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    Program workout length

    Hi! I was wondering about all those programs' daily workout lenghts. For me these type of workout take about 20-30 minutes. But id like to work out at least 1 hour per day although im beginner i can handle it :p So you guys repeat daily workout program or what? Id like to build muscles evenly
    22yo/f

    #2
    If your goal is to build muscles, maybe you'll see some results soon if you do properly. There are different factors to have in account, for example that you need to let the muscle recover, and you're lucky since the programs made by Darebee are designed to do it in this way !!

    The fact that it takes no more time than about 20/30 minutes, is because isn't necessary to spend more daily time to build muscle, ...if you follow a well structured program, of course.

    I hope you'll get more and better answers as well advices from people who knows better this subject.

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      #3
      Welcome to the HIVE!

      You can workout hard or you can workout long, but you can't do both. A workout length will depend on the activity you are doing. A HIIT routine, for example, you'd only need about 20 mins. More than that and you were pacing yourself and you most likely didn't give 100%. For muscle building, you really only need to fatigue the muscle. This can be done in few as 6 mins, if done correctly. As Cabriel mentioned, your ability to progress will depend on your ability to recover, and DAREBEE workouts are well balanced and their programs are even more so.

      Personally, I generally do 30-40 mins of total body workouts 3-4 times a week as of late. I also spend a few hours a week hiking around the mountains and rivers.

      However, if you'd like to workout for 1 hour plus, you can try combining a strength program and a cardio program. Do one then follow that with the other. Some prefer strength before cardio and other prefer cardio before strength. You'll have to experiment for yourself to see which way you prefer. Here is an option for you: Ironborn and HIIT. Play around with the filter to find something that is right for you.

      ​​​​​​​Good luck on your journey!

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        #4
        Feel free to fill the remaining time with cardio and/or stretching. Maybe movement drills or yoga? There are so many possibilities!

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          #5
          Thanks for the answers!

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            #6
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              #7
              Originally posted by VictoriaYner56 View Post
              Is Yoga hard to do? I have heard that it is not easy.
              Depends on how "well" you want to do it. I did the '30 days of yoga' program and am now doing the '30 more days of yoga' and that's my first experience with yoga in my life. Some poses are fairly easy, some others I can not perform like the image shows (i.e. folding double with your nose between your knees, holding your feet in your hands... I can reach my toes but not put my nose between my knees). So my take is: do it as well as you can and perhaps repeat the program a couple of times to see if you get more flexible and 'better' at the exercises.

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