Can The Gym Inhibit Height Growth?
Night, I am a teenager aged 15 years and less than 140 years old, I want to ask if my gym can inhibit my height or not? What exactly can we do to exercise can increase my height? If I do gym, what is the recommended nutritional intake for me?
A person's height is determined by the genetic talent inherited from both parents, while providing nutritious food and sports such as swimming, playing basketball, may help increase height, however, genetic factors have the biggest role.
The approximate maximum height of girls is [(father's height -12.7) + mother's height] then the result is divided by 2. As for boys it is [(mother's height + 12.7) + father's height] then the result is for 2.
The peak point of height growth occurs at puberty, namely boys around the age of 13-14 years, while girls are 11-12 years old, and the increase in height will end at the age of 18-20 years in men, while in women it will be ends at 15-16 years.
The gym itself generally focuses on repetitive / repetitive movements that aim to build body muscles, not stretching. So that is the type of exercise that is preferred is swimming, basketball, cycling, and yoga. Good nutritional intake is food that meets the rules of balanced nutrition.
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