I tried yoga a couple times a decade or so ago. Partly because I tend to ignore stretching otherwise and partly because it seemed like a good place to meet fit girls. The problems were: It cost money and involved going somewhere at a set time, and that I was too busy trying to hold the positions to effectively flirt with anyone during the session and too tired afterwards. Yes. Six days a week is certainly just a goal most of the time. With my current job, they don't want us in stores during the big sales so I've had a lot of time off so I'm able to fit in the exercise. That said, my day consists of getting up, eating something, playing with The Dog, doing the household chores (dishes, feeding animals/cleaning litterbox, etc), checking e-mails etc, exercising, and maybe getting one productive thing done during the day. I find myself going "Geez, it's 7pm already!?" And of course the problem is, you don't exercise and you are tired and have no energy because you're a big weak baby. You do exercise...and you're tired and have no energy because your body is recovering from the exercise. And I'm finally getting my knee fixed so my cardio program is going to be in the toilet for an undisclosed period of time. Well, planning on getting it fixed. The brochure the doctor's office sent says that "you won't be as good as new after surgery and may have to wear a brace for some activities." Well shit, I'm already operating above 90% and have to wear a brace for some activities. Why incur the risk, expense, and downtime of an operation if that's the deal? But I'm assuming that is just part of the "informed consent" type of thing. They undersold the shit out of LASIK to the point that I was having second thoughts and I was, like, 20/15 coming right off the table after the operation so, fingers crossed.