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Children starting to work with personal trainers - DailyHerald.com
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  • Haley Robinson, 13, works on the treadmill with her trainer standing close by at the Academy for Athletic Advancement in Schaumburg.

      Haley Robinson, 13, works on the treadmill with her trainer standing close by at the Academy for Athletic Advancement in Schaumburg.
    courtesy of Academy for Athletic Advancement

  • Javi Hurtado, 11, takes a turn at pushing the weighted sled as part of his training at the Academy for Athletic Advancement in Schaumburg.

      Javi Hurtado, 11, takes a turn at pushing the weighted sled as part of his training at the Academy for Athletic Advancement in Schaumburg.
    courtesy of Academy for Athletic Advancement

  • Eddie Resendez, 9, pushes a sled with weights at Academy for Athletic Advancement, which works with children as young as 8 for both weight control and conditioning for sports.

      Eddie Resendez, 9, pushes a sled with weights at Academy for Athletic Advancement, which works with children as young as 8 for both weight control and conditioning for sports.
    courtesy of Academy for Athletic Advancement

  • Eddie Resendez, 9, pushes a sled with weights at Academy for Athletic Advancement, which works with children as young as 8 for both weight control and conditioning for sports.

      Eddie Resendez, 9, pushes a sled with weights at Academy for Athletic Advancement, which works with children as young as 8 for both weight control and conditioning for sports.
    courtesy of Academy for Athletic Advancement

  • Alexis Hurtado, 13, works with a weighted bag at Academy for Athletic Advancement.

      Alexis Hurtado, 13, works with a weighted bag at Academy for Athletic Advancement.
    courtesy of Academy for Athletic Advancement

 
 

Brian peters actually smiles when he talks about pushing hundreds of pounds across the floor using a heavy sled during his workouts. "it's kind of horrible, but it's really effective," said brian, who just finished his sophomore year at st. viator high school in arlington heights.

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