I might even make a ~real~ about me page to put them on.
The equipment: A sturdy coffee table
The trainer: Ashley Smith, a personal trainer in Oklahoma City
The move: Step-ups
Difficulty: Easy to medium
Step your right foot onto the coffee table. Making sure your knee is directly above your ankle, engage your quad, hamstring, and butt muscles to stand up, lifting your left leg up so it taps the table. Step down and repeat on the left side. Do three sets of 12 to 15 repetitions on each leg.
The equipment: Honeydew melon
The trainer: Tom Fabbri, a personal trainer and expert climber who’s currently climbing the world’s seven summits
The move: Seated Russian twist
You’ll use the honeydew melon in place of a weighted medicine ball for this move. Sit on the floor with your knees bent, feet and knees together, heels pressing into the floor, and toes pointing up. Holding the melon in front of your chest, lean back until you can feel your abs start to engage. On an exhale, rotate your torso (shoulders and chest) to one side; on your inhale, come back to center. Repeat on the other side to complete one full repetition. Do 15 reps, working up to 30 (or until your abs are completely fatigued).