No. Lifting weights is an excellent exercise and unless done to excess will not be harmful.
No, it shouldn't.
Lifting weights or going rock climbing are the esiest ways to build up muscles in your arm.
Anything you want to do..but if you mean for exercise then you could always do sports. You can run or swim or ride a bike. Lifting weights is about the only way you are going to get bigger though (i mean muscle mass, not skeletal size)
This depends on what type of exercise your doing. Running is going to be higher than lifting weights. To find out there are converters online to help out.
No. It won't. Bones in your body are not going to compress under weight. But it is a known fact that you lose height during the day as the spine compresses. But, that height is regained in the night during sleep. A job lifting heavy objects will have other serious problems like back issues. So, losing height should be the least of your concern.
If you're lifting along with eating you are either eating too much, or not lifting enough. Or, if you aren't lifting weights, you should be.
Heavy weights are lifted easily along a sloping surface than lifting them vertically.
If by maximum height you mean the height you will achieve after your puberty growth then there is no answer. There is no way to tell what your maximum height will be with all the advancements of modern technology. Its not going to happen just having your age and current height to go by.
Doing Push-ups , Situps, Lifting Weights, Eating healthy, going to the gym on a regular basis, and if you want get a work-out trainer ! I hope this helps -Amanda
The answer is Growth is something you get up to like your height and your wight and Development is something like your going to develop. Like for instance, ur height and weight could change because you might be more active then you used to be.
you can have many heights of any age because of the late growth spirt or it is still going to happen