In advanced ages, many functional and structural changes occur in the body. Increasing physical activity and implementing a regular exercise program; It reduces the loss of functional capacity, increases muscle strength and mass, and reduces falls by providing balance.
Exercise preserves bone mineral density and muscle mass, especially in women at risk for osteoporosis. Walking and exercise programs can increase both spine and hip bone mineral density. Elderly people whose mobility is limited by regular exercise; they can walk on their own, do their daily activities, thus improving their quality of life.