Some Popular Myths About Strength Training

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There are many myths about Strength Training. Many times parents are very much confused about the right age their children should begin with strength training. If you have proper knowledge and guidance, then strength training can be very beneficial for you.

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Myth 2: Having Strength Training will stunt the growth of young individuals:

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Myth 2: Having Strength Training will stunt the growth of young individuals:

There are many myths about Strength Training. Many times parents are very much confused about the right age their children should begin with strength training. If you have proper knowledge and guidance, then strength training can be very beneficial for you. It can beneficial for your on-field performance and overall health. INTRODUCTION

Myth 2: Having Strength Training will stunt the growth of young individuals:

MYTH 1: Strength Training is about Lifting Heavy Weights and Increasing Size When we talk about high school and collegiate strength training this thing may be true. A part of those programs is to develop the athlete’s overall strength and also power development. When there is an off-season of these programs, we always want to make the players as strong as possible. This is true for players who are experienced ones as they can easily handle that amount of load. If we talk about youth strength training it is a different ball game. When it comes to the strength training for children who are in their pre puberty and beginners, a different technique is used to produce strength gains. In youth strength training, bodyweight or light free weights are used.

Myth 2: Having Strength Training will stunt the growth of young individuals:

This thing only happens if the growth plates are affected during exercise. But with proper coaching and weight selection, growth plates will continue to develop at a natural pace. Myth 3: Strength Training is Dangerous: Strength training safety depends on coaching and exercise selection. Just like any other practice or daily movement, this also has a risk of injury. Just like you can get injured by daily practices like stubbing your toe by getting off the couch, you may also get injured just like these normal things. Myth 2: Having Strength Training will stunt the growth of young individuals

Myth 2: Having Strength Training will stunt the growth of young individuals:

In a nutshell, Sports Agility Training Programs NY is a very good thing for young athletes. This thing should be done under proper guidance through a personalized program. There are many Athletes Training Centers, where youth strength training in the safest manner. If you want to get yourself enrolled in Sports Performance Training Westchester NY , then REP Athletics is here for you. This is an introductory program and usually for athletes for age group 7-13 years. This program uses REP’s proprietary methodology that can enhance sprint mechanics, body awareness, bodyweight strength, and self-confidence. Our coaches are known to be mentors first and coach second. We will make sure that the athlete’s performance stats will be recorded in every session. This will enable the coaches to have metrics so that they can show the progress of the athlete over time. Also, to make sure that the progress of the athletes continues, all the athletes will be given homework. This will complement their training outside our training center.

Myth 2: Having Strength Training will stunt the growth of young individuals:

We at REP, uses structural and neurological patterning to enhance physical well being and performance. This method is prepared by years of recorded data of biomechanical diagnostics from various people including athletes, general people and also professional athletes. Visit: https://repathleticsco.com/ Call us: 914-341-1855 Address: 2335, Boston Post Road, Larchmont, NY 10538 CONTACT US

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