This may be the most awkward position on our list, but you'll likely be so focused on not face planting that you'll forget about your high-flying booty.
Why you should do it: This challenging twist on the classic pushup strengthens your chest, shoulders, back, core, and arms while also improving your balance and coordination.
How to do it: Start in a downward dog position with hands and feet on the floor and hips up so that your body makes an upside down "V." Lower your chest down and forward in between your hands, lightly brushing the floor. As you swoop up with your head and chest, bring hips down through your hands until you're in upward-facing dog. From here, you can either use your core muscles to lift your hips and push back into the original position, or you can reverse the "dive bomber" motion and swoop back through.