Here you can see some of the grow taller exercises that may supplement human growth. As with any other exercise program, the key to success is dedication and persistence.
Lastly, these exercises will help improve your posture and flexibility in addition to the possibility of increasing height. It is important that you consult your doctor if you have any questions. You can also integrate these with your own exercising plan. Now let’s go over these height increasing exercises:
Hanging: There is nothing complicated to hanging. You simply hang from a bar. This helps to lengthen and straighten your spine. It is recommended that you hang for at least 30 minutes a week. If you want your back and shoulders to get wider and have V-Taper, use wider grip. A wider grip is harder though.
The Bow Down: Stand with your hands on your hips. Keep your hands on your hips and bend forward as far as possible, leading with your head. Don’t bend your knees and keep your chin off your chest. Each repetition should last between 4-8 seconds.
Basic Leg Stretch: While sitting down, spread your legs far apart. Reach for your toes. Try to keep your knees as straight as possible. Now move into reaching for the toes on the other leg. Be sure to keep your spine straight and move from your hips. Do not arch the upper spine. This stretch works both your spine and legs. Each repetition should last between 6-15 seconds.
Cobra: Lie on the floor face down with palms on the floor under your shoulders. Begin to arch your spine up leading with your chin. Arch as far back as possible. Each repetition should last between 5-30 seconds.
Super Cobra: Start with your arms perpendicular to the floor, and the spine arched (the end position of the cobra). Now blend your hips and bring your body up into an inverted ‘V’ position. While you are doing that, tuck your chin against your chest. Return to the original position. Each repetition should last between 10-20 seconds.
Two Straight Legs Up: Lying face down with your palms down and on the sides, raise both your legs up together as high as possible. Keep your feet together. Each repetition should last 3 seconds.
Touch Toes: Standing with your hands high above your head, bend over and touch your toes. Keep your legs as straight as possible. You can bend your knees a little if need to. Each repetition should last between 2-3 seconds.
Lying down with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor as close to your butt as possible, grab your ankles and hold onto them while you rise your hips up and arch your spine, lifting your abs towards the ceiling. Lift your abs as high as possible. Go back down. If you can’t hold onto your ankles, keep your arms to the side and use them to push yourself up. Each repetition should last between 3-10 seconds. This stretch may be hard to do at first, but be persistent even if you can’t do it completely right at first.
The Table: Sit down on the floor with your legs straight. With your torso straight, place the palms of your hands on the floor next to your butt. Then tuck your chin against your chest. Now bring your head back as far as it will go. While doing that, raise your body so that your knees bend while the arms stay straight. The torso and upper legs will be straight and horizontal to the floor. Your arms and lower legs will be perpendicular to the floor. You will be the shape of a table. This is another hard stretch for some. If you can’t do it right away, just do the best you can, eventually you will be able to do it with ease. Each repetition should last between 8-20 seconds.
Wall Stretch: Standing up against a wall, reach your hands up as high as possible while getting onto your tip toes. Keep your spine flat against the wall as much as possible. Each repetition should last between 4-6 seconds. This stretch is harder than it looks because your spine is flat against the wall.
Other grow taller exercises that will help your human growth hormones stimulate your growth include Cycling, Swimming, Jumping Rope, Sprints and Kicking.
By: Jo Ashford
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