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7 easy exercises you can do in your living room

Working out is a challenge in every single way. First of all, who has the time? And, how are you supposed to know what to do? Finally, who can afford an expensive gym membership?

We get it. You're basically losing at the fitness game before you even get started. That's why certified personal trainers Anna Victoria and Will Weber are here to help. They stopped by TODAY to share one simple exercise to do each day of the week. They're beginner-friendly and they'll help you work your up to that hour-long spin class.

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Easy exercise moves to help you get fit for spring

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Easy exercise moves to help you get fit for spring

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Are you ready? Watch the video above, and follow along with the descriptions outlined below. One exercise each day — you got this!

Here are more detailed instructions of how to do the moves:

Monday

Box squats: This exercise helps teach you proper squat form by forcing you to squat back onto the platform behind you.

Tuesday

Incline push-ups: This move challenges your upper body and core muscles. It's a great exercise to improve upper-body strength for everyday life.

Wednesday

Kneeling step-ups: This functional movement strengthens the legs and abs, and allows us to maintain hip mobility.

Thursday

Leg pulses: This small movement produces big results! Keep your back flat on the ground and raise your legs up towards the air.

Friday

Anna Victoria

Lying opposite arm toe reach: This exercise helps engage your core without needing to do a traditional sit up, which can cause back or neck pain.

Saturday

Courtesy of Will Weber

Heavy pants row: This is an upper back movement that strengthens the muscles related to posture and helps us strengthen our lower back in a safe way.

Sunday

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The 1 Exercise You Should Do Every Day

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The 1 Exercise You Should Do Every Day

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Push-up downward dog: Start in a high plank position, do a push-up, then push yourself into downward dog position.

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