# １週間に２時間のトレーニングを３回って英語でなんて言うの？

「どれぐらいの頻度でトレーニング」しているのですか？と聞かれた時に、「１週間に２時間のトレーニングを３回」していますと答えたいです。
MASAさん
2017/06/02 10:48

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• I train for two hours a day, three times/days a week.

• I have three two-hour training sessions per week.

Hello, Masa!

I think "I train for two hours a day, three times a week" is a kind of expression I hear and use a lot. It's quite casual too.
"two hours a day" = "two hours per day"
"three times a week" = "three days per week"
"a" (informal) = "per" (formal)

Another way of saying "go to the gym" is "hit the gym"!
"I hit the gym two hours a day, three times a week."

If you want to make it more formal, you can say: "I have three two-hour training sessions per week."
"three two-hour sessions" = 2-hour session x 3

I hope this helps! Good luck! ✰✰
こんにちは、まささん。

「I train for two hours a day, three times a week」は、よく聞いて使う表現です。とてもカジュアルです。

""two hours a day"" = 1日に2時間""two hours per day""
""three times a week"" = 週に3回""three days per week""
""a"" (informal) = につき（形式）""per"" (formal)

I hit the gym two hours a day, three times a week.

より形式的にしたいのであれば、「I have three two-hour training sessions per week.」を言います。

""three two-hour sessions"" = 2時間のセッションを3回です。

お役に立てれば幸いです。頑張ってください。

• I do three two-hour training sessions a week

• I go to the gym three times a week and train for two hours each time

I go to the gym three times a week ＝　私は1週間に3回ジムに行っています。
and (I) train for two hours each time ＝　そして毎回2時間のトレーニングをしています。）

• I do three two-hours sessions a week.

• I train for 2 hours, 3 times a week.

Both examples explains that you go to the gym 3/three times in a week and each time you are there you train for 2/two hours.
どちらの例も週に3回ジムにいく事を説明できます。
ジムに行ったときはいつも2時間トレーニングをします。

• I train for two hours, three times a week.

• I work out for two hours, three times a week in the gym.

• I train three times a week for two hours.

The simplest way of saying it is:
I train for two hours, three times a week.
This shows the length of time and frequency in a brief sentence.
いちばんシンプルな言い方は、
I train for two hours, three time a week.
これで一回あたりの時間と、頻度を完結に示すことができます。

• 2 hours a day.... 3 times a week!

• My training regime is as follows: 2 hours a day.... 3 times a week!

We need to excercise regularly,,, if we are to benefit properly from exercises...
Following a " training regime" (a fixed and dedicated practice) is a good idea;-D
"My training regime is as follows: 2 hours a day.... 3 times a week!"

"training regime" （トレーニング制度、決められた練習）に従うことはよいアイディアです。

"My training regime is as follows: 2 hours a day.... 3 times a week!"
（私のトレーニング・メニューは次のとおりです。１日２時間、週に３回です。）

• I go three times a week for a 2 hour workout.

• I do 2 hour workouts three times a week.

Workout = a session at the gym
Once/twice/three times/ a week = This structure is used when referring to the frequency that something takes place.
A: "How often do you go to the cinema?
workout=ジムでのセッション
Once/twice/three times/ a week=1週間に1回/ 2回/ 3回/
A：「どのくらいの頻度で映画館に行きますか？
B：「月に約2回」

• I train for 2 hours 3 times a week.

• I workout for 2 hours thrice a week.

You can say :

"I train for 2 hours 3 times a week."
"I workout for 2 hours thrice a week."

train, workout = exercise
2 hours = duration
thrice (three times) = amount of days

A : How often do you exercise?
B : I workout for 2 hours thrice a week.
A : Sounds hectic!
B : No pain, no gain!

"I train for 2 hours 3 times a week."
（週に３回、２時間練習します。）

"I workout for 2 hours thrice a week."
（週に３回、２時間運動します。）

train, workout = 運動する
2 hours = 継続時間
thrice (three times) = 週あたり運動する日数

A : How often do you exercise?
（どれくらいの頻度で運動しますか。）
B : I workout for 2 hours thrice a week.
（週に３回、２時間運動します。）
A : Sounds hectic!
（熱心ですね。）
B : No pain, no gain!
（痛みを伴わない、上達はありません。）

• 2 Hours a day 3 times a week

• 1 session consists of 2 hours, 3 times a week

If someone may ask you a question of "How often do you go to the gym / how often do you train", you can use this response, if it is true.
a session is used to describe a class or a period of time alocated to something you do like the gym.
this is an expression used frequently when talking about training.

• He trains three days a week for two hours in each session.

• He trains three two-hour sessions per week

• He does exercise in three two-hour sessions per week.

Each of these three ways above are perfectly acceptable. Keep in mind, however, that while you use two hours in the plural sense as a noun, when you turn it into an adjective that modifies the noun "sessions" (examples 2 and 3) you will need to make the expression singular and use a hyphen (-) between two and hour. Also, don't read out the hyphen; you will need to say two hour instead of two hyphen hour or two dash hour.

Also you can say "do exercise" instead of "train" as you can do both things in a gym. Both are understood as gym time.

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