Weight training will not stunt your growth. However, that does not mean that it is advisable before the age of about 16.
Arnold started weight training at the age of 14.
I would say 17 or so before getting serious about training.
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You have to be careful weight training at that age, because your bones are still at a formative stage. Some limited weigh training is fine, but you would be better advised to get for low weight high reps, rather than high weight low reps.
Absolutely it is. Weight training is especially beneficial as women age and bone mass declines. Weight training strengthens the muscles surrounding the bones, thus strengthening the joints reducing the chance of osteoporosis. Also, if a women is trying to lose weight or maintain her current weight, weight training increases muscle mass which burns calories much faster than fat.
Craig E. Olsen has written: 'The effects of a set circuit weight training program on strength and muscular endurance of college age men' -- subject(s): Circuit training, Weight training, Muscle strength
No, that is a myth. Weight training will not stunt your growth. However, that does not mean that it is advisable before the age of about 16.
I would guess 12 - when they start junior high school.
It really depends on you age, strength and the condition of your skeleton. The beginning strength training weight could be from 2kg to up to 15kg in some cases.
He started his training around the age of 25
The DVDs are instruction manuals in different form. You have to choose the weight training program that is suitable for you and automatically you will get suitable DVD. The factors which you have to consider are your age, sex, health conditions, stamina, and the target.