It is good to physically exercise if possible it seems. This can be achieved in all sorts of ways. One can go to a gym, or go snowboarding. Gardening and housework can both sort of be physical conditioning essentially; they might be mild but it is still more movement than just be sedentary. There are both competitive and non-competitive ways of doing physical activity. The disadvantage of competitive activities is that someone has to lose. That seems somewhat unfortunate. It seems best perhaps when everyone can win.
One should talk to a qualified medical or health professional if one is not sure if one can be exerting oneself physically. Working out and physical activity can be quite enjoyable quite often. One can work out alone or with others. One can sometimes be payed to lead workout classes or programs. Money can be a nice thing to have. One can use one own body to exercise and one does not necessarily need special equipment, it seems. Healthy bodies are beautiful it seems, and exercising can make one more physical attractive it seems.
Working out can make one fit, it seems. There are both vigorous and mild forms of exercise. One should probably not over exert oneself, but one should also not work out too little it seems. Hopefully more humans on this Earth will exercise appropriate and healthy amounts. Hopefully more humans on this Earth will be fit and healthy so they can live long and enjoyable lives. One can exercise with a favorite animal. Additionally technology exists that can help one exercise in ways that will be more efficient and beneficial. One could hire a personal trainer or physical therapist if needed.
There are many sorts of physical education classes that one can take. One could take a yoga or dance class. One could take a class on Judo, Aikido or Tai Chi. Through martial arts, one can perhaps combined working out and self-defense. There could also be a social component. Working out can be an activity that friends and family can bond during, too it seems. So many options exist it seems. In the future, new forms of working out may be invented. Perhaps, in the future, a pill might be developed that could replace exercise altogether; however, that is just hypothetical.