Exercise for seniors over 75: 6 simple ones to do at home

Seated Leg Lifts: Sit in a sturdy chair, feet flat on the floor. Lift one leg straight in front of you, hold briefly, lower, and repeat with the other leg to strengthen your legs.

Chair Squats: Stand in front of a chair, feet shoulder-width apart. Slowly lower your body toward the chair as if sitting, then stand up, working on leg strength.

Wall Push-Ups: Stand at arm's length from a wall. Place your hands on the wall at shoulder height, lean in, and push back to strengthen chest and arms.

Seated Marching: Sit on a chair's edge with a straight back. Lift one knee as high as comfortable, lower, and repeat with the other for leg strength and balance.

Seated Torso Twists: Sit in a chair with a straight back and flat feet. Hold a small object with both hands and gently twist your torso right and left to improve flexibility.

Arm Raises: Sit or stand, arms at your sides. Raise both arms out to the sides and up as high as possible, then lower them to enhance shoulder mobility and strength.