This video is the third in a series of progressive stand up challenges, where I cover regressions and progressions to be able to do various bodyweight movements.
This video covers some possibilities with the basic burpee.
Standard: Burpee. Squat down, jump the legs back to bottom of a pushup position. Then jump legs back and stand up.
Regression: Instead of jumping the legs back and forth, you can step them forward and back as needed. Makes the move less explosive, but is easier.
Progression 1: Go as fast as possible and into a run or sprint.
Progression 2: Add a full pushup.
Progression 3: Add a one arm pushup.
This is not to say this is all the possible progressions with a burpee. There are many more, but this gives a few ideas on how you can work with this stand up pattern.