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I thought I should contribute to this debate seen as I work with quite a few young athletes. At the moment, I train a few tennis players under the age of 10, a few more under 13, and a ton of young under 16 athletes in as many sports as you can think of!
It's great work, much of which I do because I feel it's important that kids get the right coaching and develop in the right way, rather than doing stupid stuff with a clueless teacher, coach or trainer.
Anyway, with that being said; I think there are quite a few questions to answer and so the following book has been written with that in mind.
The main questions are:
- Is using weights with children and adolescents dangerous or harmful to their development?
- Do they need it? Are they beneficial? Is there any point in training children with weights?
- Are they ready for strength training? What should they start out with?
This book will address the question of safety, answer the question of the benefits and need for strength training with our young whipper-snappers, and how a programme should start.
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