I've been meaning to look into some sort of exercise for a while and now seems as good a time as any. I have an active manual job so I'm not sedentary, but I'm also far from fit. I'll be 40 this year, low ish blood pressure and quite a low resting heart rate, I'm happy enough in my cooking and nutrition ability to sort that side as I've always been self sufficient on that front it's just the exercise I need to sort out. I'm about 5 foot 10/11 and 15 stone so bang on 30 BMI which makes me obese, and whilst it doesn't effect my life I'd like to knock it down a bit. I used to be a keen cyclist and went from zero to regular 200km rides but I never lost any weight from it plus I just find stuff like that tedious and boring eventually and give up- same goes for all that sort of stuff so running, cycling, swimming, gym workouts are completely out of the question as I just won't keep it up through boredom. I think the best way for me to be active is to have some sort of mild competition through playing a sport where the goal isn't fitness and just comes as a byproduct hence me looking at something like squash/racquetball/badminton etc. So any tips how to get into this on my own, do all local leisure centres just run clubs/groups for this stuff where you can just turn up and join in or how does it work?