Helping older adults

To stay fit and healthy at home

Are you over 50 years of age? Looking to improve your fitness? Start here with home workouts, walking tips, and resources to help you get fitter and stronger.

As we age, our bodies change and adapt and respond to the life they have lived. And we all know that not everything works like it used to! But that's not to say that we can't build up new muscle strength, co-ordination, balance, fitness and agility and build a new stronger body to help us live life to the full and get the most out of our third age!

We hear over and over that we should exercise, because of the physical, mental, social and spiritual benefits - and it's true, we should! But we know it's hard to get motivated sometimes, and there are days that you just don't feel like it.

So, we've done our best to make exercising fun! And add in as much variety as we can to our classes so you get something different in each workout. And also provide as many variations as we can within each workout, so if you have injuries or limitations with your body, you can still join in and do the exercises safely.

We've got so many classes for you to do, and we add in new classes every week, so you'll always have something new to try. It's also good though to repeat a class a few times, as you will get more confident with the exercises, and then you can push yourself a little harder each time.

A lot of our members are avid walkers, and it's a really good idea to get into the habit of a daily walk. Unfortunately though walking isn't enough - our body gets too comfortable because it knows that it can do it. So it's important that you add in weights work, chair and floor work, and resistance work to really challenge the muscles and brain, and make sure the whole body is getting the benefits from exercise.

So, we've got seated, standing and floor-based workouts for you. We've got exercises using bands, balls, weights and even broom handles to really challenge the brain! There really is something here for everyone, and we hope you'll enjoy the workouts that we've put together just for you.

We've also put together tips and tricks for our workouts, How to Guides for using the website, free trials of our memberships, ideas to get you motivated when you're out walking, and information to help you keep healthy.

Agility Membership

Start your unlimited access membership

We've put together a huge range of agility workouts that you can do safely at home, to build your fitness, strength, balance, and stamina. Seated, standing and floor-based classes, low, medium and high intensity, using balls, weights, bands and chairs - there is something for everyone!
Home workout agility membership for older adults

Mobility Membership

Start your unlimited access membership

Needing a more low intensity workout? Our mobility exercises use a range of equipment such as balls, bands, spoons, scarves and weights. They are all seated exercises, designed to maintain and build flexibility, improve strength and co-ordination, and challenge the brain and body.
Home workout mobility membership for older adults

Free Membership Trial

Sample our workouts for free

Not sure if you can do our workouts, or which membership suits you best? Try a range of our exercises here and see how easy and effective they are, and which style meets your needs, before you take out a membership.
Free trial of home workouts for older adults

Where to Start

For new participants and visitors

Are you new to freestyle aerobics or exercising at home? Or still learning about Facebook, the internet, and YouTube? Find instructions on how to do our workouts, how to sign up and start your membership, and how to get the most out of our workouts.
Beginner Guide for Participants

Health Hub

Articles and research just for you

We've pulled together a range of information specific to older adults, with ways you can improve your physical, mental, heart, brain and general health.
Health Hub of Information for Older Adults

Walking Tips

Stay motivated walking the streets

We all know the benefits of walking, and it’s an activity that most older adults are already doing each day. If you are starting to lose a little enthusiasm for your daily walk though, why not try some of these suggestions to keep it interesting.
Walking tips for older adults