Does anyone else think 2 hours is about average for the time they spend in the gym? I need ATLEAST an hour and a half, but even then I'm pushing it. I spend a good 20 -25 minutes warming up and foam rolling, and then onto my main lifts then assistance exercises, then some stretching and more foam rolling. 5 minutes easy cardio 10 minutes day-specific warmups - rotator cuffs on bench day, KB swings, etc "workout" 12-16 sets, 45-60 mins PWO stretch, 5 minutes Ranges from 60-90 minutes, tops. To be fair, I don't use my foam roller nearly as much as I should, but that being said I've always followed the idea of spending no more than a generous hour in the gym. I don't have the articles handy, but I think there's been a lot said re: the physiological advantages, ie. test levels dropping after ~1 hour not to mention my own personal focus starts to wane after awhile. I could be full of shit on the physiological advantages though, could be some bro-science that's stuck with me but I always find I start to suck if I've been in there for awhile. Whatever floats your boat, though. My main goal is progressing to greater weight so slugging out mad volume over 2 hours would be pretty counter-productive for me.