Originally Posted by Twisted Elbow
How do people lift for more than an hour and find it beneficial from a strength standpoint.... Unless your a bodybuilder.
Well, the simple answer is that there's more to a "typical workout" than lifting, and there's more to strength training than heavy compound movements.
Also, hypertrophy training is a staple for most good powerlifters; so yes, a fair bit of "bodybuilding" will usually be done following the major movements.
To answer the question, I usually finish at around two hours' time. Most days, I take anywhere from forty-five minutes to an hour and fifteen minutes to complete just the work sets on my main movement. After that, I usually take another twenty to thirty minutes for my secondary movement, and twenty to thirty minutes for all of my accessory work (I'll do this very quickly, with a minute rest interval between everything).