Men’s Health Magazine Grow Taller Tips Demonstration

March 6, 2011 by  
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In This Video Lance & Ash Demonstrate 3 Grow Taller Exercises From The January/February edition of Men’s Health Magazine…For More FREE tips go to

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9 Responses to “Men’s Health Magazine Grow Taller Tips Demonstration”
  1. xxlinexxable says:

    This stuff really works i grew have an inch in less than a month. I noticed when i went to the doctors and not too long before this recent checkup i measured 5’1 now im 5’1 and a half 🙂 i was so happy and now im trying my hardest to grow at least an inch or two. There is probably still a possibility since i just turned 18. Thanks a lot you guys.

  2. Cxeri93 says:

    You can still gain 2 more inches so you reach 5’7. just work hard..
    my father is 5’6 and i’m 5’9. im aiming for 6’1

  3. 420uzair says:

    @WarhawkGamer hi i am 17 and 5’5 will this work for me? my father is 5’5 and my mother is 5’0 .

  4. 420uzair says:

    are the results permanent?

  5. MoneyRizzle51iZz0h says:

    this will work if im 23??

  6. WarhawkGamer says:

    I stretch 3 times a day, Day-Mid day-Night , i stretch for 15 minutes.
    i did this for 2 weeks and i grew 1,2 cm. half an inch. so it WORKS great!!

  7. Renec10 says:

    Thanks for the tips, appreciate it.
    PS: The guy to the left has the body of Ryan Reynolds. ;

  8. Cxeri93 says:

    me too

  9. omarijet says:

    I like this!!!!!

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