1. Stairs are awesome for cardio
If you've got stairs in your home, you can get a cardio workout just walking up and down them a few times. Carry around any heavy objects while you do, and you've added weight resistance. It's simple, but effective—especially if you live in a fifth-floor walkup. Plus, if you've got roommates or neighbors, walking up and down the stairs repeatedly might convince them they're seeing a glitch in The Matrix.
2. Use a chair for dips Any chair you've got can be used for dips. Place hands on both front corners of the seat, extend your legs, bend your elbows to lower yourself down, then straighten your arms to raise yourself back up. Dips are great for triceps, and you can even catch up on Netflix while doing it!
3. And for incline push-ups A chair can also be useful to add a twist to your typical push-up. Placing your hands on the seat and extending your legs, you can now perform an incline push-up, lowering your chest to the chair, then raising yourself back up. Unlike our buddy above, you don't need to look like you're whispering secrets to it. But we recommend it.
4. And for decline push-ups Same concept, except this time, your feet are on the chair instead of your hands. By performing multiple types of push-ups, you're blasting all of those chesticles!