A Decade Ago, Healthprofessionals Were Worried About Communicable Disease of Childhood or the Effects of Malaria,Polio, Malnutrition, Small Pox, Tuberculosis, Cholera and Other Traditionalailments. Today, Urban India Is More Concerned With Degenerative and Manmadedisease Like Aids, With India Having the Largest Aids-Infected Population Inthe World, or Lifestyle Disease Like Stress, Diabetes, Cancer Andcardiovascular Problems Stemming from Unhealthy Diet, Smoking and Lack Ofregular Exercise. an Active Lifestyle During Childhood Directly Benefits Thehealth Both During Adulthood and at Old Age. However, Due to the Modem Way Ofliving and Technological Developments (E.G. Cars, Elevators, Computers Andtelevision), Both Children and Adults Have Become Less Physically Active.Physical Activity Declines With Age, Falling Off from Adolescence, As Physicalactivity and Physical Education Is Declining In Schools Worldwide. the Purposeof the Study Is to Assess the Impact of Lack of Physical Activities and Certainhealth Related Issues.