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Weight Lifting Stretch Marks

By Nicky Pilkington

Of the common ways that people develop stretch marks, weight lifting is probably in the top three. When you lift weights your skin has to stretch to accommodate for the extra skin that is needed. Most of your body is able to keep up, but sometimes your body is unable to produce a sufficient amount of collagen to handle the additional growth. The problem with weight lifting and stretch marks is that you can develop the scarring in numerous places, including your arms, stomach, buttocks, and thighs.

If you are considering lifting weights and are concerned about developing stretch marks, there are a few tips that may help you reduce your risk of developing weight lifting stretch marks. You first want to make sure that you take your time. Try a moderate approach to weight lifting as opposed to an aggressive one, which will result in you increasing your muscle too fast. Keeping your skin hydrated can also thwart weight lifting stretch marks. In addition to these steps, you should also moisturize your skin.

About the author:
Detailed information about stretchmarks, including tips on stretchmark avoidance and treatment, and also reviews of skin treatment products both traditional and new is available at http://www.stretch-mark-removal.org


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