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ShadowX114 2003-12-22 13:59

I don't want to stay like that!!!
 
ok, you might say it's a stupid or funny topic but i don't care, this problem is serious for me.
Here we go, I'm 16 but I'm short. People says that my face looks like a 16 years old but as a body im a bit short. I'm the shortest guy between my friends. They are all 3cm taller than me(I know it's not a lot but they are also kind of short :)
It pisses me off :mad: The thing that pisses me off even more is that I do excercices but there's no change(well of course there is but not really much). Anyway, I think the problem is that I don't eat a lot. So I will work on that but of course eating KFC, hot-dogs and stuff like that, won't help me out. So anyone know what kind of food should I eat?

Please :help:

thanks

Icehellion 2003-12-22 14:04

well, you already went through puberty (im assuming). Eat protein (fish, chicken, meat, in that order, preferrably not fried) and work out.

p3psi 2003-12-22 14:15

hahaha, i thought you were talking about something else there. I was like: "What, you compare sizes with a ruler?> 3 cm isnt that much?"

oh, you're talking about heigher..... dont mind me, im dirty

corp20 2003-12-22 14:25

Hehehe. I never had that prob. I'm 6'1 and 17. :) What is your height exactly? I know a lot of people how are 5 feet tall. Don't feel bad about your height, unless you are getting your ass beat daily, it really doesn't matter. Well being tall is sometimes a plus with the ladys....... SOMETIMES!

Oh yeah! You being small just make other parts look bit bigger. :)

LynnieS 2003-12-22 14:35

Do you want to grow in height or what? Height is pretty much a non-issue; I don't know of any way that you can add inches to your height short of surgery, and truthfully, I would, if I were you, stay off of the operating table.

Don't eat junk food too much. All that'll get you is inches around the waistline and ass. IMHO, you're better off eating well-balanced meals and going to gym. I consider free weights better than Nautilus machines, but that's just my opinion. Regardless, just make sure that you're doing the exercises correctly, or you'll hurt yourself. Get a personal trainer for a couple of sessions if you're really unsure of what you're doing.

If you're going to exercise a lot, you'll... damage, I guess that's the word for it - your muscles, so I'd eat foods (protein?) that'd help them recover and rebuild.

Everything above is my $0.02, and if you're not sure about something, ask a professional!

p3psi 2003-12-22 14:43

drink lots of milk. i knew this one dude that drank a gallon of milk a day (he also worked out everyday and played sports), and he's about 6'5 and built like a horse, and im not exaggerating.

corp20 2003-12-22 15:03

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Originally Posted by LynnieS
Do you want to grow in height or what? Height is pretty much a non-issue; I don't know of any way that you can add inches to your height short of surgery, and truthfully, I would, if I were you, stay off of the operating table.

Actually there is a procedure to grow taller. Something weird like breaking your legs and add some substance that acts like bone and reseting your bones. Something like that..... I don't full know. But what I do know is that is it nasty.

MwyC 2003-12-22 15:47

yeah i heard about that too
it takes something like half a year after the procedure to be able to move properly again
and you only gain and extra ~2% of your height

LynnieS 2003-12-22 15:53

Really? I haven't heard about the procedure. The only one that I was aware of being practiced deals with:

1. breaking your leg bones,

2. clamping some kind of a holder to keep the pieces steady to allow the break to not heal crookedly and to keep the pieces apart, and

3. your having to manually twist this holder every week or two to make sure that the break remains apart.

The bone basically keep growing at the site of the break till you've reached the target height, and you can let it heal. Like I said, not something you want to try if you're already at a reasonable height.

corp20 2003-12-22 16:01

I'm not too sure that the one I mention was in "practical use". It maybe being worked on as we speak.....

Hellychan 2003-12-22 16:04

Drink milk, play basket ball and don't spend too much time in front of your computer! :D

Vulkar 2003-12-22 16:11

At your local GNC, you can find protein shakes, and body mass builder, etc. Look for the bottles with extremely muscular men on it.

LynnieS 2003-12-22 16:11

Umm, I'm 5'8", and I sit in front of a computer all day... Much to my dismay, I might add. :)

Re Vulkar's suggestion, don't those shakes and such just provide you with a ton of calories? You'll still need to go to the gym to work them off, or I suspect that you'll gain the wrong kind of mass.

:topicoff: Edit - Whoa. Talk about "Big Brother is watching you." Did anyone know that if you go into someone's profile, you can see what action he's performing at that time? Cool, but scary.

corp20 2003-12-22 16:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hellychan
Drink milk, play basket ball and don't spend too much time in front of your computer! :D

My older brother sits in front of the computer all day...... AND I'M TALLER THAN HE IS!!!! HAHAHAHAHA!!!! I throw that in his face almost daily. :)

Hellychan 2003-12-22 16:25

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Originally Posted by LynnieS
Umm, I'm 5'8", and I sit in front of a computer all day... Much to my dismay, I might add. :)

Hmm... Did you sit on front of your comp all day when you were growing?
If yes, then all I can say is that there are some exceptions in life :p


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Originally Posted by corp20
My older brother sits in front of the computer all day...... AND I'M TALLER THAN HE IS!!!! HAHAHAHAHA!!!! I throw that in his face almost daily. :)

LOL! :heh:

fenrihr 2003-12-22 16:25

sitting in front of a computer really doesn't have much to do with it, nutrition does a little bit. but the biggest part is genetics.... so until we figure out how to manipulate your genetics, re-grow a body, then transplant your consciouness into it.... you're most likely stuck that way...

but hey.... do whatever.

jir0 2003-12-22 16:28

or you can move to a country with relatively short people, make new friends, and you'll be the tall guy. or probably you just haven't hit your growth spur yet, guys have it until they're 22 to completely loose hope, you're probably just a late bloomer, like my cousin, he used to be below my nose, and i see him a year later, he's wearing size 42 shoes and now i'm at his chin level...in btw, i'm like 5'4. so, stop worrying so much, mental stress hurts your growth. also, get sufficient sleep, since that's when your brain secretes the '______' [sorry for forgetting its scientific name...it's just that we never use it in daily life.] on average, the whole secretion thing happens between 11:00pm to 2:00am, just make sure you sleep during that time frame and do a lot of exercise. 16 is way too early to be on a diet.

corp20 2003-12-22 16:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by fenrihr
sitting in front of a computer really doesn't have much to do with it, nutrition does a little bit. but the biggest part is genetics.... so until we figure out how to manipulate your genetics, re-grow a body, then transplant your consciouness into it.... you're most likely stuck that way...

but hey.... do whatever.

Did you watch First Wave? Sci-Fi.

wnkryo 2003-12-22 16:35

Just keep telling your self...

http://server5.uploadit.org/files2/221203-990698.bmp



j/k :D

corp20 2003-12-22 16:38

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Originally Posted by wnkryo

LOL :heh:
Funny stuff. :)


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