It can be really hard to physically get up and try to exercise, especially when school and work can be overwhelming and we're stuck at home. I always worked best and felt more productive when I broke things down into smaller chunks. Longer time frames (and tasks that seemed like they would take a long time to do) would scare me, so I started breaking things down so it would be less overwhelming and more exciting to do. I do the same for workouts, especially now since we are homebound.
It was hard to attribute an hour or so a day to physical activity so I began to break it down and only start with 45 minutes a day and do it about three times a week. The 45 minutes would then be broken down into three 15-minute intervals throughout the day so it can be a nice escape from school and work. One of those intervals is for a core workout and it has a great long-term impact. The core workout consists of:
15 toe taps
20 cycling crunches
10 leg raises
10 single leg raises
12 glute bridges
Repeat this set 2-3 times, depending on how you're feeling.
This is a great way to start adding some physical activity to your daily routine and something that could help you move to more complex workouts!