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Y Fit - Sit-up Tutorial

02 Jun 2020 - Y Fit

Make sure you are doing it right! 

When completing a workout, it is important that you perform exercises correctly to ensure you can maximise the impact it will have on your body and fitness.

We have enlisted the help of Y Fitness Trainer, Jack to help us learn the correct way to perform a sit-up.

This exercise is a great way to improve your core strength and it can also help with strengthening your diaphragm. Looking to work on your posture, balance and stability.. a sit-up is perfect for getting your body to work the way you want it to! 

Make sure you follow along and let's get your form into shape! 

Common Mistake: Do not use momentum to complete this exercise, instead we want to squeeze your vertebrae up off the floor and slowly control your movement on the way down. 

The below video explains the correct way to perform this exercise. 

#theYathome Activity Disclaimer

All participants must ensure they have a clear area to perform all skills and activities prior to commencing the activity.  All child related activities must be conducted under parental supervision. 

You are responsible for you exercising within your limits. Only perform exercises and skills and repetitions that you are currently capable of performing. If you do not do it at the gym or in your regular Y program, do not attempt to do it at home. 

Do not attempt skills, exercises or activities displayed if you currently sustain any injuries or illness that excludes you from physical activity. If at any time you feel you are exercising beyond your current fitness abilities, or you feel discomfort, pain, dizziness or nausea, you should discontinue exercising immediately and seek medical assistance/advice where necessary.

To the extent permitted by law, The Y and its affiliates disclaim any and all liability in connection with the exercises in this video/post and any instructions and advice provided.

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