I was being more than a bit silly, but the more serious thoughts I was having were:
1) Yes, but everything a human does, a human does with their body. In fact, according to Lakoff, it is even the case that every thought we have can be broken down into metaphors directly related to the composition and capabilities of the human body. For instance, my DD29 is a born "crafter", she had great skill and dexterity in her hands at a much younger age than most children and she still "has to craft" in order to maintain good mental health, but she worries about being obsessed with such activities as making mobiles rather than focusing on her career.
2) Dance might be a better analogy for the whole of human endeavor, because it also incorporates music, art, relationship as well as extreme muscular competence. IOW, although these times they be a changing, sports or athletics remains a very "masculine energy" focused analogy. It is generally the case that "sports" are a model or practice space for warfare or hunting and/or a substitute for the muscular/biochemical channels initiated by these now more archaic activities. This is why it is commonplace to suggest that kids should play sports instead of video games, rather than, for instance, practice ballet rather than play video games.
3) I was severely asthmatic as a child, so although I was enrolled/encouraged by my parents in wide variety of physical activities; everything from jazz dancing to track to junior bowling league, the immediate negative feedback of having to use my inhaler due to exercise induced asthma greatly inhibited my enthusiasm. So, grain of salt
4) I actually do believe that modern humans can develop similarly sub-par habits in the realm of sexuality. Perhaps even more so due to the fact that development of healthy sexuality is less widely encouraged. Simple example would be that long-standing habit of masturbation can lead to inability to ejaculate in any other position.