Here's how lazy this workout is... I'm going to use other people's pictures... way too lazy to take my own.
How to do it: Inner - Lay on your right side and move your right leg slightly in front of your left and pulse up and down, keeping your leg straight and toes facing forward. Switch Sides
Outer - Lay on your right side and move your left leg up and down, keeping your leg straight and toes facing forward. Switch sides.
Why I love these: You can literally do these laying down - you're practically sleeping. And I like feeling like I'm part of an 80's workout video.
How to do it: Starting in a standing position, hold a heavy dumbell at your right side. Balancing on your left leg (don't bend), lean forward (arms straight) until dumbell comes close to ground, then stand back up. I like to think of this as picking up a grocery bag on one leg, then standing up.
Why I love these: They don't feel hard while you're doing them - but you'll definitely feel it in your hamstrings the next day.
How to do it: Lay on your back with your legs in the air at a 90 degree angle. Lift your butt/legs towards the ceiling while pulling your abs in, then lower legs back to 90 degrees.
Why I love these: No neck strain. Still works your abs.
How to do it: Stand with feet shoulder-width apart. Raise up on toes and lower to ground. Hold weights - depending on how lazy you actually are.
Why I love these: Calves are such a small muscle they are rarely sore and you don't get a huge amount of fatigue from working them out.
How to do it: Get on bike. Adjust seat based on your height. Pedal and adjust resistance depending on how lazy you're feeling.
Why I love this: You don't even have to balance. And if you do the one pictured where you're in a seated position, it's really easy to read a magazine while your legs are moving.
How to do it: Really?
Why I love this: Improve your flexibility! I'll totally consider this a workout on my lazy days.
No judgement on your lazy days. Just work harder tomorrow - I won't tell.