You don’t have to get an expensive gym membership or invest in an expensive piece of workout equipment to lose weight and get in shape. Here are 10 great workouts you can do at home without spending a lot of money:

Stick Ups
You’ll burn calories and build your back muscles if you lean your back against a wall, put your feet six inches from the baseboard, then slide your arms above your head (keeping your wrists and shoulders flat against the wall).

Push Ups
Lie flat on your belly, put your hands by your shoulders and push yourself up.

T Push Ups
This variation of the standard push up will build muscles in your shoulders and chest as well as strengthen your core. All you do is a push up with an arm lift added when you’re at your highest point.

V Roll
Talk about a calorie-burning, core-strength-building mega-workout that’s simple. Lie flat on your back with your arms extended above your head—then roll yourself into a “V” and hold it for a second.

V Roll Exercise

Shoulder-Press Push Up
This is a super workout for tightening your triceps. Put your feet on a sturdy chair and lift your buttocks into the air. Then do an inverted push up.

One-Leg Deadlift
This little beauty will build core strength and help improve your balance. Stand with your feet a little more than shoulder-length apart. Then slowly lean forward (while raising one leg behind you) until you are parallel with the floor. Repeat as many times as you can.

Planks are all about core strength. They’re push up without going up and down. Stay up and stay strong.

Step Ups
Professional athletes know the leg-tightening powers of step ups. All you have to do is put one leg up on a chair—and then step up.

Pull Ups
Just like the name implies: You grab ahold of something study above your head and pull yourself up. Don’t worry if you can’t make it all the way up right away.

Bodyweight Squats
This is a total-body workout. Lace your fingers behind your head and squat.