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Some people do lose a lot more than others after all.
But I don't think we can say he lost height because he used heavy weights - he ended his competitive career in his mid 20s after all.
Studies indicate a lot of benefits of weightlifting: Adding strength training into your workout routine plan is great to control bone loss. It improves bone density. I guess as a professional bodybuilder he might be training very frequently and more into a hypertrophy workout and not into a a strenght routine which is better for bones because you also train less and not so frequentely so bones ligaments and tendons don't damage they get even stronger having more time to recover and get stronger.
I mean a strenght program is better because is like: Train smarter.
Train less. For example doing heavy squats 2 times per week but just 2 sets each day since a young age won't make you loose height and It will be amazing for your bones and knees making you so strong with a correct posture.
When you are you have to be smart and train smarter: Train less and shortly like 30 min workouts 3 times a week. You can train heavy with a correct technique an doing this you will recover perfectly. Arnold as all bodybuilders train at least times per week and more into a hypertrophy program where you have to do a lot of exercises per muscle and sets and doing this all his life can't be ideal or good for bones.
I recommend to train heavy till your 40's 50's and then just chill and do more cardio programs. If you've been involved since a kid on fitness or bodybuilding at 50 you can train heavy without any problem.
Trust me! It will help to prevent bone problems when you age. And train days doing some cardio exercises: 30 min walking or cardio bikes. If you can and important.. Stretch every single day and keep walking tall! Not many people do this and you will reduce height loss as you age!
Is it common for bodybuilders to lose a lot of height relatively early, Rob? Or does this only happen to people who do it excessively like Arnold? Editor Rob Think about how much weight he's lifted through his career - a massive amount more than your average man - those discs have taken repeated poundings and stresses over 50 years Depending on how long Arnie lives, he may well go from being a tall man to an average height man.
He was more 6'0. I have watched "Pumping Iron" and no way Arnold was 6'1 and over. I also watched "Stay Hungry".
He looked bigger than he was because those stronge guys and bodybuilders were in the 5'8 5'10 range. Lou was more 6'2.
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Father of Aesthetics. You don't get a lot of selfless and helpful guys in the teen section, so I thank you a lot for this.
Glad I can help guys, will add some more in the future. MyProtein Discount Code: Bought this book last summer and read it like 3 times now haha. Its great. Crazy bump, but awesome! Thanks dude. I was looking for this book like Crazy You made my day.
Holy crap, I just got this from the library, download time. Glad you like them guys!
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AT THE END of the nineteenth century a new interest in musclebuilding arose, not muscle just as a means of survival or of defending oneself; there was a return to the Greek ideal-muscular development as a celebration of the human body.