Hi, I'm Cary Williams, and I'm going to go over some types of floor exercises you can do at home. Now the benefit of all three of these exercises I'm going to show you are core strength. So I'll be showing you three types of exercises, two will be face down and one will be face up and you can knock it all out at home very easily. Okay so you can start and you can have your knees up. If you bring your feet as close to your rear end as possible you also work your hamstrings as well. So your hands are placed out here a little more than shoulder width apart and all I'm going to do is lift my entire body so everything is in an even plane with my head and then as I go down I'm going to try to keep my eyes forward and I go down and back up, just very simple. Now you can always bring your hands in closer and you can come down and it's more of a tricep push-up, just like that. Now, so that's for your upper body but also for the core as I said. So now we're going to be on our back and all we're going to do is place our feet flat down, bent knees, roll back, you can put your hands behind your neck if you like, give you more support but do, when you pull up, make sure you don't pull pull with your hands and you want to keep a good amount of space between your chin and your chest as you come up so your eyes will face the ceiling or the sky if you are outside. And then you're just going to pull up and then back down and when I say pull I mean with your abs. So here and back down and up and back down. So that way of course, you're going to be working your core again.