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❇️ Strength-based exercises could be beneficial at early age, study suggests
❇️ Encouraging children to do strength-based exercises such as squats and leg presses could play a vital role in their physical development
❇️ Children ‘should lift weights to improve fitness’
❇️ Kids should be encouraged to do strength exercises like squats and deadlifts
❇️ New paper published in @SportsMedicineJ 👏🏻 ‘The effect of resistance training interventions on fundamental movement skills in youth: a meta-analysis.’

– RT ⬆️ jumps, sprints and throws.
– If RT can improve FMS, could this have a positive impact on PA levels in youth?

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Strength-based exercises could be beneficial at early age, study suggests | Press and Journal

Encouraging children to do strength-based exercises could play a vital role in their physical development, a study suggests.

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