One of the most common exercise mistakes I see people make every day is trying to do too much all in one shot. If you can’t lift 20 pounds, go down to 5 pounds and work your way up. If you can’t lift 50 pounds go down to 20. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t push yourself, but not to the point where you’re struggling and losing your form. You risk hurting your back, hurting your shoulders, hurting your neck, hurting your knees or any other parts of your body. 
Now that doesn’t just go for lifting, it applies to any exercise move. I know that a lot of you would like to firm your abs and build a stronger core. My  Sit-Ups Challenge is tailor-made for you. We start at 10 sit-ups per day and aim for 20.  Sign up for free, then check out my video where I’ll show you a few different ways to do it. But don’t try to speed things up and attempt the advanced version if you’re not already there. We don’t want that. Take it step-by-step and one day you will be able to do the advanced sit-up and increase your reps. Take it easy, take your time, take it slow. Let’s get started!