Thursday, February 18, 2010

Is It Safe To Have A Treadmill On The 2nd Floor What Can I Do If I May Have Stunted My Growth?

What can i do if i may have stunted my growth? - is it safe to have a treadmill on the 2nd floor

I'm pretty sure I slowed down my growth, I worked hard and can cause the damage on my chest and stomach.

I think the training of a loss of fat is composed of representatives of more heart out (and I will) the muscles in the legs.

Nevertheless, it is good to make a 3-day, to do which, basically,

Day 1

Seat wall squats, 20 minutes with high resistance to build muscles

Day 2

30 minutes on the treadmill, swim 45 minutes

Day 3

Any body - plates, sheets, plates, sitting on the wall, biceps curls, lat Milestones

25 minutes by bike

I have every other day for hockey is enough. Is this good for this year?

Is there anything I can doto continue my development as a supplement (which is safe) or an exercise?

Basically 2 questions:

1) Is it safe to fat loss / definition of education?

2) Is what I improve for my growth (ie, it supplements) exercise?


Pitbull said...

u have not slowed their growth, if you please your young lol, this guy has to drink no time to eat only 13, but much more vitamins and protein, and milk.

This way of working is very good for his age, keep it up and you look like John Cena lol

lv_consu... said...

Resistance training does not stunt growth. no medical evidence that supports these claims. just because his brother is 14 years old, 6'0 does not mean that it will be so great.

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