Things always seem to get more complicated as time goes on, and it’s no different with exercises. Where once you had maybe a few basic exercises to think about, now we have hundreds of different exercises and fitness systems to consider.
The good news is that when it comes to exercises that involve gaining height, simple is the name of the game, and these techniques often require no training equipment of any kind, and no real exhaustive physical workout. Perseverance and dedication to perform them as often as required are all it takes to gain those desired inches.
Here we′ll detail three such workouts that you can begin to perform immediately with little fuss, and that will over time lead to increased height, possible posture improvements, and other positive health effects as well.
1.Side Stretch - This is a very simple stretching exercise the likes of which you probably perform nearly every morning when you get out of bed, linking your hands together and thrusting them up into the air.
With this same method, stretch your arms over your head and then to each side as far as you can, without turning your back. Hold that position for a good 20-30 seconds, and you’re good to go.
2. Lower Back and Buttocks Stretch - This stretch is performed while lying flat on your back. Reach for each knee and pull it up and as close to your body as possible, while keeping your back as flat on the ground as you can. Do this with each leg for 20-30 seconds.
3. Free Hang - This stretch can be performed from any place where you can hang off the ground. The trick to this stretch is to release as much of the tension from your arms and shoulders as you can, while still holding yourself up. Try to do this for 20 seconds at a time, 3 times each day.
These stretches should get your limbs burning the first few times you use them, after which point they should become more routine. You should also notice that with the stretches, your flexibility will slowly increase, giving you greater range, and increasing your performance of the exercise itself. Height gain won’t be far behind, and should occur after 4-6 weeks.