This study investigated the effect of Physical Education 32 Fitness Exercises activities of the CMU first-year students during the Second Semester School Year 2018-2019. The focus of this study was on physical fitness status of the students using Physical Fitness Tests. The results revealed that the physical fitness level of the students has significantly improved, as this was shown in the health-related fitness test with an overall mean of 2.80 based on the conducted pre-test, while the result on the post-test manifested an overall mean of 3.06. The skill-related fitness pre-test, obtained a mean score of 2.79 compared to post-test that had 3.33. This means that physical exercise and physical education-related activities helped improve the physical fitness condition of the respondents. Physical Education subject, particularly Physical Education 32, was effective in terms of health-related and skill-related parameters. This was after engaging in the various exercises’ activity, found in the outcomes-based syllabus, there was a significant increase in the number of participants who were able to reach the high competence level of fitness. It also proved that the physical fitness test under the Physical Fitness battery of test could determine the physical fitness performance of the students.