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It is known that muscles do not grow in the gym, not under the barbell, lying on a bench, and not even during heavy squats. Muscles grow when a person rests after a workout (most often, as many say, muscles grow at night during sleep), when the body compensates for the expenses spent, adding more resources to cope with the upcoming load.

Remember, training, especially high-intensity training, is stress for the body. A protective reaction to this stress is the activation of mechanisms responsible for the restoration and synthesis of new working substances.

However, the amount of substances lost due to training can exceed the amount compensated by the body during recovery if the degree of stress is too high. In turn, the degree of stress depends on the degree of intensity of the workout, multiplied by its duration.

How much time to train? Experience shows that for hard gains, training gives results if they are short-lived. On average, the duration of training should be 30-60 minutes.

The duration of the training depends on how much work has been planned. Thus, the amount of time for training is determined by the structure of your training program. Therefore, choose for yourself those training programs that suggest a workload that fits in 30-60 minutes.

Why exactly 30-60 minutes? There is no scientific and theoretical justification for this yet. It was previously believed that the lack of effectiveness of lengthy workouts is associated with the hormone cortisol. Cortisol within 30-60 minutes of training allegedly does not show its catabolic function (muscle destruction function). But after 45-60 minutes from the start of training, bursts of cortisol occur, supposedly interfering with muscle growth.

To date, this theory is considered obsolete, because scientists could not find a direct relationship between increased cortisol in training and lack of muscle growth..

The only argument is the experience of training hard gains: people who are not gaining weight really get the most out of short classes. The argument is quite significant, because, as you know, practice is always closer to the truth than theory.

Conclusions: for hard gainers, its important to simply train on shortened programs, and it doesnt matter if your training takes 45 minutes or 65 - the main thing is to do what you should do.

Read more about the amount of time for training in the article: Duration of training for hard gains

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