Haven't you studied biology at school
Chelseakid08 wrote:Haven't you studied biology at school
Just what I need to here the night before a major biology exam
Anway you are wrong humans stop growing at 18-20 years as this graph shows
growth stops in b/w 18 to 22. depends on the hormone secretion, there are hormones secretion glands in our brain and in different body part that maintain our body metabolism, it is better to go to a doctor to consult, growth also depends on heredity that how ur father and mother are
Height wise, men are usually their full height by 21, but have potential to grow until 25
Boys stop growing anywhere between ages of 17 and 25. Please also understand that these age limits can be increased by up to 3 to 5 more years of growth for boys
when your puberty begins, which is usually between ages of 8 and 13 for girls, 10 and 15 for boys. The later your puberty begins – the longer you will continue to grow. By the way, during first two years from when the puberty starts, it is normal to expect a very active growth spurt for boys and girls. At this time they can gain as much as 3 to 5 inches (7cm – 12cm) per year.
Genes (microscopic particles that give our body instructions on how it should be developed) were inherited to us from our past generations through our parents and will be inherited from us to our children and future generations. Genes are responsible for the likeliness we have to our parents and close relatives because we share great number of them.
What is interesting, those instructions are more like directions or suggestions and are not “written in stone”. It means that you are an architect of not only your destiny but also your body. In fact, only about 80% of your height is due to genetics, and about 20% - due to other factors! Yes, an average person's height can be different as much as 14 inches (35 cm), or even more, depending on those other factors! In other words, if everything done wrong, a person's final height can be 14 inches shorter than if everything done right (starting from birth)! That is a huge difference!
Age. If a person’s puberty began 4 – 5 years ago, the pace of body’s growth decreases substantially. It does not mean that a person in his late teens or early–mid twenties is unlikely to grow. In fact, most people of that age who know secrets about how to grow taller, increase their growth greatly. It's just the impact of the program is more significant if it is done at younger age. In other words - the sooner you start - the closer you can get to your maximum height potential.
There is such a term as "bone age" which shows how mature your bones are. Your bone age may well be different from your real age, and the less mature your bones are (usually the result of delayed puberty) - the more time they have to grow, more mature - less time. To find-out, doctors usually take X-rays of bones and compare them with bone X-rays of an average person in your age.
How you were raised during first years of your life. You should understand that there are number of factors that not you, but your parents had control over since the moment of conception. It is very important to know especially for parents of a young child.
What about adults? Can a person increase height after bones were completely fused?
The answer is YES, it is possible, completely safely and naturally. Just keep in mind that after bone plates were fused, bones can no longer grow. There are other ways however to make it work. An average adult can permanently increase body's length by 1 – 2 inches (2.5 – 5 cm)
Chelseakid08 wrote:also you changed his height to 189cm which makes your arguement less convincing, though you convinced me, If the army doctor says he has than he has in my view
Chelseakid08 wrote:It sucks being short (I am only 5 ft 9), all my friends are growing, many of them are above 6ft (One of mine is the same as Peter Crouch), I barely grown in the last 2 years
Paddy wrote:I take it none of you have seen him play for a full 90 minutes.
Ndrangheta wrote:I've seen all the matches this guy has played for molde (I'm a local fan of the club), and he's far from composed infront of goal. Infact he was probably the least composed striker in any starting 11 in the norwegian league when he played for Molde. Think the answer should be dropping his shot accuracy alot. But not his ST, as he could score goals from difficult angles. He's a better finisher with his head than his feet, and an -ok- target man. But his not especially good with his left foot (at least not in Molde).
Far from a good passer of the ball. His passing foot is not dead, But in general he made alot of bad decisions. He actually lacks vision on the field, and rearly saw teammates in better positions.
One thing i should point out is his work rate. Every time he played a winger he destroyed the opposition back, both offensively and defensively.
In general a hard working guy, blessed with speed and the right attitude, but might not be the most technical and might not have the best overview.
And also: Our captain, Daniel Berg Hestad, is 186cm and Mame's fellow countryman, Pape Pate Diouf is 187cm. He's as tall as these guys. And when he played for Molde his official height on their website was 186cm.
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