Older adults should avoid running and opt for walking or light jogging to burn calories and prevent strain on the cardiovascular system.
Seniors should choose low-impact aerobics classes to avoid joint injury, and may benefit from reliable home care assistance to manage everyday tasks and promote healthy aging.
Seniors should avoid deep knee bends and opt for chair sits instead to avoid knee strain and maintain proper form.
Seniors should avoid sit-ups and crunches and opt for safer core-strengthening exercises like standing abdominal twists and planks, and home care assistance can help seniors age in place.
Seniors with health conditions such as arthritis should avoid stair climbing and try safer alternatives like stair step aerobics or simple leg lifts with balance assistance.
Avoid toe touches for seniors due to dizziness and spine strain; hiring a professional in-home caregiver for safe exercise is a good option.