Let’s be honest: Basketball, soccer, and track aren’t for everyone. But that doesn’t mean you need to sideline yourself from breaking a sweat. You just need to think outside the . . . playing field. Plenty of nontraditional sports—even things you may have loved back when you had recess!—are actually good for you. They get your blood flowing, stretch and strengthen your muscles, and even calm your mind. And when you’re active, you sleep better, which not only improves your mood (bye, crankiness) but also helps you concentrate in class (hi, better grades). So think about the kinds of things you’re into, then check out these cool ideas for how to up your sports game.