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Besides the obvious Eat, Sleep, and be healthy adviceā€¦.. Weight Training my help you grow a little with the added production of hGH but the extra height would be negligible and it would be impossible to know. Growth Hormone Treatment is the only real option to affect your height. This is a big step as a specialized doctor needs to closely monitor the ...


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While you won't be able to do much to impact the actual height of your body through exercise, to help make use of what you do have for height you can do exercises to strengthen your back and shoulders, leading to a more upright natural position which appears taller. Deadlifts are a great exercise to accomplish this; within a few months you should notice a ...


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Actually, height is largely genetic. However, nutrition is what impacts it from en environmental standpoint, and not exercise (it has a slight effect, assuming you are not a professional powerlifter, marathon runner or the like). So no, you cannot increase height by doing certain exercises. The notion that training basketball or volleyball makes you taller ...


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No. Height is purely genetic. There aren't any exercises you can do that will influence your height.


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The USA is the only country I've been in where nudity in men's locker rooms is almost seen as obscenity and it's totally ridiculous. Locker rooms are meant for changing clothes, showering, taking a sauna, etc. There will be nudity and a nude body is nothing to be ashamed of or frightened by. Every man has a penis I don't care one bit what yours looks like or ...


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To gain weight generally requires you to gain both fat and muscle. The body generally doesn't partition all calories to the muscle (unless you are in your teens with a very lucky hormonal profile or you are taking steroids). The general rule is 1 lb of fat for 1 lb of muscle (1:1 partitioning), also you will probably gain a lb of water and glycogen. If ...


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Gaining mass is a product of a excess food and lifting regularly. Gaining lean muscle is slightly harder. My top tips: Eat regular small meals: 4-6 moderate meals a day, try to stack up on protein (egg, meat, fish), carbs (potatoes (baked preferrably - not deep fried) rice and pasta (opt for wholemeal)) + VEGGIES (yes you need them, the nutrients from ...



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