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Two Hundred Situps

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Summary

18 Workouts / 1 Exercise

0% Cardio / 100% Strength Training

Workout Program Description

This 6-week program created at twohundredsitups.com will give you the ability to complete 200 consecutive situps!

Note that the final set each day should be run to max. The number given is a minimum.

Perform tests before weeks 1, 3, 5 and 6 to see how many consecutive situps you can do. Then use that number to choose the workout you will do daily.

If you cannot do 200 situps by the end of 6 weeks, redo weeks 5 and 6 to build strength.

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Workouts

Description

So, you've completed your initial test and you're keen to start the program? Great! * If you managed 10 or less sit-ups in the test, follow routine 1. * If you completed between 11 and 20 sit-ups, routine 2 is for you. * Between 21 and 30 consecutive sit-ups? Impressive! Routine 3 is what you're looking for. * More than 30 sit-ups? I would suggest starting the program on Week 3 in either the second or third routine. For example: let's say you managed 18 sit-ups. Looking at the second routine, Day 1 begins with Set 1 (9 sit-ups), a rest period of 60 seconds, before moving on to Set 2 (9 sit-ups). Rest for 60 seconds and continue with Set 3 (6 sit-ups) and Set 4 (6 sit-ups), before finishing with Set 5 and as many consecutive sit-ups as you can comfortably manage (at least 8, but not so many that you damage muscle tissue). The 60 seconds rest between each level should allow you to complete the workout, but you'll probably experience some minor fatigue towards the end. Treat yourself to a rest day before moving on to Day 2, and then again before you complete Day 3. I find that Monday, Wednesday, Friday works well and allows you to use the weekend for rest and recovery before moving on to the next stage of the program. Feel free to juggle the plan around to meet your busy schedule, but make sure you rest in between workout days.

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15 sets: 3 reps, 15 reps, 9 reps, 4 reps, 18 reps, 9 reps, 10 reps, 6 reps, 3 reps, 6 reps, 3 reps, 10 reps, 8 reps, 5 reps, 14 reps
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What People are Saying

metfuel

How do you know how much weight you are lifting?

Created over 5 years ago by metfuel

Miti96

Huh?

I don't understand. I want to begin, I click on Week 1 - Day 1, then I see 3 things on the right. I click on the top one, and then I see: Set 1: ... Set 1: ... Set 1: ... Set 2: ... Set 2: ... Set 2: ... Set 3: ... Etc. Do I have to do all of them? Or is the first of each set the first routine, is the second of each set the second routine, and the third of each set the third routine?

Created over 6 years ago by Miti96

Darksmith

Did the 200!

Well I did it! It was hard but worth it.

Created over 6 years ago by Darksmith

Darksmith

Did the program...

Just finished Day 3, Week 6. During Day 1 of this week my final set maxed out at 210 crunches! So now all I have left is the final test to see if I can do the 200.

Created over 6 years ago by Darksmith

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