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How long do/would you spend in the gym?

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It takes about 30-45 minutes of weight training to activate most people’s growth hormone. It takes about 45-60 minutes for most people’s kortisol to begin breaking their muscles down. ”Most” doesn’t mean ”all”, but the average is somewhere close to this. Lots of people could get better results by exercising 40 minutes each time (warmup not included), and let their experience adjust the duration upwards or downwards. Too long breaks between sets is a frequent cause of unnecessarily long training sessions.

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Offseason, I'm in gym one hour and 10 minutes.

When competition is on, two-a-day workouts of 1.5 hours each.

It all depends on what you want to accomplish in the gym. For me, being a huge freak is the goal.

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