How long is your workout session?

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    How long is your workout session?

    Iam currently doing ironborn and i finish it in like 30mins ~ should i extend the session to reach the 1hr mark?, I always feel like i can do more and it wasn't enough

    #2
    When I did the Ironborn (more than once) I would end up with some yoga or low cardio

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      #3
      My workout is only like 10 min. But I also lack motivation.

      So if you end Ironborn and feel ready to go further, then absolutely do so. Some cardio, coordination or stretching would fit perfectly after Ironborn. Ride that wave, just make sure you don't overwork yourself.

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        #4
        Mine can easily go up to 1hr+, because I am doing multiple stuff including running, but personally I don't think you need to go up to one hour for the sake of getting 1 hour. Darebee programs always live up to its promise, so I think you will be fine doing just Ironborn unless you have goals other than building muscle and strength. But if you are interested in doing more, then go ahead. It's just that time is not the point.

        I like stretching at the end of the day or my workouts.

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          #5
          Every day, 40 to 70 minutes. Currently on avatar upgrade with a challenge after it.

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            #6
            It depends, on average an hour ,at my best 2 3 hours at worst half an hour.

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              #7
              I think kandy nailed it. The time doesn't really matter so long as it fits your current schedule, unless you are trying to follow guidelines like the american heart association which call for 150 minutes a week of moderate exercise. I try to a workout in the morning combined with some other challenges and this typically takes 30-45 minutes and I budget my time accordingly. If I have the time in the evening I will tack on a harder (level 3) program.
              If you feel you have the energy and time, maybe you want to look at an add-on program like back and core, or pickup a challenge. Stretching and yoga are also great idea's as well.

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