Be strong. You don’t need weights to do a strength workout. Dumbbells are nice, but you can use your body weight and your furniture (hello inverted table rows—seriously, Google it) to get your muscles working.
Be flexible. Yoga, stretching and massages are some of the O.G. at-home fitness activities. You can find lots of great practices online, or you can just do what feels good for your body that day. Namaste.
Have endurance. If you’ve got a furry running (or walking) buddy, great. But don’t forget about the stationary ways to get your heart pumping: jump rope, jumping jacks, burpees, etc. Break a sweat and feel better.