1. Side Lunge
Start with your weight on the left foot, and the ball of your right foot on a paper plate. Glide the right foot to the side, keeping your left knee above (or slightly behind) the toes. Glide the plate back to the starting position, and repeat 15 times. Switch sides to complete the set.
Start with feet hip width apart, with the right leg on the paper plate. Slowly glide the right leg back, while bending the left knee into lunge position. Make sure the weight of the left foot is in the heel, and keep the knee behind the toes (in a 90 degree angle). Keep the abs tucked in, the torso upright, and glide the right leg back to starting position. Repeat 15 times, then switch sides to complete the set.
3. Back lunge with a twist
Begin with the same exercise as the back lunge. When you reach the lunge position, twist to the same side as the forward leg. (I'm twisting the wrong way in the picture...oops!) So if your front leg is the right leg, twist to the right. Return to center, and repeat the entire lunge/twist sequence 15 times, then switch sides to complete the set.
Begin with your hands on the floor, next to your shoulders, with your elbows at a 90 degree angle, with a paper plate under each hand. On your knees or toes, push your body up, keeping your body in a straight line from the crown of your head to your toes. When you reach the top of the movement, glide your hands in towards each other, until they touch directly under your chest. Bend elbows back down into push up, and repeat. Do 15 repetitions to complete a set.5. Abdominal Curls
With both heels on the paper plate (while lying on your back), with your hands lightly touching the back of your head, crunch up as you glide your heels closer towards your butt. Glide heels back out, lower down (without returning to the floor), then repeat 15 times to complete a set.6. Pike Tucks For Core
Begin in a push up position, with both feet on a paper plate. Using your core muscles, glide your feet toward your hands to tuck into a pike position. Bend your knees, or try the advanced option of pulling straight legs in. Lift your hips. Repeat 15 times to complete a set.