Appositional growth occurs on the surface of bones and adds a series of layers to increase the diameter or thickness.
Weight training increases the amount of Growth Hormone produced by the pituitary gland. The hormone that increases your height.
no it does not, unless you happen to injure yourself in a way that it affects a growth plate
stunted growth can be one of the affects
You don't gain weight in order to get muscle. You overload your muscles with heavy weight training, and then eat more to fuel the muscle growth.
People can build muscle growth by weight lifting and weight training can help you out too .stronglifts.com/how-to-build-muscle-mass-guide/ this online site can be of help with this one too .
It is advised that one does not do weight training until he/she is 16, for the purposes of proper growth and development during teen years
There is no evidence that weight lifting stunts growth. In fact, bones can become stronger from the exercise. Science has proved that weight training will not stunt your growth even if you start at as young as 10 years old. The real danger is if your not supervised and have bad form injuries may occur.
yes it does weight training shapes ur body. It boost ur metabolism to enhance fat loss, also it causes ur muscles to fatigue and forces growth.
With disuse, lean muscle mass will decrease. This results in a lower metabolic weight, which can translate into fat gain. Except for illness or injury, there's no reason ever to stop strength training--even into your 90's. Make it a lifelong habit if you can. .
The simple answer to the question is yes you can but it depends. Typically you should not do speed training before weights primarily because speed training should be done when you fresh (not fatigued) Doing weighs before will tire you. However, there is a training effect called "Potentiation" which basically mean that if you excite your muscles through weight training before you do a sprinting effort your muscle will produce more power than without the stimulation - more force means that you will run faster. Of course care has to taken with how heavy the weight is and the volume of the session.