You can build muscle and get your heart pumping anywhere using your own body weight. Sit-ups have a wide range of benefits and in today’s video we will be telling you all about them. So keep watching till the end!
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How to do a proper Sit Up? – 00:27
Things to Keep in mind – 00:39
Strengthens Various Muscles – 2:32
Strengthens your core – 03:31
Improves Your Balance and Stability – 04:14
Improves Your Posture – 04:49
Prevents Injuries – 05:36
Increases Muscle Mass – 06:06
Improves Your Metabolism – 06:31
Better Athletic Performance – 07:09
Improved Flexibility and Range of Motion – 07:48
Better Overall Health – 08:31
How many sit ups should you do every day? – 09:25
1. Strengthens Various Muscles: Contrary to any misconception, sit-ups do not solely work on your abs. In fact, they work out quite a number of muscle groups in your body.
2. Strengthens your core: You know how much core strength is necessary right? If not, then imagine you are standing and your back hurts for no reason and you’re no longer to stand anymore. This is the result of a weak core.
3. Improves Your Balance and Stability: Doing situps everyday can enhance flexibility, ensuring that you are sufficiently elastic and in a better position to perform movements you otherwise couldn’t.
4. Improves your Posture: A good posture not only protects you from injuries, it also ensures your preparedness against dangerous blows. Bad posture is actually detrimental to your health as it can cause misalignment of your spine or neck problems. Improper posture can also easily lead to long-lasting damage to your body as it means that your muscles and bones are not held appropriately.
5. Prevents Injuries: Muscle spasms are considered one of the most painful injuries, but if you have control over your muscles, you can prevent these injuries. Sit-ups let you control the core muscles that are responsible for giving balance in the body, providing flexibility and improving posture.
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