Friday, December 10, 2010

Building your muscles means that you need to work it out to have a satisfactory result. Some people choose to work out their biceps and triceps and some work out their abdomen so that they can have flat chest with very firm and tone abs.

If you want to have a flat chest you need to train the core muscles depending on the crunches and sit ups. However, the number of damages or the incompetence of the workouts shows that several individuals who do crunches and sit ups do not understand how to do it in a proper especially if you are working your abs through sit ups.

Here are some keys about the best way to do sit-ups in the gym or even at your home without any jeopardy and can result in great muscles on your abs.

You need to lie on the floor or on a hard, flat surface and ensure that there is no interruption close to you. Remember that the position is important so you need to be comfortable as you lie. Having yourself comfortable can keep your feet flat on the floor and bend your knees.

The distance of your feet must be similar with the distance of your knees and your hips because this is essential. Since this is quite hard, you may feel a little bit of discomfort when you rest on the back because your muscles relax and you remove the pressure.

It is vital to pay consideration to the position of your hands. If you are only a beginner, it is recommendable to put your hands at the back of your head, softening it with your fingers tied together.

This is a good way to protect your neck because the muscles in your neck must not partake to the moves in any way. Bear in mind that you do not need to pull your neck when you do sit-ups. It may be hard to find out how to do sit-ups with the hands on the side of your body. When your workout is more advanced, you can try this method, but not as for beginner.

Pull your stomach towards your spine to support your sit-ups. Only your shoulder blades must leave the floor but not as high as eight inches. When you rise, it must be slow and must be decline again. This move of rise-lower shows that basis for sit-ups. When performed well, the benefits of this workout become more than visible.

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