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I'm in high school and we have weight training these days. We are lifting very heavy weights, and I wonder if that'll stunt my height growth, please, someone please give me an answer...
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replied March 19th, 2004
There is no scientific proof that I have found that says lifting can stunt your growth. I have heard that lifting as a child(before puberty) can have that affect, but that may just be a rumor.
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replied September 17th, 2018
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Of course it does. The more and more will be the load, the more it will affect your growth.
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