Inchworms have been called “the best core workout you aren’t doing.” It’s a great warm up, too; plus, it doesn’t require any equipment. To get started, brace your core and hinge forward at the hips. If you have tight hamstrings, you can bend your knees a bit more. Don’t forget to stretch those hamstrings, either. Allow your hands to touch the floor, and take small “steps” with your hands forward until your hands are in front of your head and your shoulders. Keep your core braced, walk your legs back up. Another tip is to widen your stance a bit if you feel like your spine is rounding too much. Throw in a push up to make the inchworm more challenging!