LAUNDRY
1) 2 sets of 12 squats and laundry basket lifts

Each time you squat, push back your shoulders, push your chest out, and push your butt out too. When you squat, your knees should never past your toes. (This protects your knees) While you squat, lift your laundry basket and raise it slightly above your shoulders.

2) Wall sit

Take your pile of laundry and place it on a table next to the wall. Now stand with your feet shoulder width apart, keep your back straight, and sit against the wall. Keep your legs at a 90 deg angle. Stay in this position till you’re done folding your laundry.

VACUUMMING AND SWEEPING
3) Leg lunges

When you push your vacuum forward, stretch your leg out into a lunge. Hold for five seconds and come back up. Continue this till you’ve completed lunges around the whole house and your floor is clean.

WIPING, POLISHING AND CLEANING SURFACES
4) Work the arm muscles

When cleaning, move your arm in a circular motion. Lock your arm muscles, moving your arm in a controlled, slow circle, working your shoulders and triceps. Do 10 circles clockwise and 10 circles anti-clockwise before moving on to the next spot. 

WASHING DISHES
5) Work your calves

First stand with your feet shoulder width apart with your toes pointing forward. Tip toe and feel the stretch in your calves. Do this 20 times. Turn your toes outside, and tip toe another 20 times.Finally point your toes forward, bend your knee slightly and tip toe another 20 times.Repeat this cycle 2 times.

PICKING UP TOYS OFF THE FLOOR
6) Squats

For the nice round booty, squat instead of bending down every time you pick up a toy.

IRONING
7) Butt squeezes

Stand while you iron, and squeeze your butt cheeks together for 20 seconds.Repeat this throughout your ironing.