Good exercise programs for seniors should include around 150 minutes of moderate endurance activity per week, according to Healthline. Seniors are encouraged to walk, swim or cycle while working to improve balance and flexibility, recommends the Center for Disease Control and Prevention .
Generally healthy adults aged 65 or older can use programs to strengthen upper and lower body, as well as improve mobility and stamina, according to Healthline. These programs include exercises like abdominal contractions, wall push-ups, pelvic tilts and knee lifts. All activities can be broken down into 10- or 15-minute chunks of exercise each day, states Healthline.