I was in my Human Disease class and the lecture covered the pituitary gland and how it controls your height because it produces the human growth hormone which controls your height. I am 5'7'' so you can see why it would interest me. Professor said that the more vigorously you exercise the more HGH the pituitary produces and that it settles at the age of 24 ...I'm 23...
Will vigorous exercise work? What kind of exercises?
I've been noticing girls always chase the 6' tall guys with six packs and then get their hearts broken then go to the "Nice Guy" because he is nice or a "Safe choice" which in turn makes us feel like you chose us as a "Last Resort"
Why not save yourself a heartbreak and pick the nice guy from the beginning?
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Well while vigorous workout might boost those levels, it won't change your change your height by much. Not that late. While everyone has an individual end to their growth period, it's unlikely that you'll be able to grow even an inch in the year you have, even with intensive workout. And women might have many reasons to go for a tall guy, but it's not like all tall guys with six packs are jerks. I mean I'm 6' 4 and am in a good shape and I don't consider myself a jerk though I'm not saying I'm a good candidate for dating. But that's just me. Height or physical fitness isn't what makes a person into something that isn't a "Nice Guy". But as you said it, they might in time go for the "Nice Guy" because they need or want stability more than the excitement they usually crave in a man at least in their youth. Most women want to have a family some day and as such the "Nice Guy" is the best bet for the future of their children and in time they might even fall for the guy. ´But that's just one possibility, they might be so scarred by their heartbreak with "the 6' tall guy with six pack" that they are unable to get over the issue and as such can only take the smaller guy because they think that they won't pull the same thing as the guy before.
But why don't they save themselves the heartbreak? Because you can't know the future. Maybe they will stay together, have a family and be happy. Maybe the girl can change the guy, make his bad habits disappear so that she can keep being with him. Maybe they want to feel the excitement those types of guys bring even with the risk of heartbreak at the end. Every answer is personal. But when you have the guy you like more yet has more risk and the guy you don't like so much, but doesn't present as much of that same risk, many would rather take that risk. It comes with being young you know. I mean if I would have two chances, then I would always go for "the best" and not "the second best".0