Physical health, nutrition and exercise within the community is mandatory to all able bodied members. Handicapped individuals or those with physical conditions that stop them from exercising will still attempt to do the minimum possible in their situation. For example someone in a wheelchair unable to exercise his legs can still do a vigorous upper-body workout and use electric stimulus to work his lower body.
Someone with a heart condition can still improve their flexibility and posture through meditation and tai chi.
Nutrition should be at the core of the menus produced by the kitchens who ensures that the necessary quantity of minerals, vitamins and sustenance is given out to everybody; taking into account differences in age, exercise, schedule and maybe even metabolism.
There is also the question of care in case of allergies to certain foods, dietary choices and illnesses that affect diets that all must be catered for.