Low-impact walking is easy to add into your regular routine. Most days, walk 30 minutes briskly to improve cardiovascular health and mood.
Women over 50 must build and retain muscle. Strengthen muscles and bones with resistance bands, dumbbells, or bodyweight exercises like squats, lunges, and push-ups.
Yoga boosts flexibility, balance, and stress reduction. It improves posture and joint pain.
A mild, full-body workout, swimming is easy on the joints. Cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength, and flexibility improve.
Low-impact biking can be done outdoors or on a stationary cycle. It boosts leg strength and cardiovascular health.
Core strength, flexibility, and balance are the goals of Pilates. Improves posture and reduces back discomfort.
This mild martial technique improves balance, flexibility, and relaxation. Joint health and stress reduction benefit most.
Dance is a fun method to stay active and enhance cardiovascular fitness, balance, and coordination. Join dance courses or dance at home.
Daily stretching improves flexibility and prevents muscle tightness. Start your day with stretches, especially after exercise.
If you're up for a challenge, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) can increase cardiovascular fitness, burn calories, and raise metabolism. It involves brief intensive exercise spurts and rest periods.