Squats preserve your ability to transition from sitting to standing by strengthening your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and core muscles and enhancing their tone.
To execute a squat, stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your toes pointing outwards slightly.
Supine rows strengthen the upper back, develop the lats, rhomboids, traps, and biceps, and promote excellent posture.
These are excellent for maintaining your dexterity to manipulate objects during everyday tasks.
The lunge is an excellent exercise for maintaining gait abilities such as walking, running, and stair scaling.
Reverse lunges are a low-impact variation that reduces strain on the front knee while simultaneously engaging the quadriceps, hamstrings, and buttocks.
Reaching for objects on high shelves, completing home improvement projects, and performing other daily activities depend on your ability to maintain strength while extending your arms aloft.
Shoulder presses in the standing position are a compound exercise that maintains this ability while strengthening the deltoids and triceps.
Glute bridges are a straightforward yet effective exercise for strengthening the glutes and hamstrings.
They are commonly incorporated into lower back pain prevention routines and help to preserve muscle mass in the posterior chain.
The lat pulldown is the last exercise in our 10-minute routine for maintaining a fit body as we age.
This exercise strengthens the upper back and helps maintain core muscle mass.