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Try this full-body workout (all you need is a chair!)

by Chrysten Crockett / / Source: TODAY

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Whether you live in a four-bedroom house or a tiny apartment, odds are you have a sturdy chair somewhere. Well, it's time to put that chair to good use and use it for a full-body workout that you can do in your living room!

Here are three exercises that will work your entire body in no time. Perform each move 15 times, then repeat the entire circuit three to four times for a full-body workout.

Watch the video below for clear instructions on how to do each exercise, or read the descriptions below.

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1. Jump squat

Start with your butt seated on the edge of a chair, this will help you perfect your squat form. When you're ready, straighten your legs and jump up off of the chair. Then return to your squat position, with your butt on the edge of the chair. Perform 15 repetitions before moving onto the next exercise.

2. Chair dip

This exercise will target your shoulders, triceps and core. Start with your back to the chair and your hands on the edge, shoulder-width apart. Lower yourself down to the ground and as you come up, squeeze your triceps. Repeat 15 times.

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3. Step ups

Place the chair in front of you, and step up with your right leg and then the left leg. Lower yourself to the ground by dropping your right leg first, then the left leg. The next repetition should start with the left leg. Pick up your speed as you get the hang of the exercise. Continue alternating legs for 15 repetitions.

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