After doing 100 sit ups, you're lucky to be alive :)
Don't do sit ups the old Army way in which your shoulders and head are on the ground during each sit up. That puts a lot of stress on your back. Instead, do them the way that was described in a Runner's World article many years ago. Here are pictures of me doing them that way.
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