1. Basic warm-ups like stretching, jumping, etc. can be done for activeness of your full body .
push-ups is an effective upper body and strength training. The pushup is an exercise that works on almost every part of your upper body. You don't need any equipment or a gym membership. The pushup uses the body weight working against gravity to strengthen muscles. A woman who does push-ups can strengthen her chest, firm and tone her arms and stabilize her core, or abdominal, muscles. Your legs and buttocks will also grow stronger and leaner. Women have less upper body strength and muscle mass than men. Pushups strengthen a woman's forearms, the biceps and those hard-to-tone triceps on the back of the arms. The chest muscles are also strengthened for a more firm breast area.
3. Pull-ups: -
Pull-up training develops your lats, upper back, shoulders, and arms, but they also light up your abs to a really surprising degree. Those are all great benefits for both men and women, but having a strong upper back is especially important for women to help support the weight of our breasts.
4. Reverse Crunches: -
strengthens and tones your lower abs muscles. The reverse crunch specifically targets the lower region of the abdominals, a trouble area for men and women alike, as well as the external oblique’s, the muscles on the sides of your tummy that are responsible for pulling the muscles in. This is a power combo that contributes to the appearance of flat abs faster , if you simply completed the traditional crunch. The reverse crunch has also been known to help correct posture problems.
5. Crunches: -
Performing crunches don’t require any of fancy gym equipment. All you need is some space and a will to stay fit. It strengthens abdominal muscle and core muscle. It burns your calories .
6. Twister: -
Twister helps you to burn your side fat, a toned belly. Twisting is the most effective exercise to lengthen, strengthen, detox and tone your entire body.
7. Plank: -
Plank helps to have a toned belly. Planking will help build your deep inner core muscles that lay the groundwork for that six-pack look, Reduce Back Pain, Flexibility, Improve Your Mood, Improve Your Balance and Posture.
8. Squats: -
Increase Entire Body Strength & Muscle, Burn Fat, Improve Circulation, Get Rid of Cellulite, Increase Flexibility & Prevent Injuries, Better Posture, Build Core Strength, Tone Your Abs, Legs and Butt.
9. Jump squats: -
Jump squats help tone the calves, glutes, hamstrings, core, and quadriceps. Lift a pair of dumbbells and keep at the sides, with the knuckles facing away from your body. Lower your body as much as you can by squatting down. Bend your knees and assume the position of sitting on a chair.
10. Lunges: -
Lunges target the quadriceps, but involve additional muscles, including the glutes, hamstrings, calves and core muscles, making them an important exercise for toning the lower body. They are also back-friendly, because of the need to keep your back straight and your chest lifted, so you have little risk of back strain.