10 easy exercises celebrity trainers say everyone should know how to do at home

Many people think they can't lose weight without access to a fully stocked gym or a pricey trainer. But, there are plenty of exercises you can do right in your own home that will help you get in shape without breaking the bank. As an added bonus, you'll save on travel time since you can just jump out of bed and get started (or crawl out of bed... whatever gets you there).
Many of the workouts featured here rely just on body weight (though a few call for a stability ball or hand weights). Check out these workouts recommended by celebrity trainers, that you can tackle on your own:
1. Mountain climbers
Celebrity trainer Obi Obadike recommends this cardio/strength training combo. Follow the video below to see how to perfectly do this move:
2. Leg-lift holds
Another choice for Obadike is the leg-lift hold. Watch the video below to see how to perfectly do this move:
3. Stability ball prone scissors
Celebrity trainer David Kirsch (he trains Heidi Klum and Naomi Campbell) recommends this tush-strengthening exercise. Watch the video below to see how to do this move:
4. Stability ball ab blast
This is another killer move to do at home. Watch the video below to see how to easily integrate this into your workout:
5. In and out crunch
Famed trainer Tony Horton recommends doing 20 to 30 seconds of the following (for one set). Watch the video below to see how to do this move properly:
6. Tick-tock abs
Once you see this move done (in the video below), you'll know why the best trainers recommend the move.
7. Burpees
Famous fitness trainer Bob Harper is a big fan of burpees (aka the exercise from hell). Follow the video below to see how to properly do this move:
8. T-pushup
Another Bob favorite is the T-pushup. Watch the video below and follow along:
9. Dumbbell shoulder press
Ashley Borden recommends doing dumb bell shoulder presses as part of your routine because this one helps boost metabolism. Follow along the video below to get started:
10. Sumo sidekicks
Target your glutes with the sumo sidekick. The following video will have your back on this one:
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