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All parents want their children to be healthy, fit, and more active, but there is a pervasive myth that keeps many kids from reaching their full potential. A popular misconception is that young athletes shouldn’t engage in strength training because it is harmful. However, current research, including a recent study from the Mayo Clinic, indicates that nothing could be further from the truth. Strength training is the single most effective exercise method for reversing adolescent obesity and can dramatically alter and improve a child's body composition.
With his blockbuster book The Slow Burn™ Fitness Revolution , renowned personal trainer Fredrick Hahn revealed the secret to strengthening muscles, enhancing flexibility, burning fat and improving performance in just 30 minutes a week. Now, in Strong Kids, Healthy Kids, he shows parents, caregivers, teachers, and doctors how his fitness program can change the lives of children and teens everywhere, no matter what their athletic ability. Whether a child is inactive or a competitive athlete looking to take his performance to the next level, he can become much stronger and fitter. As the founder of the Mighty Tykes and Teens™ program, Hahn is an expert on child fitness. Here, he shows kids how to:
get strong fast • increase bone density and resistance to injury • improve cardiovascular health • enhance flexibility • increase their metabolism and reduce body fat
With this proven program, all children can build their self-esteem, improve their performance, and lead healthier lives.
As a parent, you naturally want your child to be as healthy and as fit as he or she can be. You may worry that your child seems to out of breath after gym class, or that he or she is much too skinny to even engage in serious exercise. Even if your child is a star athlete, you want to make sure that he or she becomes stronger and faster to perform at his or her very best. But just which exercises will yield the most benefits? Most important, which activities are actually safe for your children? A popular misconception is that young athletes shouldn’t engage in strength training because it can stunt their growth or even cause injury. Nothing could be further from the truth. Current research indicates that strength training is the single most effective exercise method for improving strength and fitness, and can dramatically alter and improve a child’s body composition. Whether your child is a competitive athlete or is just trying to get leaner, the truth is that he or she can get stronger and healthier no matter what his or her fitness level.
With his blockbuster book The Slow Burn™ Fitness Revolution, renowned personal trainer Fredrick Hahn revealed the secret to strengthening muscles, enhancing flexibility, burning fat, and improving performance in just 30 minutes a week. Now, in Strong Kids, Healthy Kids, he shows you how his fitness program can change the life of any child, no matter what his or her athletic ability is. As the founder of the Mighty Tykes and Teens™ program, Hahn is an expert on youth fitness. He has spent the last ten years developing safe and effective exercises for kids as young as seven years old. Here, he shatters the myths that have impeded kids from becoming their fittest, healthiest selves. Hahn offers an efficient time-saving exercise program along with a low-carb diet plan that will help your kids:
· Get strong fast.
· Increase bone density and resistance to injury.
· Improve cardiovascular health.
· Enhance flexibility.
· Increase their metabolism and reduce body fat.
Young athletes will find that the program helps them improve in their sports by safely and quickly building muscles, and less athletic children will find this program helps them become healthy and fit without becoming jocks. Complete with kid-friendly recipes and photographs that show your kids how to exercise the right way, this book will help all kids build self-esteem, improve performance, and lead healthier lives.
Fredrick Hahn has been a professional exercise trainer for more than 20 years. He is certified by the American Council on Exercise, and is president and cofounder of The National Council for Exercise Standards. In June of 1998, Fred founded and established Serious Strength™, Inc., on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Fred has lectured extensively on exercise at various venues including PrincetonUniversity, Chelsea Piers, Hospital for Joint Diseases, and Mt.SinaiHospital, and has trained many well-known Hollywood stars. Fred lives in New York City.
This was a gift to my son in hopes that he would read it to benefit his own children. Whether or not he has done that, I don't know. All I can do is suggest it.Published 16 months ago by Ann Rast
This is a book that parents should read before their child is born or as soon after birth as possible.Published 16 months ago by ena
This book is easy to read and understand. A great book for parents who want to engage their kids for better health and fitness. I learned a few things for myself as well.Published 20 months ago by Valeria
Mr. Hann is trying to capitalize on his 10 year old book done with two other authors that does not stand up to competitive books of itself. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Gina S
SKHK presents basic facts about the benefits of weight training for children, provides a training regimen using either free weights or machines, and concludes with a section on... Read morePublished on July 16, 2011 by Megan
An essential book for parents and health professionals. Fred Hahn in his book Strong Kids, Healthy Kids creates a excellent fitness program combined with common sense nutritional... Read morePublished on May 7, 2009 by Keith Berkowitz
Fred Hahn's new book is a quick read that is easy to apply to real life. This is something that I feel I can definitely implement into my family's life. Read morePublished on December 9, 2008 by T. Trombly
Fred Hahn's insight into health and fitness is not only scientifically sound, but also seems to come from a place of deep caring about people. Read morePublished on November 19, 2008 by K. Auwarter