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ewww....i am sure that is healthy for a child.


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The short answer is no. Children should not be lifting weights in any other capacity besides calestenics (sp?) until at least like 16 and it depends on the individual. That kid will be lucky if he is 5'3 at his peak. Look out Brooks.
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It's just odd seeing a little kid with six pack abs!
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i want to know why tj was looking for pictures of little muscular boys? on second thought - i don't want to know.
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i want to know why tj was looking for pictures of little muscular boys? on second thought - i don't want to know.


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The short answer is no. Children should not be lifting weights in any other capacity besides calestenics (sp?) until at least like 16 and it depends on the individual. That kid will be lucky if he is 5'3 at his peak. Look out Brooks.
Have their been any studies that proved this, or is this an urban legend? I know plenty of people that lifted weights well before the age of 16 and they grew to be over 6ft.

edit: I agree with the others though, its very weird seeing somebody that young with that much muscle definition.
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His head is not proportioned to the rest of his body...

It's just not right.


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they had a thing on tv with this kid when he was 6yrs old. the doctors said as long as he wasnt maxing out per say he would be fine. he was not going for all out strength just definition. looks like he's well on his way. his abs were like that at 6.

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i want to know why tj was looking for pictures of little muscular boys? on second thought - i don't want to know.
Oh come on Mandy..I learned from you: Get em while they're young so they can take care of you when you get...well..you're already old.
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ya got that right
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i want to know why tj was looking for pictures of little muscular boys? on second thought - i don't want to know.
Oh come on Mandy..I learned from you: Get em while they're young so they can take care of you when you get...well..you're already old.
yea pretty true huh tj,,, but i think they have to be old enough to read her text messages.
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The short answer is no. Children should not be lifting weights in any other capacity besides calestenics (sp?) until at least like 16 and it depends on the individual. That kid will be lucky if he is 5'3 at his peak. Look out Brooks.
Have their been any studies that proved this, or is this an urban legend? I know plenty of people that lifted weights well before the age of 16 and they grew to be over 6ft.

edit: I agree with the others though, its very weird seeing somebody that young with that much muscle definition.
To my knowledge there have never been any studies conducted using actual test subjects of sort but the common buzz word that is thrown out there is "bone growthplates" being impingend and as a result forcing the growth plate to calcify and cease growing. Beyond that is also the idea that the bone tissue of young people is also very soft up to a given age. Hence, the reason behind most young people not breaking bones when they should have an the load produced across a bone when placed under direct stress lifting weights in a static repitive motion encourages the bone tissues to hardened prematurely. I threw 16 out there as a general age but some guys/gals mature faster and can get away with starting earlier. The men in my family are typically late bloomers and don't stop growing until about 21-23 and I know that was true for me. I didn't start lifting heavy until after that. I would rather be tall and in shape later in life that short and stocky.
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