How To Do Sit Ups Guide for Beginners

By Nidhi Singh

1. Core Strength 2. Improved Posture 3. Versatility 4. Muscle Endurance 5. Enhances Functional Fitness 6. Accessible for Beginners 7. Engages Multiple Muscles 8. Boosts Flexibility

Benefits of Doing Sit Ups

– Lie on  your back, ensuring a comfortable surface beneath you. – Bend  your knees, placing your feet flat on the ground, hip-width apart. – Cross  your arms over your chest or position your hands behind your head, but  refrain from pulling on your neck.

Initial Position

– Activate your core muscles. – Elevate your upper body towards your knees, employing your abdominal muscles. – Exhale  during the ascent and inhale as you descend. – Keep your lower back pressed to the mat and avoid straining your neck by  maintaining a straight or slightly forward gaze.

The movement

– Strive for a complete range of motion, reaching up until your elbows or chest      make contact with your knees.

Full Range of Motion

– Execute the exercise in a deliberate, unhurried manner, emphasizing the use of your abdominal muscles over momentum.

Controlled Execution

– Begin with a challenging yet form-preserving number of repetitions. Gradually  increase as your strength builds.


– Allow your body sufficient rest intervals between sets.


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