Fitness Plans

Grow Taller by 3 to 6 Inches

Exercises that will increase your height naturally at any age.

You have a desire to grow tall and add a few inches to your height naturally through exercises. Whatever your age may be, the exercises given here will help you gain extra height naturally. These workouts are scientifically proven to increase height even after puberty. Height majorly depends on your genes and also diet. To grow taller naturally a person requires a healthy, balanced diet and good sleep.

Vertical Hanging

All you need to have is a solid bar strong enough to hold an individual, fixed at least 7 feet above the ground such that the distance between your feet and the floor is atleast 4-6 inches. Hold your arms neither closer nor wider and start hanging. Hold as long as you can, and as you begin to tire, slowly swing back and forth and try to touch the ground with your feet. This will flex your spine and elongate it, so that you can add few inches to your height

Make sure that you flex your spine while stretching, and not merely twisting your wrists

Perform the Workout 3 times a week for optimal results

Forward Spine Stretch

Sit up tall on a mat. Your legs are extended about shoulder width apart, and your feet are flexed. Reach the top of your head but let your shoulders stay relaxed. Inhale and extend your arms out in front of you and slowly bend forward and try to touch the tips of your toes.

Do 3-4 repetitions and hold each stretch for 10-15 seconds

SQUATS

People who have not done squats before, they may get some height increase, because this is a compound exercise, and will affect the entire body joints to stretch beyond the limits, also this exercise is good to release growth hormones, this also will help people grow their height.

Follow These Steps

  • Stand straight with feet hip-width apart
    Stand with your feet apart, directly under your hips, and place your hands on your hips.
  • Tighten your stomach muscles
    Standing up tall, put your shoulders back, lift your chest, and pull in your abdominal muscles.
  • Lower down, as if sitting
    Bend your knees while keeping your upper body as straight as possible, as if you were lowering yourself onto a seat behind you. Lower yourself as far as you can without leaning your upper body more than a few inches forward.
    Tip: Don’t allow your knees to go too far forward. You don’t want them to stick out past your toes.
  • Straighten your legs
    Being careful not to lock your knees when you reach a standing position, straighten your legs.
  • Repeat the movement
    Repeat for three sets of 10 to 15 reps..
    Tip: Stretch your arms out in front of you for added balance during squats.
Disclaimer: All plans included in this section are generic and would require consultation with an expert before being adopted.