I would try to find physical activities that she does enjoy and if possible, ones she can share with you. Roll down a hill, dance, jump, run races, walk, swing, soccer/football -- anything you can do that you both/all enjoy.
When we got home from work and before we made dinner, the entire family would crank up some music and have a dance party. We generally worked up a good sweat in half an hour and it was fun! Often we'd decide on what music we wanted for the next day -- our only criteria was it had to be a good pace for dancing.
ON Edit: I forgot she is two. CHOICES. Try choices and I think you'll see an improvement. At two children start to assert themselves. You make two choices that work for you as the parent. Then allow the child to select her preference.
When I would do an activity with a student and it was one they did not enjoy, I'd give them as many choices as possible. "Do you want to sit here or there?" "Do you want these three questions, or those?" "Do you want the red counters or the blue?" "When you are finished, do you want a story or a puzzle?" The choices made them feel like they had some control and the activities went much faster because they felt like they'd already agreed to it.
I think your child is ready for as many choices as you can manage. This/that plate. Milk/juice/water. Red shirt/blue shirt. Paint or crayons? Jumping or dancing.