Since I work out of my home a lot, and work out mostly at home, I have a tendency to break up my day’s workout over the entire day. For example, I might do some one hand snatches in the morning (15 minutes), a few hours later do my chin-ups (another 15 minutes or so), some late afternoon GPP work, and maybe do my sets of incline dumbbell presses in the early evening. Is there anything wrong with working out like this, that is, is there anything wrong with not getting everything done in one single hour? Some acquaintances have said that I never will fully deplete my glycogen stores and raise my muscular endurance that way, but I have to say, the 15-minute single-move workouts are extremely intense. Furthermore, it breaks up the annoyance and boredom that sometimes comes with working in front of a computer for hours upon hours at home.
So, wrapping it up, any critiques of this method, or is it just as valid as training in one single block?