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Fitness Guru, C.J. Senter, 10, Has Six-Pack: Too Fit, Too Soon? | Nightline | ABC News

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Uploaded on Oct 11, 2011

"Workout Kid" C.J. Senter started working out at age 5 for a pee-wee football tournament, and an exercise obsession was born. When he saw an infomercial for P90X, he begged his father to let him make a workout video of his own, marketed towards children.
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C.J. Senter is a 10-year-old kid who has been on a fitness kick for half his life, and he is motivating other elementary school students to get fit.

This exercise guru from Locust Grove, Ga., has his own workout DVDs and is on a mission to get kids to build a physique like his. But few adults could ever hope for his six-pack abs.
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Kids seem to be growing up faster than ever, and these stories highlight the youngest age group acting like adults "too young, too soon" (TYTS). Kids are exposed to many more influences and bad behaviors through television, film, and access to the internet. Are celebrities bad role models for young impressionable children? Between stories of teenage gunmen who are not old enough to carry their weapons, toddlers in tiaras, crazy dance moms, and kids getting plastic surgery as birthday presents, it’s easy to see that maybe growing up too fast can hurt rather than help kids.

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