well, I conclude that my family is physically fit
The family and home environment may affect children's physical activity in a number of ways. Parents can act as role models, sources of support and gatekeepers through their control over children's opportunities for physical activity.
Thats asking about your Family, you should know that. Why are you asking that here? LOL
Play tag, swim, toss a ball, jump rope, hula-hoop, dance to music or even play a dancing video game. It doesn't have to be sports—just get your family moving! Walk the dog, go for a jog, go on a bike ride, take the stairs or head to the park and let kids run around for a while.
Here are some of the more common barriers and solutions for overcoming them:
Barrier: Lack of time. ...
Barrier: Friends and family don't share your interest in physical activity. ...
Barrier: Lack of motivation and/or energy. ...
Barrier: Lack of resources/equipment. ...
Barrier: Family caregiving obligations.
your good and thnk yilou
Cycling, Jogging, playing badminton, volleyball and basketball, swimming and running
Asian moms doesn't usually working out especially Filipino moms. In our home, we just clean the house, eat the food that we want and stop when we think we're full, and sleep— that happens every day. As a teenager, i'm getting more conscious about my physical habits as well as to my family's because i knew these habits won't probably benefit our future selves. i don't think our family has healthy status since we don't usually workout and eating the right amount of food.
sorry but we cannot give info since the question asked about your family health status, only you can answer the question.