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It's a mini-gym. And obesity 'experts' are hailing it as a great way to lose the...
Oh, wait. They're not:
Dr Ian Campbell, medical director of charity Weight Concern, said: ‘Resistance training is not ideal for anybody under the age of 16 and especially not during these tender years.Great! Pile on that guilt, Ian!
‘At this age I believe weight training, however light the weights, is wholly unnecessary and potentially harmful.’
A spokesman for the British Heart foundation added: ‘Parents could be spending a small fortune on mini-me gyms when the best thing for their child’s health and fitness is free – and that is going outside and enjoying playing sports and games in the fresh air.’But...but....paedophiles behind every tree! Dangerous dogs! Traffic! The awful thought your child might win a game and crush someone's self esteem! How can you suggest such a thing!
Who'd be a parent these days?