Squat down until your hands can reach the kettlebell and bring your hips back. Keep your back straight and your shoulders in line with the kettlebell's handle.
Before starting another repetition, lower the bar back to the starting position. Use a 3-by-10-repetition routine.
To do lat pulldowns, start by positioning your hands outside your shoulders and holding the bar. Just lean back and squeeze your lats.
Allow your shoulder blades to lift up at the peak of the action for a deep stretch before moving on to the next repetition. Use a 3-by-10-repetition routine.
Control your descent until your chest touches the pad, keeping your abs taut and your glutes compressed.
Maintain a neutral head position, with your chest touching the pad before your chin, and your elbows at a 45-degree angle as you descend and ascend.
Use the aerobic step risers to go down to a more manageable height if you find a standard training bench too high.
At the apex of the movement, contract your quads and glutes, and lower yourself slowly to repeat. To strengthen your legs, do three sets of ten repetitions.
The Stability Ball Rollout is the last exercise on the list for strengthening muscles in your 60s. So, go down on your knees with your stability ball in front of you.
Keep your core tight and squat as far as you can. The next repetition should be performed while returning to the starting position. Use a 3-by-10-repetition routine.