This is an idea similar to Adam's "Fitness Kahoot", but played with another "gameshow"-type website - quizizz.com. For this activity, students can be in pairs at a particular station with a Chromebook. They would start the Quizizz and, before answering the first question, they have to run, hop, skip, etc. down and around a cone and back before they can answer the question. They could choose to wait and see what the next question is before running, hopping, etc. if they want to, giving them a chance to think about the answer while they are on the move. But they can't answer the next question until both complete the activity.
If you do this "whole-class", you could even use an activity spinner like this: https://www.classtools.net/random-name-picker/29_XLmZmF that you could spin periodically and instantly change what they have to do.
As for the topic of the Quizizz, there are many that have been pre-created. Just go to quizizz.com, log in (I always use "log in with Google" because it's much quicker than manually creating an account) and do a search for "Health" or "Physical Education". You will get a ton of options that you can use. Using a more specific search works well, too, such as "Aerobics". If you "duplicate" the Quizizz, you can change it as needed and quickly and easily use the "Homework" feature and post it in Google Classroom (there is a link right in Quizizz to "Share on Google Classroom".)
This is a great way to work on the cognitive side of things, while also keeping MVPA in mind.