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    Default When doing sit ups is it okay to add weight?

    well i try to do at least 150 sit ups and crunches and i have this little brother so i asked him to lie down on my chest while i do sit ups hehe i was wondering if i adding weight would help develop or something..tnx

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    If your little brother's weight is too heavy, then it can lead to injuries.

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    70 Pounds hehe if i do it for only 10 times i guess that would be okay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken168 View Post
    70 Pounds hehe if i do it for only 10 times i guess that would be okay?
    Only doing crunches is ok but the added weight leads to larger abs and not as much definition...

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