What job can I do that will require lots of physical activity?

I'm currently an office manager/executive assistant and I hate the fact that I'm constantly sitting at a desk. What job can I do that will require me to move around or require me to be in good shape. Not interested in being a model, exercise person, or police officer or firefighter. Help!

Asked By: i_squeeze - 1/22/2007
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construction worker, personal trainer, wilderness guide
Answered By: tchem75 - 1/22/2007
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Sex Therapist!
Answered By: wingshooter08 - 1/22/2007
(1) I don't know your exact age and if you're willing to go back to school if nec. --- but if you were a teacher you'd be moving around all day long :). (2) Also, you could work with kids at an after school program (which wouldn't require you to go back to school, I don't believe, since you're already a manager/exec... More
Answered By: Jazzy - 1/22/2007
My hubby lost 50 lbs. as a truck driver for a beer distributor.
Answered By: RiceJabroni - 1/22/2007
Lets see here. I really wanna help you so may I please suggest the following jobs for you and I would say you will have no trouble getting one of them. Hows about the Marine Corps Recon Team. The Navy Seals. The Army paratroopers special forces. Now any of these will assure that you will get a great workout almost... More
Answered By: dlgfdg - 1/22/2007
if you need to keep moving and thinking at the same time all the time you may work as a Direct sales meet with different customer at different places talking and listening while thinking to sell your product or services ,,,think about it... More
Answered By: confirmed - 1/22/2007
Landscaping... Allows you to envision a process and execute that process in a time frame that will blow your mind if your from a corporate environment. I can also say that the physical part of the job can be exhausting but so often the reward makes it worth it.
Answered By: redsox - 1/22/2007
How about doing a course in outdoor recreation? That would enable you to get out there and do fun stuff like rockclimbing, kayaking, skiing, canoeing, white water rafting etc. and you could do a course that would enable you to become an instructor for a living. I don't know whether that comes under 'exercise person... More
Answered By: beck - 1/22/2007
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