Sorry, but there is nothing healthy about either of these and both have potential for harsh consequences on the body. A very small percentage of our population needs to work out for more than an hour a day. Those who do, have professionals mapping out their diets. If your body isn't fueled properly, recovery time is compromised and the efficiency of the workout declines, while the risk of injury shoots up.
If you need more than 60 minutes in a workout, you're either a) not working hard enough or b) doing something wrong.
If you need to workout twice a day to "balance your eating habits", you run a serious risk of over working and damaging your muscles. Just be safe! Use that extra hour to enjoy yourself with a bike ride. Go play ball with your kids. Go for a walk at a nice Park. That way you're active, but not overdoing it. We all want to look better, but it's not worth a beaten and battered