On days when it feels like a drag to drag yourself out of bed, you can still get in some exercise. Pick one (or a few) of these moves to sneak in a little toning when you wake up or before you conk out. Bonus: "The softer surface of a mattress forces your muscles to work harder for stability and balance," says Pilates instructor Kristi Anderson, who designed the moves. Consider this your 100% doable—and effective—fitness pajama party.More
Lie on your left side with your left arm tucked behind your head and your right hand on the mattress. Your legs should be bent at a 45-degree angle. Keeping your feet together, lift your right knee as high as you can without letting your hips move, then lower back down; that's 1 rep. Do a total of 15 reps, then repeat on your right side
A. Lie on your stomach, holding a pillow behind you, as shown.
B. Lift your chest and head while pressing down with your legs. Hold for 1 breath, then lower your head to the mattress, returning to the starting position. That's 1 rep. Repeat for a total of 10 reps.