Does more time in the gym yield more gains?
No. If this is the case then everyone would be training twice a day, seven days a week. On a per session basis, you don’t have to train longer than you have to if you can complete your workout in 45 mins. You just have to get in, train hard, go out, and then eat and rest well afterwards for your recovery. It may be hard to convince beginners that less is more, but rest is just as important as training because it is only during rest that you really begin to build muscle.
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