Inversion Table Exercise – Sit Ups

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Sit-Ups are a great way to increase the core strength of your central abdominal area. If you already consider yourself an advanced core strength builder, you can attempt to try weighted sit ups which put a lot more strain on your abdominal area.

Many people are still under the misconception that inversion tables are devices for simple relaxation and rejuvenation.

This is no longer the case, as Teeter Inversion Tables, for example, come with technology that actively promotes regularly working out. There is no “best time of the day” to perform sit ups.

For many of my clients, they prefer to perform their workout during the morning. A morning workout will give you a chance to release the tension in your muscles after a good nights sleep.

While performing your inverted sit ups, it may be a good idea to have a go at inverted squats too. Squats are a great way to compliment your sit up workout by providing an added workout to your leg muscles and stomach area.

How To Perform An Inverted Sit Up

  1. While fully inverted, hold onto the side rails firmly.
  2. Move your head/neck up towards your body.

If you are not able to perform a full sit up, you can do half sit ups. Simply bring your head half way towards your body. Feel free to check out some of the other Inversion Table Exercises I have posted on the site.

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