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Coach Awaiz
London
2 2 1

It depends on what's the child age, if the child is between 5 to 12 years old then I believe that weight training shouldn't be allowed in such a young age, because it can stagnate their growth and there is a high risk of injuries because in this age children tendon and ligaments are still developing. I personally recommend a light body weight training, like jumping, push ups and sprints for 5 to 12 years of age. However, for the teenage years I recommend light weight training along with some light callisthenic exercise program.

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Catalin Balanica
Northwood
0 1 5

I would recommend to control your diet first,sleep and daily activities and after that depend on your fitness level what kind of workout you can do.

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Tano Canela
Valencia
0 0 1

Todo ello va a depender del nivel inicial que tengas, si eres una persona sedentaria, te recomiendo de 2-3 días semanales durante 1-3 meses. Cuando acabes este período, podrías aumentar el volumen de entrenamiento a 3 días semanas y a partir del 6 mes, 4 días semanales.

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Raphael Boury
Esplugues de Llobregat
1 2 2

Hello. First of all, toning your biceps/ triceps is the same as training other body parts. You should always work in 4-5 series of an average of 8-10 reps for hyperthrophy and longer reps(12-20) for slimming down/defining the muscle. What you should be looking for when working out is feeling the "pump", and reach failure at every set. In other words, if you can do 8 reps of biceps curls without reaching failure at the end, then you should increase the weight( and conversely). Secondly , you should work your muscles from different angles, that will give it a major stimulus and in the end it will looks bigger and better. Finally, If you want to focus on a specific muscle group for some time , just work them out more often during your routine, but I'd recommend that you leave a day or two before working out the same muscle group. Good luck! Raphael. Personal trainer.

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Catalin Balanica
Northwood
0 1 5

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