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is there any form of exercise that is not totally boring?
If you can afford it - do a weekly session with a personal trainer.
It may cost a bit but at least it is money well spent as you will get fast results and spend every second of that hour with them actually pushing at the right level to achieve what you want - money well spent.
Also, you have no time to get bored as they constantly give you new exercises to do in different sets and keep you going - the time flies!
I just started a circuit training class and it's the only exercise that's left me suitably exhausted and not bored to tears - one minute at a time, different exercises - perfect for the attention deficit exerciser IMO
I have a cross trainer and rower in my garage. I have an mp3 player, and I download audio books to said mp3 player, go into my garage and listen to my book while exercising. puts the concentration on the story and away from the time I'm on the machines. result.
better than music imo as with music it's hard not to count songs.