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Exercises are usually more beneficial when you complete a full range of motion. A good example of this would be a squat. Most people do a basic (or half) squat. This is when your heels stay on the floor and your knees do not go past your toes. The full squat is much harder because of the pressure on the knees and the importance of hip flexor flexibility. When you start exercising it's always recommended that you perform half squats until body awareness improves and you're better conditioned for the exercise. The sit-up is the same kind of thing. Sit ups have a bad reputation for being bad on the back, causing problems ranging from numbness... read full article

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Are Sit-Ups Dangerous?

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