How long is a typical workout for you?

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How long is a typical workout for you?

  1. 20-29 minutes

    1.5%
  2. 30-39 minutes

    7.3%
  3. 40-49 minutes

    16.8%
  4. 50-59 minutes

    14.6%
  5. 60-69 minutes

    19.7%
  6. 70-79 minutes

    13.9%
  7. 80-89 minutes

    6.6%
  8. 90-99 minutes

    10.2%
  9. 100-109 minutes

    2.9%
  10. 110-119 minutes

    2.9%
  11. 2 hours +

    3.6%
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  1. T-R-T

    T-R-T New Member

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    On average...
     
  2. kilian

    kilian You've got quite a treasure there in that Horadric OT Supporter

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    1-1.5 hours
     
  3. TZ

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    90 minutes around

    i do some dynamic warmups n' other warmup stuff, and then i usually take long rests between sets on my first and second exercise because im trying to hit a certain poundage
     
  4. lif

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    not enough options
     
  5. MaineSucks

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    heavy days for us will take upwards of 2.5 hours. we'll go in groups of 2-3 for the main movement. Those lifters do nothing but lift for their sets. everyone else spots, loads, and adjusts rack heights. You return the favor for everyone else, doing accessory work in between.

    dynamic bench day is usually 2-3 of us and we'll be done in ~45-hour


    Our dynamic squat session took over three hours last week. couple people using bands, couple people using straight weight, and a couple people using chains. 6-10 sets per group and then accessory work. that was a long day.
     
  6. slurpster

    slurpster FLESHY FLAP VALVE NAVIGATOR OT Supporter

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    about 3 hours, 5 days a week including cardio
     
  7. Mitchj

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    I try to go full out for just under an hour.
     
  8. lif

    lif New Member

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    Sure hoping your taking a sugar / protein shake during that 3 hours.
     
  9. TKEBoss

    TKEBoss Nelson Sexors

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    90 mins.
     
  10. Phineas Q Stork

    Phineas Q Stork Active Member

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    i somehow manage to do about 4 exercises in 2.5 hours
     
  11. alwayz

    alwayz OT F+N lurker crew

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    45-1 hour:wiggle:
     
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    Do you take a nap between sets or something? :eek3:


    I take around 2 hours, 6 days a week.
     
  13. KIDRR

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    45min to an hr if I'm not doing abs

    Hr to 115 if I'm doing abs

    Don't do cardio
     
  14. Plan B

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    Depends if i use the sauna, swim, what cardio i do, etc..
     
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    as long as it takes.
     
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    Boxing is usually a little under two hours a day, then I bike another 30-40 minutes to and back from the gym.
     
  17. Mike McDermott

    Mike McDermott It's evolution, baby. OT Supporter

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    ~2.5 hours if I'm doing track work on that day.
    ~60-75 minutes if it's just weights.
     
  18. Drewski

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    depends on the day. chest, 30min max; back & legs, 45min; arms/shoulders, 1.5-2hrs
     
  19. slurpster

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    i'll eat a meal in the middle, usually chicken and veggies.
     
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    bout an hour
     
  21. Hamster

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    Averages about 45 minutes to an hour including warm up.
     
  22. xela

    xela So say we all!

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    90 minutes to 2 hours.

    Four hours on Sunday.
     
  23. Man Bear Pig

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    a hour of heavy stuff training and then 40 minutes of others exercises such as rotator cuff strengthening, abs, pull downs, inclines, hypers, etc.
     
  24. JeremyD

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    When I train more frequently, typically an hour. When I train less frequently, around 1.5 hours.
     
  25. sprite

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    45 minutes of LISS in the morning 5x/week
    45 weights 3x/week
     
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