How To Grow Taller After Puberty – Two Simple But Effective Methods!

How To Grow Taller After Puberty – Two Simple But Effective Methods!

Puberty is a time where people have their bodies developing, going through changes and growing unfortunately some of us don’t have a great experience as others which have people looking on how to grow taller after puberty. If you were looking through the internet and stumbled on this article then you have most likely been through others which have told you that you can’t grow after puberty which is true to an extent! You can’t actually increase your height properly however in this article I will show you how you can go round with natural backdoor methods that will help you get yourself some extra inches of apparent “non-growable” height.

How It Works…

The two top methods that you can use are sports and stretches! It is scientifically proven that in baseball the pitching arm of the pitcher is up to 3 inches bigger than the other arm due to vigorous exercise! And this was all after puberty as well!

Exercises

With this in mind you don’t want to increase the length of your arm but instead you want to target the areas that can stretch and that will give you some extra height; your spine, your shins and your thighs. These 3 areas can still be lengthened to help provide you with extra height which is why you need to do exercises specific to these areas.

Examples of exercises are jump rope, sprinting and kicking. Each of these when done properly create micro-fractures in the shins and when the body repairs itself it repairs over these coming back longer and stronger giving you the extra height you need. This process won’t happen over time but will instead take time which you should keep in mind so that you can stick to the plan.

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Stretches

Next on how to grow taller after puberty is the use of stretches. Once gain these are specific stretches which target the main three body parts (shins, thighs and spine). The great thing about the stretchers is that they are simple but yet very effective to use and can be used at any time you want. For example an exercise that you can do when you wake up in the morning is as follows…

Stand straight with your feet together and your arm in the air above your head (palms together). Without moving your legs bend at the waist and lean towards the right, hold for 20 seconds and then come back up and go to the left for 20 seconds. Repeat for 2 minutes in the morning.