Do you have a daily practice that supports you in some way? It might be physical activity, or a creative outlet, meditation, prayer, energy work... curious to know what you are doing while you are being for vehicular maintenance on the journey, inside and out.
I am obviously not an athlete, and never have been. I do enjoy hiking, swimming, and nature walks. My daily practices may include one of those, some mild yoga or stretching, and a period of meditation and self-Reiki. I've been working with lucid dreaming lately, since I've had a trauma and my sleep patterns are askew, and have been exploring natural solutions to balance and calm myself.
My husband was a massage therapist and Tai Chi Chu'an instructor; we often worked on each other. I taught my fiance some basic techniques and he enjoyed exchanging body and energy work as well. It is a great joy to have a partner who is open, curious, and interested in supportive intimacy. It really enhances the overall positivity of your relationship, reduces tension, and ain't too shabby for the libido, either.
If you don't have a partner (as I am bereft of one right now) it helps to get physical contact regularly anyway. People are far too touch deprived, and lack of contact often drives people into crazy behavior, aggression, and needless promiscuity. Get and give hugs. If you can find someone to work with, trade or barter for bodywork or energy work. Suss out your local bodywork professionals and make friends. Find a physical outlet that is within your capability, and move. If you can locate classes, learn some basics about the human energy field and move that chi, too.