Hey Jax, what are the restrictions for people between 10 to 15 yrs old training at the gym? Weight restrictions and such. I can't find much.
Honestly I’d say 14 years old is a great time for lifting weights.
There was this HUGE MYTH that Weight Training stunts your growth but there are COUNTLESS Football Players, Athletes, and Fitness Professionals who started Young and are 6 feet plus also I cant recall where but theres this whole documentary you can find on discrediting that theory.
The only issue I have with kids lifting weights is they may not know what they are doing and may injure themselves from either bad form or too much weight. But thats why I recommend Calisthenics until then. But 14 is a great age to start since most High Schools have a weight room with coaches in there showing them proper form
👴🏼 in the park on #parrellelbars, 👦🏻 claiming I was doing yoga, 🎶 from a radio = my kind of #gym!
This is the lowest #skinthecat for me so far and I’m guessing if the bar is higher I could go a bit lower. But enough for this time :) 💪🏼
#thesweatlife #igfitness #fitspiration #gymnastics #flexibilitytraining #cardio #fitness #victorchauyoga #trainhard #doyourbest #boysofyoga #lululemonambassador #foodspring_hk #training #shoulderflexibility (at Victoria Park, Hong Kong)
I kind of neglect arm day (i.e., I don’t normally devote a day to arms - I usually do the corresponding muscle after back, chest, or shouldets), but I did biceps and triceps after abs today and I realized I’m much stronger there than I thought.