Yes. But dont lift too heavy, you may hurt yourself. Have an elder supervise you so that you can be safe.
Yes, it is. Infact, it's a great age to start - especially if you've started puberty. Just remember to lift weight every other day, and don't forget about the legs!
yes it is
around 12 years old
i started when i was 8 and im a girl. but i dont think really until 12. 10 for boys
Yes and quite badly
Well it depends on the person but usually not until they are 12. It still depends on the person, most boys start when they are11 though.
Yes. Straining while lifting weights is dangerous for anyone, male or female, regardless of age. If you're straining or having trouble keeping the weights under control, you're lifting too much weight.
Lifting 40 pounds at the age of 13 can affect your growth. It can cause a persons muscles to become weakened later on. The age of 13 is too young to be lifting heavy weights.
There is no specific age or height, i started when i was 13 and i was 5'11" and i could bench 115 on my first day.
No, lifting will not stunt your growth as the myth grows. But at such a young age you need supervision, and make sure you do it correctly. There are many benefits of weight training, even at this age.
They should start at age 18 or older
Yes this is very VITAL for future muscle development. I and others recommend 13 as a good age to start lifting, depending on what body type you are will determine the weight you should be lifting. After lifting to grow the muscle i would recommend muscle milk, or other types of protein shakes to build the muscles and repair them as well.
Yes because it can stunt your growth, but doing small amounts is alright because this will keep you toned.
Lifting weights has not been proven to stunt a child's growth, however it can cause other problems. The age that is appropriate to start depends on maturity level and it is important that your child understand that moderation is key. He may be best served to start with a kid's exercise group in order to better learn good habits.