Senior Fitness Exercises

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Learn senior health and fitness exercises for stability, mobility, flexibility, and strength for legs, arms & abs in this free online video series.

Series Summary

Staying fit is important for people of every age. For seniors, it can be especially important during rehabilitation after strokes, heart attacks, falls and other injuries. Active seniors worldwide have begun to exercise daily to improve their mobility and fitness level. Exercising for seniors targets specific muscle groups and needs to involve cardiac and mobility safety. Benefits of fitness include lower chances of injury, improved mood and health, and lower chances of chronic disease. In this series of video clips, you will get expert advice on senior fitness. Get tips on keeping the exercises simple and safe. Squats are safer when supported by balls and chest presses are made safer by performing them while seated. Other seated exercises include the seated row, and the seated quadriceps extension. Standing exercises such as the standing knee lift can be done with or without steadying support. Strengthen your arms with a bicep curl, lateral raises, and a tri-cep extension. Challenge yourself with a standing adductor lift with an opposing arm lift and many other senior exercises in these video clips.

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