Exercising increases the volume and capacity of your brain and reduces the risk of cardiovascular problems and even some types of cancer.
Remember that the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends 150 minutes of physical activity per week.
Lie down on the floor, put your hands behind your neck and lift your abdomen. Then focus on your abdomen and do not force your neck to avoid injury.
Lie on your stomach, place your palms on the floor at shoulder height. Lift your body without lifting your buttocks and look straight ahead.
Turn your back to a chair and put your hands on the edge of the seat. Start lifting your body.
Spread your feet out at shoulder level and stretch your arms out. Then lower your body without bending your back. You can also lean against a wall.
Climbing a mountain
Put a bench in front of you, put your foot on it and get on. After you put your two feet up, you come down and start on the other leg.