10. Rick Perry
Once a devout runner and marathoner, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry (who suspended his campaign, but had to be included, because look at that hair!) now practices a workout routine that focuses on core strength after back surgery left him unable to run. While he no longer pounds the pavement, Perry does pull-ups, push-ups, planks, crunches, and rides a stationary bike to maintain his fitness.
That same back surgery required painkillers, which Perry seemed to enjoy immensely, to the point that reports surfaced that he was taking them during the debates in the 2012 campaign.
His exercise habits counterbalance his age, Primas says, scoring him a spot solidly in the middle.
Risk assessment: "The coolest thing happens. I roll in here, and I get to meet a real-life angel," is a thing Rick Perry really said that he may one day repeat.
9. John Kasich
Kasich is known for having a short fuse and unpredictable tantrums, which isn’t great for your health. However, his wife is super fit (she’s got guns, and a constitutional right to them!), and the couple reportedly works out together often. While it seems like Kasich has a solid fitness regimen, his age and short temper are warning flags for health problems ahead.
Risk assessment: A ball of rage, ready to burst into flames. Somewhat moderate, if you will.