They don't take long and can be done anywhere. You can't make excuses for not making time or being inconvenienced this way. Because they combine strength and cardio, floor exercises are great for weight loss.
Start bodyweight squats with feet shoulder-width apart. Hold your arms out in front of you, bend your knees, and hinge your hips back like a chair. Squat until your thighs are level with the floor. Finally, push through your feet to stand. At least 12 reps in three to six sets.
Start lunges with your feet shoulder-width apart and one leg forward in a split stance. Bending your knees allows you to lunge. As you fall, keep your upper body straight and your front knee underneath your toes. Back up by pressing through the front heel. Lunge with your back leg by stepping forward. At least 12 reps in three to six sets.
Burpees begin with feet shoulder-width apart on the floor. Engage your abs and lower into a high plank with your legs behind you and hands behind your shoulders. Pushups include lowering your chest to the floor. hop back up and hop both feet to your hands. Jump explosively and raise both arms over your head. At least 12 reps in three to six sets.
Start pushups in a high plank posture, rolling onto your toes with your legs straight behind you and hands below your shoulders. Bend your elbows to lower your chest. Push up again. Three to six sets of 12 repetitions.
Start the exercise by lying on your back on a gym mat with your knees bent and feet flat. Put your hands behind your head. Lift your shoulders, upper back, and head, bringing your chest toward your legs, engaging your core. Hold this stance for a moment before lowering. Make sure your core helps you rise. At least 12 reps in three to six sets.
Start by standing tall with feet together and arms by your sides. Jump with your feet out and arms overhead. One completed rep requires jumping your feet back in and lowering your arms to the start. You should do three to six sets of 50 jumping jacks, depending on your fitness level.