Adopt an active breed dog. And maybe a less active one, too. My dogs get me out of bed in the very early morning. My 13 year old Scottish terrier, Durin, is my warm up partner. I take him out first for a brisk walk, and then switch to my high energy, field Setter, Mr Crowley, for a run. I can ignore a treadmill, but they whine, moan and nudge me out the door. And, seriously, it does make it fun, and a great for bonding with them.
I also lift weights at home, and it takes loud Metal for me to want to do it. Amon Amarth my favorite. They’re a Viking Death Metal band… I feel like I’m getting ready for battle. It brings out my inner D&D geek.
And I’ve been belly dancing for over 20 years, and totally recommend it. It’s addicting, fun, empowering, and a great community to belong to. Both of my teachers are in their upper 60’s now, and are inspiring roll models in that they both very active and youthful. So, it keeps you young. There are classes available at most city parks and recreation centers.