Sit-ups are a core movement, and a strong core is a strong body. Sit on a soft surface, such as an exercise mat or a carpet, spread your knees and join the soles of your feet together. Then push your body downwards before getting up again.
“Sit-ups are difficult to do if you don’t ha e someone or something holding your feet down,” says Fayzal. “So keep your feet together. That way you won’t move forward and you will execute the move correctly.” Repeat 10 times, and do all three exercises for 10 rounds.
Have a timer with you, Fayzal advises. It will help you keep track of your fitness level and provide a benchmark as you progress.