If "kids" means children under 15, there is great potential for joint injuries due to their immature bones. Furthermore, many children lack the disciplined coordination to use proper weight training technique on various lifts-and that can cause injuries to connective tissues (ligaments and tendons) as well as strained muscles.
Contrary to popular belief, lifting weights while you are still growing does not stunt growth. It was believed that breaking a bone could damage the ends of the bones that are still growing, but this is not the case. Strength training has only benefits, if done correctly, whether you are young or old.
Yes, you really should be carefu. You don't really need to do this until you really start growing and developing physically.
Children always should be supervised when lifting weights and instructed on proper form during weight lifting. Otherwise, yes, weight lifting is safe for children.
Yes, Because they can grow up yo be strong
Lifting weights is an exercise
Lifting shorts are good when lifting weights because they provide the lifter with protection and support from injuries. They are a good idea to have when doing heavy lifting.
Its the best way to excercise.
Lifting weights = subject builds muscles = predicate
it just means lifting weights that is not on a machine like using a curl bar
This answer depends on your diet. If you continue to consume the same amount of calories after you quit lifting, then yes you may get fat. Lifting weights burns calories and muscles need these calories to build more muscle. If you quit lifting weights, your body no longer needs as many calories. Also, your metabolism will slow after you quit lifting weights. Now, if you quit lifting weights and also cut calories, you will not get fat.
it's the feeling you get after lifting weights where everything feels lighter and werid. not only after lifting weights but also putting leg weights on etc.
Yes. Lifting weights is a good way.