lowering resting heart rate, improving lymphatic drainage and so much more.”
Elena11/Shutterstock Planks, which work out your core along with your entire body, are easy to sneak in during the credits of your favorite show. Place your hands directly under your shoulders, keep your spine straight and look at the floor directly in front of you. (If this is too tough, try in on your elbows.) Hold for 15 to 20 seconds for three to five sets, gradually working up to holding the plank for three minutes. Here are seven plank upgrades for a lean and toned body.