Muscle building seemed to be serious for most adults for countlessreasons. For males, it is in their innate ego that they should be large in order to be attractive to women. Women wanted beautiful contours to fit gorgeous clothes and perhaps show and display or to be attractive. Some needto develop their muscles for health and medical reasons. But little do we acknowledge the fact that it all should start at young age and then enhancement should follow.
Children are fragile, weak and soft as people see them. But as we may have been taught, childhood is the time that the humanform and evolves critically. As children grow, all that comprises themphysically and mentally, changes at a constant pace. Muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments which are fragile in its state slowly developdepending on how the child activity leads him into.
Playingis generally the most profound muscle building program that any child has. The mere handling of a ball would be like weightlifting. Running up and down the stairs and outside the lawn is like an Olympic oval for training track and field athletes. Most of the “playing” routines could easily have the same goals as to any gym enthusiast have. But the question is; should children involve themselves in such to acquire muscles just like adults would want them?
Overdoing exercise is not good for adults, just like “overplaying” is not good for kids. This may affect the kid’s physical development, and it would be unlucky to have a permanent effect on them. All youth strength training programs and other vigorous activities for children should be closely supervised, monitored by knowledgeable instructors who handle any child for that matter.
Parents and guardians are always on the look out for their child’s well-being, so much that they should be equipped with enough knowledge as to how their children play or do some activities which requiremovement. Kids have small frames that might not be firm enough to sustain the increase in mass or the stress of the activity that may cause injury to them.
A growing number of health hazards in children like obesity for example made numerous groups in medical and fitness field focus on alternative ways to help them lose weight. Obesity should not be taken for granted because there are other medical problems that are involved like diabetes, high cholesterol and sleep apnea. It is not detected immediately that is why most of the time, weight loss is very hard to achieve. They should be given ample time to have routines for muscle building to sustain their body mass, muscles instead of excess fats.
Normally people say that children are just “kids”. Some tend to allow them to have activities for them grow and be active. Some wanted to build fences around them just to protect them from harm. One cannot do away with the fact that kids need to prepare themselves for a more challenging adult world. One way to strengthen them is to make them as fit and as firm as they can be.