There’s an old song called “it ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it” and this definitely applies to your training!
How many times have you been caught up with the mantra that you MUST train for an hour, or even an hour and a half?!!!
This may have applied to the thoughts of previous generations and the people who gave them this misleading and inaccurate information, but now you have to accept that times have indeed changed, and now exercise science dictates that we do not have to spend endless wasted hours exercising, especially when we can achieve a huge amount in the fraction of the time it used to take us to exercise!
If you believe that endlessly running on a flat surface is much more results giving than doing sprints up hills, then you need to think again.
If you still believe that lifting big weights, take long gaps for testing in between sets, then slowly move on to exercise to exercise is the best way to go, then please re-visist that thought process once again and try it out for yourself. Stop resting for 5 minutes in between sets, and cut down that rest period to 45 seconds. You will have to drop the weight maybe, sometimes by 20% if you’re not conditioned to it, but the overall effect of the workout will absolutely blow you away!!!
Too many people go to gyms and train so inefficiently it’s not true!!!
You need to get to the point, go after your targets with urgency and hopefully you have some kind of plan and direction you intend moving in!
This is a “must have and have it now” society we live in, maximise this by making your workouts shorter, more intense and make sure you’re focused on results!!