I rarely got sick throughout my childhood, if at all, and I was always a very strong and healthy kid.
But at weekends, if I am not studying, watching something on TV, watching a VHS/LaserDisc/DVD/VCD (yes, DVDs already existed when I was 10 in 1998, and we imported some VCDs from Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines), listening to music on my Discman or Walkman, working out (yes, I was actually working out, even as a kid, I was a very fit kid) or playing basketball or some other sport (if it's not basketball, it's usually ice hockey but there are some other ones).
I would be playing Ocarina of Time, Final Fantasy VII, Xenogears, A Link to the Past, Symphony of the Night, Super Metroid, Zelda I, Super Mario Bros. 1, Super Mario World, Mario Kart 64, Super Castlevania IV, Spyro the Dragon, Super Star Wars Trilogy or Final Fantasy VI (formerly Final Fantasy III) on my many home consoles.
On my handhelds, I would usually be playing Link's Awakening, Metroid 2, Super Mario Land, Castlevania: The Adventure or Kirby's Dream Land.
Or maybe playing some Command & Conquer, Star Wars: Dark Forces, Age of Empires, RollerCoaster Tycoon or SimCity on my PC.
But I did play many other games.