top of page


Supercharge Strength and Balance with ​Just 15 Minutes of Simple Activity

This program aims to provide you with simple yet effective exercises that can be incorporated into your everyday routine to improve your strength and balance. By dedicating just 15 minutes a day to physical activity, you can significantly enhance your overall well-being and reduce the risk of falls.



You've unlocked the Power Up Your Body program. Continue below to begin or download the program booklet. ***Fix this language.


PLEASE NOTE: It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise program, especially if you have any pre-existing health conditions.


Benefits of physical activity
for seniors

Regular physical activity offers numerous benefits, including:

  • Increased strength and muscle tone

  • Improved balance and coordination

  • Enhanced flexibility and range of motion

  • Better cardiovascular health

  • Reduced risk of chronic diseases

  • Boosted mood and mental well-being

Quality Time

Safety considerations

Before engaging in any physical activity, it’s crucial to prioritize safety. Consider the following tips:

  • Consult your healthcare provider before starting a new exercise program.

  • Choose comfortable and supportive footwear.

  • Exercise on a stable surface to minimize the risk of falls.

  • Begin gradually and listen to your body. Start with lower intensity activities and progress at your own pace.

  • If you experience pain, dizziness, or shortness of breath, stop the activity and seek medical advice.

Preparing for physical activity

To make the most of your physical activity routine, follow these steps:

  • Find a suitable space: Clear a safe area in your home where you have ample room to move around.

  • Wear comfortable clothing: Opt for loose-fitting clothes that allow for unrestricted movement.

  • Gather equipment (optional): Some exercises may require a chair or wall for support. Have these items readily available.

Working Out at Home

Warm up exercises

bottom of page