Just a quick word in favour of yoga:
I started a regular yoga class back in september, purely wanting it to help keep me injury free while I increase my running & other exercises. I can't claim to enjoy the sessions 100%, but I am pleased with the effect it seems to be having on my FBG.
What with christmas & travel, I've obviously missed a few sessions, but this enables some direct comparisons between a friday morning after a session against one without a session.
It's only a small sample so far, and I know my diet & exercise varies enough to make it unscientific, but there's a fairly clear pattern in that my 8 friday FBGs after a session average 5.35 (with a maximum of 5.9), while 7 fridays after no session average 6.46 (with a minimum of 6.1).
(For what it's worth, the average for any non-yoga-morning-after over the same period is 6.0)
If I was a drug company, my headline would be "Yoga proved to be worth a full point reduction in FBG", but as I'm not, I'll just say it's enough for me to now add additional sessions every week, and it may be something other members would like to look into, or post stats about.
I'm sure Googling something like "yoga routines" will bring up all sorts of help & info for those preferring to do it in the comfort of their own home.