Just curious. Every time I hit the gym, it feels like I'm done with my workout in about 15 minutes, but I get to the car and it's been 40 or so.
This has to be some bizarre physics problem that we should get Stephen Hawking working on. I've experienced "work time", "bar time", and "gym time". All of these move at vastly different rates, with gym time being the fastest. Anyone else experience this phenomenon?
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i spend an hour or less in the gym that time is precious to me.
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Its all a mind thing.... you like doing what you are doing the time FLYS by ..... you dont wanna be where u are its like a SNAIL
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for me it seems like at the time its going REALLY SLOW but then after my workout is done it seems like i was there for 20 minutes. same for school. i'll be sitting in class and look at the clock and it will only be 15 minutes in, then at the end of the day, it seems like it went so fast. if that makes any sense...
The more occupied your mind is, the faster time seems to move.
Originally Posted by Guido
The same holds true if you don't have a brain.
So you're saying that for dumb people time moves slower? Interesting theory.