Thanks for all the advice (and encouragement). For the cardio I have decided as suggested by many to cut back on the frequency/duration and focus on upping the intensity of the remaining sessions. I feel like I have a pretty good handle on the diet portion as I rarely if ever cheat and stick mainly with fruits/vegetables/lean proteins for my meals. I don't want to go back to the way I was before so I just have to figure out a way to make activity (walking, running, biking) a part of my "normal" lifestyle going forward.
About 2 years ago I started an intense eating/workout change of lifestyle that resulted in me losing a large amount of weight. This included cardio (speed walking, treadmill, and/or stationary bike) for at least 1.5 hrs per session (6-7 times per week) and some basic weightlifting (2 times per week). I have found that now that I am very near my goal weight/health level that I have become very burned out on the exercise portion of my routine. I have tried doing a little less and changing some of my routines but I have lately been finding it torture to do it at all. What do you do when you feel this way? Stop your routine completely for awhile (and if so how long?) or just struggle through and accept that it needs to be done. Any feedback would be appreciated.