Does Lifting Weights Make You Stop Growing?

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Lifting weights is a great way to exercise. Some urban legends say that lifting weights will stop your growth, but this is absolutely untrue. The fact is, lifting weights actually promotes muscle growth and physical growth, by naturally releasing human growth hormone throughout the body.
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