Oxfordshire's health and fitness specialists

Over 60 Exercise delivers personal training, group exercise and events to promote active ageing in and around Oxfordshire.
At any age, exercise contributes a big part to your quality of life. As we age, this increasingly becomes the case. But there can be barriers to exercising past your 60’s; here are some our clients have mentioned:

- The gyms are not a comfortable environment

- Personal trainers don’t understand my needs

- I won’t be able to keep up in an exercise class

- I don’t know where or how to start


OVER 60 EXERCISE have worked diligently to answer these and many other questions. The result is a health and fitness service specialised in the needs of those aged 60 and above.

Oxfordshire’s mature health and fitness specialists

Over 60 Exercise deliver personal training, group exercise and events to promote active ageing in and around Oxfordshire.
At any age exercise contributes a big part to your quality of life. But as we age, this increasingly becomes the case. As a result of this awareness, we have created a health and fitness service specialised in the needs of those aged 60 and above.

UK CMO Guidelines for older adults (65+)

1. Older adults who participate in any amount of physical activity gain some health benefits, including maintenance of good physical and cognitive function. Some physical activity is better than none, and more physical activity provides greater health benefits.

2. Older adults should aim to be active daily. Over a week, activity should add up to at least 150 minutes (2½ hours) of moderate intensity activity in bouts of 10 minutes or more – one way to approach this is to do 30 minutes on at least 5 days week.

3. For those who are already regularly active at moderate intensity, comparable benefits can be achieved through 75 minutes of vigorous intensity activity spread across the week or a combination of moderate and vigorous activity.

4. Older adults should also undertake physical activity to improve muscle strength on at least two days a week.

5. Older adults at risk of falls should incorporate physical activity to improve balance and co ordination on at least two days a week.

6. All older adults should minimise the amount of time spent being sedentary (sitting) for extended periods.