Once you’re ready to take the intensity up a notch, you can add 1-2 interval sessions per week. These don’t have to be super long, and can actually precede your aerobic cardio. After a brief warmup, do 10 minutes alternating 30 seconds on (pushing as hard as possible) with 30 seconds off. Then follow up with another 20-30 minutes of easy cardio. It’s best not to do cardio and weightlifting on the same day. If you ever do, then it’s best to focus on the weights first followed by 20-30 minutes of light cardio at the end. Learn more about aerobic vs anaerobic training here.
One of the most common questions asked about HGH is whether it can make users grow taller. Between the ages of about 12 and 18, your body is still growing. During this time, the administration of HGH can help you add inches to your height. As such, HGH is an essential part of therapy for children who have growth disorders such as dwarfism. However, between 18 and 21 years old, growth plates on your bones fuse together and essentially “lock” your height. Administering HGH may cause individual bones in your body to thicken, but it will not lengthen them.
For children, these reactions should not be in balance. In a child, the anabolic reactions have to be greater than the catabolic. Boys start their growth spurt after girls. That’s why when they are in 7th or 8th grade, the girls are still taller than the boys. The boys change a couple years after the girls. Guys may gain 2-3 inches in that growth spurt between 14-17 years of age. During that growing period they will eat up all the food in your refrigerator. They are growing like crazy during that time. But what happens to both boys and girls at 18-19 is that if they keep eating the same way, they won’t grow taller anymore but only wider. This is the phenomena everybody notices.