Work on Flexibility
Your flexibility can gradually decline with age. Better flexibility means more energy, improved posture and reduced risk of injury. Tai chi, yoga and stretching help you stay more flexible.
Improve your flexibility.
Sample Exercises – Flexibility
National Institute of Health – Flexibility Exercises
Balance diminishes progressively as you get older. Balance training is not just about avoiding falls. Better balance will improve your overall movement and your ability to do things better throughout your life. Try simple exercises, like standing on one foot or walking backward.
Work on your balance.
Sample Exercises – Balance
Cleveland Clinic Wellness – Practice Exercises that Improve Balance
5 days a week
30 minutes a day of moderate intensity
Moderate intensity means you can talk but not sing while exercising
Aim for your target heart rate
Walk, hike, bike, swim, dance, or just move
2 times per week
1 set per muscle group, with 8-12 repetitions per set
Exercise all major muscle groups with a 2 day rest in between
Squats, lunges, planks, bicep curls, tricep press-down, shoulder press, etc.