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Posted by on Dec 12, 2012 in Exercising, Fitness | 0 comments

“No Pain, No Gain” ?

“No Pain, No Gain” ?

The manner of training your child with the mind-set of “NO PAIN, NO GAIN”, just makes no sense for your child and will do far more damage than good!  Since the 1990’s, western countries are deviating from what has become a common refrain to encourage people to endure tough and painful work-outs in order to achieve the best results, but this is just not true!  In fact, one should consider the more positive benefit to one’s body by learning to trainer smarter, and not necessarily harder, and more importantly, with less painful results. Sadly, in many developing countries, trained professionals still adhere to this common practice of training harder, but not smarter,  and thus in the process injure many young athletes psychologically and physiologically. Please read on to learn more why this previously revered manner of physical training is not the best way forward for your child’s athletic future. Is Your Child Safe? In Sri Lanka many of athlete students participating in sports in school are approximately 9 – 18 years old.  After completing their...

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