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Old 28.10.2009, 08:53
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What would you like to say for this 5 years old with 6 pack abs

he is just 5 years old and has 6 pack abs and also has his name in guinness book of world records.
is it good for a child of his age?
does not it cause the premature hardening of bones, any ways what a childhood!!!!
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Old 28.10.2009, 09:09
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Re: What would you like to say for this 5 years old with 6 pack abs

Yeah, saw this on Youtube last night.

I'd say, "Enjoy your childhood, it'll be over soon enough," if I spoke Romanian that is.

And what's with the father? He seems to be behind this. He's like the balloon boy dad.
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Old 28.10.2009, 09:46
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it's so stupid I wouldn't say a word. I'm speechless. Parents are totally unconscious or stupid.
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Re: What would you like to say for this 5 years old with 6 pack abs

FANTASTIC!!! I like this kid.

Lifting weights NOT GOOD, otherwise its fine, only thing is people who are into extreme sort of fitness go really fat afterwards. Its easier to get 6 packs but very diffcult to maintain them!

As for the general health implications, attending early school in Japan, we used to do that kind of stuff in school. Stretching, swinging on that bar etc, it was part of school curriculum. Even more daring things as part of our "extra curriculer" activities.

I think in present days people are overly concerned about Safety, and kids grow up wrapped up in cotton wool.
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