yes it is
i started when i was 8 and im a girl. but i dont think really until 12. 10 for boys
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.
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.
Experts disagree. By 16 the ends of your bones should be sufficiently formed. Then, lifting weights, when using correct form, should be beneficial. It is risky to do it any earlier unless one has expert coaching and supervision.
no it does not
At the age of 21, a boy can start weight lifting. It is more advisable to start weight lifting at the right age. Because, some says if a boy starts weight lifting at an early age they not get tall. And their height will be the same as they start. I advice to take weight lifting, and make yourself fit, if your on the right age already.
At age 11,you really shouldn't be lifting weights. however it is still good to get out and get exercise, but you don't need to lift weights until you get into highschool. Also, at your age you are still probobly growing, and weight lifting can have harmful effects on your body, so i wouldn't recommend lifting. However, if you wish to ignore the statements above, you should start low, work your way up to where you cant lift it, and then take off 10-15 pounds off what you are lifting
anyone of any age would get "stronger" by lifting weights in greater succesion.
They should start at age 18 or older
there is no specific age for do exercise but it should be start from the age of 10th but not hard exercise which stop your growth, don't use weight lifting at this age weight lifting should be start after the age of 24th you can increase it slowly slowly..
obviously each individual is different, but for some people 15 is the minimum age to start, 16 for others.
Yeah you can but what the hell took you so long to decide you dont want to be fat any more.
Yes and quite badly
As soon as they can, really. They should be supervised if still younger than late-teen, and they need to learn to do the exercises correctly. But it doesn't stunt growth, and it only promotes a healthy lifestyle.
By 16 the ends of your bones should be sufficiently formed. Then, lifting weights, when using correct form, should be beneficial. It is risky to do it any earlier unless one has expert coaching and supervision.
No, that's a myth. Weight training will not stunt your growth. However, that does not mean that it is advisable before the age of about 16. Then, lifting weights, when using correct form, should be beneficial. It is risky to do it any earlier unless one has expert coaching and supervision.
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.
I think about 8-14. Does not stunt growth.
The amount of calories burned lifting 5 pound weights varies depending on different factors. Gender, current weight, age, and the amount of time you spend lifting the weights are factors that need to be considered before determining the amount of calories it burns.
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.
No, that's a myth. However, because of the skeletal immaturity of a child it is not advisable that he or she trains with weights before the age of about 16.
Children should wait until they are about 13 or 14 to start lifting, but children can use their own body weight for pushups or pull-ups at just about any age.Answer medical research shows no harm is done to young people who weight train at an early age..other sports like gymnastics are actually more stressful than any weight program.Boy: 12 Girl: 10
it isn't true because your body hormones still increase that age and that age is barely going through puberty and still have a while to make your body grow to its perminante length.
If they want to lift weights it's perfectly fine. It's not like smoking, in weightlifting you can start at any age ;)