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    Good day every one,

    My brother (10 years old) wants to train with me, and I wanted to know if it was a good idea? He likes the hero journey (obviously because of the name). I would lower the number of reps to what he can do. What would you recommend?
    https://darebee.com/programs/hero-journey.html

    Thanks for the support!

    ***extra info: He plays hockey 3 times a week all year long, +soccer, swimming during summer.

    #2
    Let him have at it. It will be good for his body awareness and help keep him active. Just keep an eyeball on form every now and again and he should be fine. It is really hard to hurt yourself while doing bodyweight exercises. Just make sure he keeps that mind set that it is for fun (and that he has fun doing it) so that he doesn't overload himself with the this on top of other activities.

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      #3
      Great thanks! Yes I'll be doing it with him, and help correct his form. My goal is to make exercising fun so he takes pleasure in it!

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        #4
        my daughter turns 10 in Nov and has already said she wants to grow up to be a American Ninja Warrior has been saying that since she was 8 and first saw the American Ninja Warrior Tv Show. The issue I have is we also have a 2 year old son who likes to be in the middle of things.

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          #5
          My ten year old works out with me once or twice a week. No issues yet.

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            #6
            ok got to remember i wrote that post 2 years ago she is now 12 (in a couple of weeks) with a 5 year old brother lol however their energy level hasnt changed one bit

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              #7
              you can even use comercials for quick workouts like one rotation of the program your doing we do that we use comercials depending on what the daily workout is in the program we are doing. There is someone who tweets about couchless commercials during ANW so we do those when we are done with the sets of the day

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                #8
                For everyone on this thread as well as future readers of it I am posting a link to a study from the records of over 1.2 million Swedish man who were followed through most of their life. The study, found that exercise early in life is predictive of both physical and mental health later in life. There are additional indicators of physical exercise helping young children develop higher executive function and emotional control.

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                  #9
                  will exercising help a 6 year old with adhd to calm down a bit?

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