Two hours at a time would be way harder for me...I can handle doing an hour every day, but with everything else in my schedule, 2 hours would just be more than I could manage. The hour's alright because it's like a lot of things: once it's in your routine, it's in your routine. If I took a lot of days off (like if I went every other day or something) I think I'd be more likely to find excuses to not do it.
Plus, I think finding things that I could do at home was key for me, because the extra driving, changing, waiting for equipment to open up, etc., that would be involved in going to a gym could get rough. And I'm just too self-conscious. I wish I weren't, but I'd still feel like a magnet for derision in a room full of people working out.
I actually got a couple of yoga dvd's last week and my current feeling is that I'm not sure I'm into it. I might try it here and there, but one DVD that I got is too fruity for me, for lack of a better term:
and the other is stuff I have no possibility of being able to do, and goes too fast to learn very effectively or quickly:
I basically just chose them because they were the 2 biggest sellers on Amazon, which may not have been the best method, but which is a method that worked in the past.
I'd like to do something to improve my flexibility (although the kettlebell does help somewhat), but I'm not sure that Yoga's for me.
Anyway, to note what I've been doing, Saturday I did nothing because I was just too sick, Sunday and Monday I hit the Kettlebell, as much as I could. Pretty good workout Monday when I did passes for the first time in a long time, which I found to be really good.