Dumbbell chest presses work your pecs, shoulders, and triceps in a fluid, shoulder-friendly motion.
seated rows work your mid-back and biceps. The seated row is an alternative to barbell and dumbbell rows for those with musculoskeletal difficulties.
Shoulder presses are our next upper-body strength exercises for seniors. To reach high shelves and put items back, this maneuver is essential.
Pulldowns focus on spinal stabilizing latissimus dorsi. Many elderly people find pull-ups too difficult, therefore the lat pulldown machine is a good alternative.
Dumbbell pec flies, a "bodybuilding" exercise, can strengthen and maintain chest mobility.
The "buff arms" look comes from your biceps, which stabilize your elbows and wrists. Slowly lower to optimize profits.
A powerful upper body depends on the posterior shoulder. Reverse flies (rear delt rows) on cable machines are popular for targeting this location.
Tricep dips conclude our best upper-body exercises for seniors. This downward-pressing workout works the chest, shoulders, and triceps. Increase strength and mobility.