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    lelukka is offline In Orientation
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    Workout Plan for 14 Year Old

    I'm 14 years old... I've never worked out before and am looking to start to stay in shape all year and get bigger for soccer and other sports.

    Right now I'm 5'9" and 120 - 125 lbs. I'm slim and look cut but I'm not too strong. I could use help finding a workout plan. I have an elliptical and some workout machine in the basement (excuse my ignorance) . I might be able to get to a gym but not til the summer.

    Thanks in advance,

    Luke

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    Phate89 is offline Bond Boy
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    Welcome to the forum, never too early to start

    Take a look at the weight training stickies, and come back with more specific questions.

    Do you have access to a barbell and some weights?

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    parmenion is offline New Member
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    My 14 years old friend I just want your attention about weight training. Do not do training with weights because until the age of 17-18 this can have negative effects to your height normal development. You may become too short if you do this kind of exercise in the development age that you are and this of course will have negative effects to your appearence self-esteem.

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    iranianboy27! is offline New Member
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    weight training

    Only certain weight exercises make you shorter like lunge's but doing bicep curls is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parmenion View Post
    My 14 years old friend I just want your attention about weight training. Do not do training with weights because until the age of 17-18 this can have negative effects to your height normal development. You may become too short if you do this kind of exercise in the development age that you are and this of course will have negative effects to your appearence self-esteem.

    OMG!!! I can not stand people that have, and go hunt for, reasons not to 'take action.' bleck!!! gross.... eeeeew

    "actually iot would be better for you to paky video games and stimulate you developing brain" what a LOSER!!!! yes I called you a loser! you topped in and DIS-couraged a person. your one and only post!!!!

    Gimme an L
    Gimme an O

    you get the drift.

    bye

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    Phate89 is offline Bond Boy
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    Quote Originally Posted by iranianboy27! View Post
    Only certain weight exercises make you shorter like lunge's but doing bicep curls is fine.
    Quote Originally Posted by parmenion View Post
    My 14 years old friend I just want your attention about weight training. Do not do training with weights because until the age of 17-18 this can have negative effects to your height normal development. You may become too short if you do this kind of exercise in the development age that you are and this of course will have negative effects to your appearence self-esteem.
    You are both idiots and mis informed. please leave the website and continue playing your video games and eating chips.

    You are the weakest link. Good bye.

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    Karky is offline Former member of VulgarityGang
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    yeah, don't be afraid of weight training. there is no data to prove it will stunt your growth.
    Do big lifts, squats, deadlifts, pullups, rows, pushups, bench press, etc. Don't worry too much about isolation like curls. You're young and you should focus on building a good base.

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    lelukka is offline In Orientation
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    Okay... Thanks for the responses. Is there a certain schedule I should use? How much is too much and what limits should I set so I don't hurt myself???

    Thanks,
    Luke

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    Phate89 is offline Bond Boy
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    Quote Originally Posted by lelukka View Post
    Okay... Thanks for the responses. Is there a certain schedule I should use? How much is too much and what limits should I set so I don't hurt myself???

    Thanks,
    Luke
    http://www.t-nation.com/readArticle.do?id=508031

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    iranianboy27! is offline New Member
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    do three times a week for 45 min then do for 1 hour after like a month.
    i do 4 times a week for 1 hour.

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    Karky is offline Former member of VulgarityGang
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    Don't be afraid to incorporate some bodyweight exercise circuits, etc to get some general conditioning, as I said before, it is important to build a good base at your age, a base that will work as a starting point for a lot of activities you might want to try when you get older.

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