- Core strength. Core strength is one of the biggest motivators for doing situps.
- Improved muscle mass. Situps build muscle strength in the abdominal and hip muscles.
- Athletic performance.
- Better balance and stability.
- Increased flexibility.
- Improved posture.
- Reduced risk of back pain and injury.
- Diaphragm strengthening.
Is sit-up good for flat tummy?
Q: Will sit ups reduce your abdominal fat? A: No. Sit ups are great for tightening your core. They strengthen and tone your rectus abdominus, transverse abdominus and oblique abdominal muscles as well as your neck muscles.
How should a beginner sit-up?
- Lie down on your back, with your feet on the floor, knees bent.
- Place your hands on either side of your head in a comfortable position.
- Bend your hips and waist to raise your body off the ground.
- Lower your body back to the ground into the starting position.
What will 30 sit-ups a day do?
Thirty sit-ups will get you flat abs, as long as you combine them with other exercises like crunches, leg-lifts and planks.