Not every day is going to feel right for a heavy workout, and that’s perfectly fine. It’s essential to listen to your body and not overwhelm yourself. A lot of people do not give their bodies an active rest day.

If you still want to get some movement in but nothing too strenuous, there’s a significant number of options for you. We sifted through the internet to pull some of our favorite light routines. Try these out when you want some light movement.

Yoga With Adriene’s Yoga For Complete Beginners
Yoga With Adriene is a brilliant resource for yogis across all levels. This particular video is a simple 20-minute beginner routine that will make you feel in tune with your body. Check out this routine if you feel you need a light stretch.

Pamela Reif’s 10 Min Good Morning Workout
What’s great about this routine is that it mixes in a lot of stretching movements into the training. Simple things like adding an arms reach or rotation at the end of a pose will really help extend and open up those muscles. This routinue hits each part of the body at least once briefly.

Vicky Justiz’ Lazy Girl Full Body Workout
The title Lazy Girl Full Body Workout brilliantly tricks you into thinking the routine won’t require much effort. It’s only 7 minutes long, and the first 5 minutes are poses that are done on the floor. It’s a great way to start your day and get the energy flowing.

Popsugar Fitness’ 30-Minute Low-Impact Dance Grooves Workout
Sometimes the best way to get a workout in is to combine it with something you love. For you dancers out there, here’s a 30-minute low-impact routine that will have you sweating while smiling.

Rebecca-Louise’s Full Body 15 Minute Workout With Weights
If you want to add some weights into the mix, this is the perfect routine to start with. It covers basic moves like bicep curls and wide squats that make it easy to follow and ensures you hit each part of the body.

MadFit’s Full Upper Body Workout
Focusing on one part of the body is a great way to still get in a workout that’s not too exhausting overall. Follow along with this 15-minute video to get those arms toned up.