Our gym has been amazing, they have produced a crossfit home-bound workout using basic household implements and bodyweight exercises. This is broadcasted with video demos on FB and the coaches are available for questions on any type of adaptation/scaling of movements.
They have also allowed members to sign-out equipment to do basic lifting etc
A good idea is no matter what you do, keep it on a timer. As long as you’re keeping a high rate with good quality movement, you’ll be getting good cardiovascular stimulus, strength and coordination.
Every minute on the minute for 20 minutes…
- 15-20 Press-ups
- 45 seconds maximum skipping
- 15-20 Body weight rows (use your dining room table)
- 10-15 Jumps on to a stable platform, like a garden wall, sofa etc
5 rounds of that and you’ll be sweating
After that you can do an online yoga type workout or stretching and flexibility flow, especially for focussing on your hips and upper thoracic which will not get a lot of movement from desk working at home or walking around too much.
Things like handstand/hand balancing and other calisthenic oriented training need virtually no equipment and you’ll really get a great workout.