A set of badminton rackets is a fantastic way to get kids into sports. They're lightweight, easy to use and help improve hand-eye coordination. You don't even need a net to play, though you'll want one for more competitive games with proper scoring. Footballs and basketballs can also get the kids up and running about. Hours of fun for them, peace and quiet for you. Job done.
If you want a full-body workout for yourself, grab some swimwear and dive into your local pool. Non-resistant and kind to your joints, swimming is an all-over toner and excellent for clearing the mind.
For a game that works your brain more than your body, have a go at darts. It's sociable and relatively quick to pick up. Even if you miss the board, you'll still have fun trying. Golf is a good choice for lovers of the outdoors who enjoy a brisk walk in the fresh air. It appears leisurely but is full of skill and tactical thinking. If you prefer more of a white-knuckle thrill, try out one of our kayaks. That'll get your pulse pumping.