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Yes! Tons! Exercise physiologist, fitness specialist/manager in a corporate (workplace) fitness setting, studio/gym manager, health promotion coordinator/manager, writer/editor, health/PE teacher, health coach, sports photographer, fitness/sports equipment sales rep, or group fitness instructor. Some ideas that may take a little more schooling: physical therapist/PT assistant, college professor, athletic trainer, or occupational therapist.
I think the most important thing is to look at the types of things you most enjoy and see how fitness can fit with that (for example, if you have a passion for writing, maybe you become a journalist for the health section of a newspaper or an editor for a fitness magazine).