- Activity Equipment
- Foot Exerciser
- Hand Exerciser
Resistance bands, light weights and other exercise equipment for seniors allow older adults to work out at home.
Moderate strength training is a great way to keep muscles strong, and home workout gear makes it easy to build a program.
A large variety of equipment is available, including peddlers, mini steppers, exercise balls and bars, pulley systems and many different devices to help keep hands and forearms in shape. Many fold up and are portable to accommodate travel. Pedometers, body fat analyzers and other measurement devices are also available.
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Exercise peddler from Drive Medical with attractive silver vein finish. Safe and gentle low impact exercise. Comes completely assembled.
Grip Improving Hand Ball (Various Resistances Available)
Ideal for leg and arm muscle exercising.
Resistance training for hands fingers and forearms.
Theraband exercise bands provides both positive and negative force on the muscles improving strength
The overdoor exercise pulley by Drive Medical was designed to safely and easily increase range of motion whenever you please,
The adjustable Cuff wrist or ankle weight comes standard with a D-ring closure for snug fit, and padded interior for comfortable fit
Medline pedal exerciser is easy to use and helps increase mobility. Helps with flexibility and endurance in both upper and lower body.
Zewa's Bluetooth Scale and Body Composition Analyzer is one of a kind connected health product. It uses Bluetooth BLE to sync information with Zewa's free Mobile App
For users who want a workout for there ankle and wrists.
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The folding exercise peddler is a safe and gentle form of low-impact exercise, ideal for leg and arm muscles and for stimulating circulation.
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Staying fit or getting fit requires exercise—not moving perpetuates not being able to move. But simple exercise equipment for seniors makes it possible to start a fitness plan at any age and at any level—no excuses.
One simple way to get started is with an exercise peddler like the one from Drive Medical. An exercise peddler is an economical piece of floor exercise equipment for seniors that provides a safe and gentle form of low impact activity. It stimulates circulation and is ideal for toning leg muscles; it can also be used on a table to exercise the arms. And the tension can be easily adjusted for more or less resistance.
Another option is to start a walking program, possibly the simplest form of exercise. You can start with short walks and increase the time as you build stamina. The key is to add steps every day. A simple way to track your progress is with a pedometer that measures distance walked, time elapsed and calories burned while walking. Its built-in memory captures data so results can be compared and progress checked over an entire week of activity.
As you become more fit, you’ll want to attempt more aerobic workouts to get more benefit from your efforts. This means that you’ll want to elevate your heart rate to within the safety zone recommended by your doctor. Using a heart monitor like the Omron Heart Rate Monitor is an easy way to know that you’re in the right zone. Choose a monitor you can program to announce low and high heart rates and even to remind you to work out!
Strength-training is an important part of every workout plan to maintain muscle tone, but you don’t need heavy or cumbersome pieces of weight training equipment. Cuff weights are adjustable ankle weights and wrist weights that fit snugly and secure easily with a Velcro closure strap—if holding even a light dumbbell is hard for you, wearing light weights around your wrists and ankles should allow you to exercise without discomfort.
Another way to strength-train without weights at all is to use your own body as resistance with a product like Therabands. A set of Theraband Resistance Exercise Bands provides virtually unlimited application possibilities for increasing strength, physical mobility and flexibility. Bands with different resistances, or strengths, allow you to move up to a band with more resistance as you develop muscle strength. Each 5-foot length band is recognizable by its color: yellow (light), red (medium) and green (strong). This special system of progressive resistance can be used for both the upper and lower body muscles.
Another option is a Theraband heavy-duty exercise ball, used to increase flexibility, coordination and strength and available in a variety of sizes.
Because hand grip, mobility and dexterity are so important, consider Theraband Hand Exercise Ball Resistance training for hands, fingers and forearms. This system features four color-coded resistances from extra soft to extra firm.
With so many pieces of exercise equipment for seniors, staying fit has never been easier.