Regardless of his age, the human being measures his quality of life in particular by the activities he is able to do; it can be as much of the daily activities (to do its housework, to dress, to move, to bend over, to lift an object, etc.) as of leisure and sports activities.
The Public Health Agency of Canada provides several tips for being active in its brochure on the Physical Activity of Seniors.
In particular, they affirm this: “it is beneficial to perform muscle and bone building activities that mobilize major muscle groups at least twice a week to improve posture and balance.”
Orbites 360™ programs for seniors do exactly that.