As the economy's tanked, so have our exercise habits: According to a recent Omnibus survey, 25 percent of Americans with gym memberships have cancelled them. But there are ways to stay in shape on little (or no) scrilla. I asked personal trainer Natalie Rado, who works out Allure editors (including me!) at home, for three whole-body moves. Do each three times a week-and bump up the number of reps as you get stronger. (Consult your doctor before starting this or any exercise program.)
1. Cardio Push-up (works the legs, butt, shoulders, back, and core) Squat with your arms bent at waist-level. Shoot your hands above your head like you're shooting a basketball. Bring your hands to the floor and kick back your feet so you're in a push-up position, then do a push-up. Jump your feet back to your hands, and spring up into the next jump. Repeat 10 times.
What you eat before you workout can significantly affect how much fat you burn.
2. Waist Whittler (works the abs, obliques, thighs,