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A toddler isn't really capable of learning karate. It requires knowledge and understanding, as well as good balance and muscle. Moderate exercise is good at any age and is not likely to affect their growth.

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โˆ™ 10y ago

Training in any sport does not change one's growth, unless it is done improperly and causes injuries. Proper exercise help promote growth and stimulate the body to grow bigger muscles, stronger bones and more flexibility.

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โˆ™ 11y ago

I have done karate for 4 years now and that is where I've done my best growing.

There has been no link between karate and not growing, it is good exercise something that promotes growth.

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โˆ™ 9y ago

No more than any other sport or physical activity affects growth. Improved flexibility, health and strength are good things for physical growth, not bad.

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โˆ™ 10y ago

Not specifically. Any exercise improves overall fitness, which in a growing youth can be beneficial, but you wouldn't be able to credit karate with any additional growth.

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