Finally, someone did it! Some trendy gym called Gymbox is offering a workout program called A-grow-bics that guarantees to make you taller.
This height growth workout utilizes a host of techniques designed to get you taller.
Up to 2″ taller in fact, and in only 6 weeks.
The program was founded by fitness trainer Pierre Pozzuto who himself grew from 5′ 7″ to 5′ 9″.
When he was 26 years old, Pierre, who was always unsatisfied with his stature, followed a series of exercises designed to make him grow taller.
After growing 2″ within a few months, he founded this program for others who also want to get taller. Currently, A-grow-bics is available in the Farringdon (London) GymBox location.
FOR THOSE WHO AREN’T LIVING IN LONDON, HERE’S A SIMILAR AT-HOME PROGRAM: Grow Taller 4 Idiots
How does A-grow-bics work?
A-grow-bics is a 6-week workout program designed for optimal release of HGH through exercise.
It also involves stretches, specialized equipment, and other specific workouts targeted to help you get taller.
The 6-week course blends together six aspects to promote height growth:
1) The Rack
The rack is a medieval torture device that stretches a person to stretch the spine and induce HGH production.
However, in the case of this workout program, your body is gradually stretched. This works to decompress your spinal cartilages as well as promote HGH and tissue production for stretched muscles.
2) Inversion exercises
Hanging upside down to stretch the spine. This decompresses the spine which stimulates growth by forcing fluids into the space between the vertebrae disks.
This one is easy, so long as you can get yourself into position. Participants have found that along with height gain, these exercises have also improved focus and energy levels.
3) Repeat sprinting
Sprinting in short bursts repeatedly. This causes micro-fractures in the bones which heal stronger and possibly longer.
This concept is the same one used by bodybuilders who perform intense workouts to improve muscle size.
Pilates is incorporated in this workout because it can improve posture and spinal column alignment. Traditionally, this exercise is said to alleviate lower back pain while improving balance.
It also provides muscle conditioning benefits for men and women. So, not only does it help your flexibility and height growth, but it also helps you get leaner.
5) Strength training
Strength training uses weights to improve lean muscle growth by increasing tissue micro-fractures. When this is done with the other workouts, it allows your body to build and stretch the muscle fibers.
In the end, it improves strength, flexibility, and height gain.
6) Intense cardio
HGH production is maximized at a point above lactate threshold intensity, so these exercises put you in that optimal state.
This is done by following intense interval training by using short sprints and cycling for effective GH production.
The stretches and poses inherent in yoga are also some of the key techniques for growing taller. Some of the more important ones are mountain poses, downward-facing dog, simple supported backbends, and simple reclining twists.
Yoga also has several other health benefits like improved concentration, mood, flexibility, balance, and muscle tone.
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Does A-grow-bics work?
According to a newspaper journalist from the Daily Mail, it works.
Contrary to the other ones that just tried out one or two sessions, she stuck through the whole program and gained almost 2″!
Granted, most of the extra height came from a decompressed spine and improved posture and your spine will eventually compress back again.
However, Pierre claims if you keep up the stretches and exercises, at least some of the gains will be permanent.
Who wouldn’t want to add 2 inches to their height, right?
Its almost a dream come true for some shorter people.
So, I checked and GymBox A-grow-bics costs £200 for six 1-hour sessions.
Compared to spending $100,000 and a year of pain for leg lengthening surgery, this is a bargain.
Unfortunately, this program is only available at GymBox’s Farringdon gym.Modified on