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Old 02-03-2011, 07:32 AM   #21
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Re: 4 Year Old is Freaking Me OUT!

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not to hijack the thread but is their a higher risk for kids to develop hernias at a young age from resistance training? i know the old myth was that lifting would damage a child's grow plates in their bones.

my 2 year old son loves to pick up the 10lb medicine ball i have that looks like a basketball. he picked it up a few times & he was really straining to pick it up. my lady says he could get a hernia from lifting it so i put it away to be safe. gonna ask the doctor on the next visit, but i was wondering what you guys think?
He shouldn't get a hernia from that. I remember trying to lift things that were way too heavy for me all the time when I was a tyke. Also, the damaged growth plates thing is a myth.
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Old 02-03-2011, 11:50 AM   #22
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Eugene, I would disagree but he is trying. It's not horrible, like gymnastics instruction in Crossfit.
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