Usually I take an hour.
When I do upper body only complete the following within an hour.
bench (3 sets of 10)
leg lifts ( 3 sets of 15)
lat pulls (3 sets of 10)
bi cep curls (3 sets of 10)
takes me about 15 mins each exercise. Am I taking too long?
Last edited by Ti1301; 09-26-2002 at 03:19 AM.
usually within an hour or just over. legs take a little longer, but not much.
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mines usually 30-45 mins but i have in home gym and i dont have to wait
actually weight trianing i take about 30-40 minutes. the rest is spent on warm up/cool down etc
I usually take 45 to 60 minutes.
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From in the door to out the door is usually 1 hour 15 minutes or so.
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60 minutes tops 9 out of 10 times. Only problem is if the gym is packed and I have to wait for a bench (on Mondays LOL). Everybody wants to bench on Mondays. Never see them again until next Monday.
Everyone does chest on mondays At the gym, the pecdecks and bench always have lines.(my reason for buying a home gym)
From warmup to finish takes me between 30-60 minutes depending on the day
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Usually 45 - 60 minutes to do a HST full body routine consisting of about 16 sets. Time varies depending on the rep range being used. On the 15's, no less than an hour. On the 5's, no more than 45 mins.
Also I workout at home.
Last edited by Tank23; 09-26-2002 at 07:48 AM.
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45 - 60 minutes. My legs actually take a bit shorter, but are the most taxing.
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Around an hour and 15 minutes when I lift and around 1 hour on cardio days
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never more than an hour
40 - 60 minutes, never more than an hour.
Everyone on this site knows that I train for at least 5 hours per session. I perform at least 50 sets per bodypart with little to no rest in between. This has made me huuuuuggeee!
Ok, not quite. I use low volume and usually train for 20 min-1.5 hours.
weights and cardio 2 hrs
just cardio days 1 to 1 1/2 hrs
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Normally an hour or a bit more.
Though some of these crazy-ass high volume days have approached two hours.
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60 to 90 minutes, depending on the day and the interruptions.
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an hour or a little over. Depends on the wait to use equipment or if someone starts talking to me.
mine today took areound 25 minutes, with warmup and light stretching afterwards. usually takes 30-35. 4 day split
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usually with all included about 1.5-2 hours
My workouts rarely go over 30 minutes. Reasons being: I work out after hours and I've been doring a lot of circut training lately.
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Usually 50 to 75 minutes, tops. Legs are done in split sessions -- 40 minutes for quads and hams, 40 minutes for calves.
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