If you have 10 minutes in the morning (or even if you don’t), these quick exercises put together by Parenting Magazine can put you on the road to a healthier and stronger body.

You don’t need a gym or fancy equipment, all you need are sneakers, workout clothes and a chair. See if you can get all the way through this sequence four or five days a week:

Quick 2 minute walk: Walk fast enough that you are putting forth some serious effort, but slow enough that you can still speak and not be completely out of breath. You can walk around your house, or around the block. Want to make these two minutes more intense? Pick up two Tampico gallon jugs in each hand, and lift them as you walk. No need for fancy weights. Hint: even more fun with a friend!

Chair Dips: Sit on the edge of your chair with your feet together. Place your hands on the seat on either side of your thighs and keep your feet flat on the floor. Bend your elbows 90 degrees and lower yourself toward the floor. Straighten your arms, raising your body back to the start position. Repeat 5 times.

Chair Squats: Stand in front of chair, feet hip-distance apart, toes forward. Lean chest slightly forward. Bend knees, tap (don't sit!) bottom on chair, then stand up. Keep your weight in your heels and keep knees over toes. Repeat 5 times.

Modified Push-Ups: Get down on all fours, knees together. Walk hands out and lift feet; move hands slightly wider than chest. Head, neck, back and butt should be in alignment. Keeping your abs tight, bend elbows and lower chest toward the floor. Press back up. Repeat 5 times.