When I practice scales, I play each position of a major scale, starting with quarter notes, then quarter note triplets, eight notes, eight note triplets, and then 16th notes. I do a couple of coils and play through the positions in thirds. Then I play through the relevant minor pentatonic the same way. Each day I practice the next key in the cycle. On top of this I do some ear training, I practice counting rhythyms from a snare drum book, and I do some exercises from Bass Fitness. While I have definitely improved a ton from doing this, it takes up alot of time. Sometimes I am burnt out afterwards and I don't even feeling like playing anymore. I need to way to condense all of this somehow. I don't really want to stop doing any of this because it is definitely useful, but it gets a bit frustrating at times, which makes me just want to put my bass away when I'm done instead of learning songs or just playing. How should I condense all this material to make it more manageable? Any suggestions?