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Exercises for
Growing Taller
A Mini-Guide
By Rodney Williams

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Exercises for Growing Taller – A Mini-Guide
by Rodney Williams

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Introduction
Our society places a great deal of importance on height. If you are of a smaller stature, you have undoubtedly felt that you have an unfair disadvantage. However, you have the ability to overcome this challenge and make your body grow. While there are always artificial means, you have probably wondered how to increase height naturally.

The answer is a good exercise regiment, especially one that includes a stretching program designed to increase height. It is important that your exercises focus on the parts of your body that have the most potential to grow.

Your back is quite literally the foundation on which your body is built. Your back, more specifically your spinal column, allows you to hold yourself upright and supports all of your activity.
Your back is a complex structure that makes up for a substantial portion of your overall height. Therefore, the health of your back and spine can have the most impact on your current and potential height.

Your spine basically consists of three components.
Your vertebrae are the 33 sections of bone in your
spine. Your vertebrae essentially stop growing after
adolescence, so it is important that we focus on the
two other components of your spine, the muscles
and cartilage, which have the most potential to
grow.
In between your vertebrae are intervertebral discs
made of cartilage that act as shock absorbers for
the vertebrae and gives your spine flexibility. Your
activity and tension during the day can grind down
the cartilage, squeezing nutrients out of the discs
and compressing them.
On the other hand, when you stretch out your
spine you give your cartilage the opportunity to
soak up fluid from your system and thicken. This
thickening makes you taller.
So an average person, no matter what height he or she is, has the potential to be 2-3 inches taller.

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The muscles in your back maintain your posture, the curve of your spine, and support movement. If your back muscles are weak it can lead to poor posture. If you have poor posture that you are greatly hurting your efforts to become taller. First, people with poor posture normally appear several inches shorter than they actually are. Secondly, poor posture puts more pressure on your spine’s cartilage and compresses the intervertebral discs.

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