Children Strength Training

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Can We Turn Couch Potato Kids Into Athletes?

On June 21, 2017 by Physical Culturist

There isn't a summer conditioning program better than a summer spent at the playground.

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Fitness Myth: Strength Training Will Stunt the Growth of Children

On July 16, 2013 by Physical Culturist

The pursuits of physical culture benefit people of all ages! πŸ™‚

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Lift Young, Grow Strong

On April 12, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Strength training for kids? You bet! Done properly, strength training offers many bonuses to young athletes. Strength training is even a good idea for kids who simply want to look and feel better....

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Strength Training For Children and Adolescents

On October 19, 2000 by Physical Culturist

An amazing show of strength!

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