If possible, exercise in front of a mirror to control your movements. Repeat each exercise as many times as your strength allows you to. If you don’t over-exercise your body today, you will be able to make a few more repetitions tomorrow.
Stand straight against the wall with your back placed as close as possible to the wall. Make sure that your head, back and legs are precisely adjacent to the wall.
Place a book on top of your head, straighten your arms in front of you and start to walk so that the book does not fall off your head.
Straighten up and place a book on your head, then go ahead lifting your knees high and try to keep the book on your head.
Lie on your stomach on a thick and hard mattress, with your arms placed on the edges. Hold a rolling pin in your hands and pull it forward as far as possible.
Lie on your back on the floor, preferably on the carpet. Legs bend at the knees and place your feet on the ground. Lean on your head and elbows, and then try to lift the shoulder blades. Hold for a few seconds in this position.
Take on a position similar to push-ups, but lean on your elbows (arranged just below the shoulders). This way the weight is distributed evenly. Tighten your abdominal muscles and buttocks at the same time. Hold this position for as many breaths as you can.
Lie on your left side. Now rest your weight on the left elbow (placed just below the shoulder) and the outer edge of the left foot. Keep the right foot in rested on the left one. Keep your entire body straight. Hold for several breaths – as much as you can, without pushing yourself too hard. Then switch sides.
Lie on your left side with the body rested on your left hand (placed right below the shoulder) and the outer edge of the left foot. Raise your right hand to form the letter T. Keep the whole body straight. Hold this position for few seconds and then switch sides.