Libra: skin, lumbar region, kidneys, and buttocks
Librans should focus on organized and gentle fitness options—posh health clubs appeal to you. Ice-skating and golf are options, but low-impact cardio and stretching will quiet down your brain. Avoid heavy lifting or anything that could cause stress to your lower back. You can be prone to fatigue or tiredness, so try to stay motivated. Finding a gym buddy is a good idea, but don’t get so carried away with socializing that you forget the workout.
Scorpio: reproductive system, genitals, and excretory system
Scorpios are intense, so involve yourself in strenuous, competitive, and serious fitness activities with intense movement. Activities with spurts of extreme peaks and heart-pounding cardio appeal to you, but try to avoid being too hard on yourself, as you are prone to torn ligaments and other stress-induced injuries. Good activities are boxing, martial arts, triathlons, and distance running; skip the yoga. Since you need a lot of alone time, you will probably peddle or run faster when left alone. Have a focused cool down period since you need to soothe your nerves after being challenged.
Sagittarius: liver, hips, thighs, and sciatic nerve
The healthiest of all the signs, Sagittarians need plenty of exercise, preferably outdoor activities. With your strong legs and thighs, skiing and biking are good options. Focus on stretches that build flexibility in your hamstrings to avoid straining your back. You can be accident-prone, so be careful when doing more extreme sports like skiing. You should also make sure you breathe deeply during exercise. It helps if there is a point to your workout; training for competitions is an excellent choice. Gyms are a good idea and having a workout buddy will increase your motivation.
Capricorn: bones (skeletal structure), joints, knees, and teeth
Capricorns do not expect immediate satisfaction, so endurance is the name of the game here. Since your sign governs the bones and joints, you need to move regularly to avoid feeling stiff. Hiking and rock climbing appeal to the mountain goat in you and also fill your need to challenge yourself. Jogging, walking, and cycling are good options as well, especially in long duration. Just be careful of your knees and don’t do anything too high impact.