Exercise & FitnessIs Weight Lifting Safe For Kids And Teens? Al Wallace2 years ago341 mins With the obesity epidemic spreading quickly in teens and even pre-teens, parents are looking for… source Post navigation Previous: Japan Massage Therapy in Health Care at Traditional Massage Services Ep1Next: 15 MIN BEGINNER CARDIO Workout (At Home No Equipment) 34 thoughts on “Is Weight Lifting Safe For Kids And Teens?” Kids? No Teens? Yes Reply I started lifting my own weights at 14 and now Im 16, ill prob transition to real dumbbell weights at 18 Reply im 13 is curling weights ok for me? i won’t do nothing like bench pressing cuz i don’t want to stop growing but will curls make me stop growing? Reply When that kid used a lifting belt for leg extensions, I died inside Reply Visiting Agoge Diet was a life-changing decision. Who would have believe that creating a diet plan is so easy. Reply Thank You.. Reply Anyone else here on the process of getting jacked but is short asf at the same time Reply Me that lift 3kg of dumbell in a weekFun fact i am 12 Reply The teachers are the danger. Reply I’m 14I’ve recently started weightlifting and I have been feeling amazing already Reply Asian parents need to see this. Reply If this doctor would be a girls I would have married him Reply The fact that they dont promote this kind of information is just stupid Reply This doctor is a genius Reply He's wrong Reply Lol, I’m letting my kids lift when they get to 6th grade Reply Just started the video, and I see a guy doing 1/4 reps on bench press, who edited this segment?!?!?!?!Edit: OMG it got worse, none of these kids had good form! Reply I don’t care my kid is deadlifting 35 tonnes straight out the womb and fed sarms on a daily basis Reply If I am 13 shud my weight be light enuf I so I can do 12 reps or heavy enuf I can only do 8 reps Reply I hate how everyone thinks machines are better than free weights. You don’t get assisted when lifting things in real life so why do it on the gym? And you can’t consider machine lifting real lifting and weight. A 50kg machine bench press is not a real 50kg bench press. Reply This is dum Reply I’m 14 I life a 20kg barbell and 10kg dumbells Reply Doing it in bad form is more dangerous than not doing it for your joints. How many parents know how to make sure their kids have perfect form? Reply I think the real issue is parents pushing their children to the extreme and documenting it on YouTube Reply If you want to be healthy do cardio and calisthenics,if you want to be slow,stiff,unathletic and have big muscles go and only lift weights Reply “Adult type sports” shows kid using a belt for leg extensions What do these people think we are doing Reply I have a flat body and I want to build my muscles especially my glutes. I've searched it and have seen many exercises such as squats, hip thrusts, but bridges etc. I'm 15 years old. Would weight lifting (just 6kg) harm my body? Please answer if anyone knows❤ Reply I’m 14 and I do wrestling and boxing. Just don’t try to lift something you can’t lift Reply Like I think I stunted my growth I squated 210 and now my back hurts Reply You should start training when you hit puberty to amplify muscle gains with testosterone, lifting weights to gain muscle doesnt make sense if you're pre pubescent, its wasted effort Reply lifting weights since i was 3 years old Reply Sports are enough for kids I suggest start lifting weights at 11th grade or 10th Reply Uh.. i lifted a 20kg weight and im 13 is that safe? Reply I agree with you guys ,because I am only 9 and I can lift 200 Pounds . Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.