If you are training for big muscles then do more weight and less reps (2-3 reps). Anything higher than 6-8 reps will only contribute to endurance.
Same question from me too. Will gymming in teenage years inhibit growth?
yah, dont do weight before 19, unless u have thinn bones and very little muscle. even so, it should not be done before 16.
on the other hand, push/pull /seat ups u can start from as young as age 5.
There is no hard and fast age rule for that. If you can handle that, taking safety into consideration, you are good to go.
^^ start from low weight (2kg dumbbells ) then go up .... after 2-3 month you should be able to de biceps curls with 7-8 kgs. do biceps, triceps, and chest exercises (bench press,butterfly etc), shoulders and little wighted squats 4-5 days a week. and see what happends after 6 month.
i was able to increase my weight from 55 to 64 kgs - thats 9 kgs all muscle and some bones. i m 6' and it feels better now, with better strength, balance, stamina etc.
It could have been conveyed in polite manner. I'm no expert. I can commit mistakes. It'd be nice of you remove the insulting elements from your post. There's no good in quarreling, so chill man !
I had a question in my mind since ages. Does going to gym and doing exercises dealing with heavy weights during teenage inhibit height growth. (answer it politely please)
yeah yeah we must be polite all the time.really sorry for that.i apologise.But neither good is little knowledge as some one once said 'little knowledge is a dangerous thing'@Nanducob
time for a chill pill eh? you'd take it yourself?