Globe & Mail Article: Alternatives to Sit-ups

Are there good alternatives to sit-ups?The Question: I am a healthy woman in my early 60s. My doctor told me that I should not do sit-ups. Can you recommend abdominal exercises that do not involve any version of the sit-up?
The Answer: Due to the prevalence of osteopenia (lower than normal bone density that may lead to osteoporosis) and osteoporosis in the older population, medical professionals often advise them against including flexion activities, such as sit-ups, within their exercise routine, but there are several exercises you can still do. Click Here to Read More.

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