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Vertical Jump can help you to grow tall

Vertical jump is an important skill every successful basketball player needs to master. If you would like to improve your vertical jump, you need absolute dedication and hard work.

One of the best ways to improve your vertical jump is weight training. The stronger your leg muscles are the higher you will be able to jump. Squats, leg presses, leg extensions, and leg curls are some exercises that can improve your leg strength. If you have access to weight equipment, start using it to build your leg muscles immediately. Not only will you be able to vastly improve your vertical jump, but you will become quicker and stronger on defense. Another great help is the good old fashioned jump rope. Spend 10 minutes a day using it and your vertical jump will improve.

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Tall, short - or got a small head? Here's what your physique reveals about your health

We all know it's important to keep an eye on your waistline because of the risk of diabetes and heart disease, but it's not the only measurement that matters.

From your height to your foot size, body dimensions can indicate a wealth of information about your risk of conditions, from cancer through to dementia and heart disease.

Researchers at Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine in Korea found that the taller you are, the higher your risk of developing cancer. Here, ROGER DOBSON examines what the latest research has found about your vital statistics.


Breast cancer

Women over 5ft 9in may be more likely to develop breast cancer and to die from it.

Two American studies found that tall women have an increased risk. One possible explanation is that hormones that affect women's height may also cause an increase in the amount of milk duct tissue in the breast.

Most breast tumours arise from this tissue and the more ducts, the greater the susceptibility to breast cancer.

Prostate cancer

Men over 6ft have an increased risk of prostate cancer.

In the study at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, in the U.S., 22,000 men were monitored for more than 12 years. Men over 6ft tall had a 59 per cent increased risk compared to men under 5ft 7in. A study at Bristol University showed that every four inches of extra height was associated with a 6 per cent increased risk.

One theory is that growth factors are involved. Taller men tend to have higher levels of insulin-like growth factor-I or IGF-1, and higher levels have been linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer.

Pancreatic cancer

Men over 6ft 1in, and women over 5ft 6in have an 81 per cent increased risk.

Each additional inch in height was found to increase the risk of pancreatic cancer by between 6 and 10 per cent, said researchers at the U.S. National Cancer Institute. According to a report from Washington University, it might be related to the fact that the same hormones and other factors that make people grow might also increase the chance of abnormal cell growth.


Breast cancer

Women with bigger feet (the average UK shoe size is a five), trunk and shoulder breadth in childhood had a greater risk of breast cancer, according to a study at Bristol University. An increased foot size might be linked to greater calorie intake during childhood, which has been linked to an increased risk of breast cancer.


Heart attack

Short men (under 5ft 7in) are much more likely to suffer heart attacks than men over 6ft 1in, according to a Harvard University report. The taller men were 35 per cent less likely to suffer a heart attack. Every inch of additional height also reduced the risk by 2 to 3 per cent.

Another American study found that short men had a 60 per cent greater risk of a heart attack than men 6ft 1in or taller. One theory is that shorter people might have correspondingly smaller arteries that are more vulnerable to the blocking effects from fatty deposits that can trigger heart attacks.

Stomach cancer

Shorter people are more likely to develop this disease, possibly because the cancer is linked to infection with Helicobacter pylori, the bacteria also associated with stomach ulcers. It's thought that having the bacteria in childhood might lead to a slowing in growth, say researchers at Bristol University.

High blood pressure

Shorter height and leg length are associated with higher blood pressure in men and women. A British study followed 3,000 people since birth; the greater the leg length, the lower the risk of high blood pressure.

Poor nutrition in childhood might be to blame, because smaller arteries might be more prone to high blood pressure. 'This backs up the theory that people with restricted growth in the first years of life might be more susceptible to the effects of ageing on the arteries,' say researchers at University College London.



Smaller head size and shorter legs and arms might be linked to an increased risk.

In a study of elderly women, a fifth of those with a large head size (circumference of 57-58 centimetres) had signs of dementia, compared to 70 per cent of those with the smallest heads (51-52 centimetres). Meanwhile, a German study of men and women found that head circumference below average (the average head size for a man is 58cm and a woman 55cm) was significantly associated with dementia.

One theory is that bigger heads might have a greater number of nerve cells within the brain, making them less vulnerable to degeneration - the cerebral reserve capacity hypothesis.

A link between shorter leg and arm length and higher risk of dementia has also been found by researchers at Chonnam National University Medical School, Korea. One theory is that shorter limbs might be a visible sign of poor nutrition in early life, which also impacted on the development of the brain.



People with longer legs are less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes, while those with short legs have a 20 per cent increased risk of the disease. Research at Bristol University, based on 4,200 men and women, showed that each 4.3cm increase of leg length resulted in a 19 per cent reduced risk of diabetes.

Leg length is an indicator of early childhood environmental circumstances, in particular of infant nutrition. Poor nutrition has also been linked to diabetes.


Autism and ADHD, mental illness/depression

A range of disorders has been linked to the length of fingers, and in particular the ratio between index and ring fingers. The ratio is thought to be a marker of what was happening hormonally in the womb when the foetus developed.

It's thought a relatively long ring finger is a sign that the foetus was exposed to higher levels of the male hormone testosterone, while a relatively long index finger is a marker of the female hormone, oestrogen.

Conditions associated with a long ring finger compared to the index include autism and ADHD. Those associated with a longer index include depression.

Males, who are more likely to develop autism and ADHD, tend to have a longer ring finger relative to their index finger.

Exposure to certain hormones might increase or reduce the risk of certain conditions and traits.

'It has been suggested that autism may arise as the result of exposure to high concentrations of prenatal testosterone,' say researchers at Liverpool University.


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How important is height for a female in a management career?

I am a petite, 5'3 100 pd. female. I've read articles that height is important if you are in high level management positions because people take you more seriously. I am considering entering a career in marketing, public relations, sales or business management. Am I going to have a hard time getting respect and authority if I am short and petite? Is height more important for men in management positions? As long as I'm intelligent and assertive, should my height matter? Can short, petite women still be successful in these types of careers?

From lisa

Best Answer

A definite No. It is perceived as such. Knowledge and experience in the field of your endeavor,personality,effective public speaking and people that you surround yourself with of like mind is key. Oh yes, do dress for success.

Do not accept the perception of Height. If you do accept it,what will you use as an excuse when you take your first (if any) failure.

my friend was 5'4. She was excellent at management. made a high 5 figure income and was attributed to what I stated above. She at first had that height perception,but with each success and my encouragement she gained confidence, with that came advancements, and thousands of friends and colleges etc.
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