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User avatar #1457 - ratboii (06/13/2012) [-]
Got a question here

I'm still growing and was told not to lift because it will stunt your growth. I'm a little over weight and wanted to bulk but thought that's stupid, why not just lose weight then gain muscle correct?
#1565 to #1457 - verby (06/14/2012) [-]
If you're over 14, you can lift without worrying about that. You're fine
User avatar #1638 to #1565 - ratboii (06/15/2012) [-]
I'm 16
User avatar #1474 to #1457 - sharkpat (06/13/2012) [-]
Whatever you do don't be lifting if you want to be as big/tall as possible.
User avatar #1532 to #1474 - ratboii (06/14/2012) [-]
ok now lets go more indepth

When I say lift I mean like bench press. Is doing stuff with dumb bells ok? I'm currently using 10kg dumb bells, is that ok?

idk how tall I am but I'm in between 160 and 170 centimetres. My weight shifts from 73 to 78 kg depending if I eat shit that week or not and also if I train or not. atm I'm 77kg

#1553 to #1532 - anon (06/14/2012) [-]
That means you are overweight, therefore work out. Just loose weight, being fat will stunt your growth A LOT more than being active. Just eat 1.5 grams pr kilo of your bodyweight and run+lift you will se wonders. Fervor signing out
User avatar #1538 to #1532 - sharkpat (06/14/2012) [-]
Try workout with your own body weight and cardio exercises (running, swimming, hiking). I would generally stay away from weights and use my own body until I stopped growing.
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