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THE END OF SIT-UPS?




Having a well-defined midsection with impressive abdominal muscles is the goal for many individuals who work out. Unfortunately, I still see so many people sitting in the matted area of my gym, busting their tails doing sit-up after sit-up, with the expectation of developing a leaner waistline with ripped abs. Sit-ups have also been utilized traditionally to develop the strength and stability of the other core muscles. Since the core is central to the body, a stronger core is able to transfer force more efficiently throughout the body during exercise, supporting greater strength production and lean muscle. Furthermore, the core’s muscles are activated while performing many different athletic movements— meaning a stronger core also enhances performance on the athletic field, representing one more reason to want a stronger core.
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