PExhibitors can reduce the risk of consent by one fifth for practicing Tai Chi and other exercise programs, according to studies.
A study conducted by the University of Oxford found that older people participating in fitness training to improve their strength would most likely end up suffering from deadly injuries.
A study of 108 studies with 23,407 participants found that classes aimed at improving balance and functional exercise reduced the risk of falling by 23 percent.
The average age of the study was 76 years, with three quarters of the participants being women.
The seniors living independently at home, as well as pensioners in villages or sheltered homes participated in the trials.
The review found that the physiotherapist's exercise programs that were carried out in group classes or at home were effective. Exercises were mostly done while standing, as it improves balance and the ability to perform daily activities such as getting up from a low chair or climbing the stairs.
On average, those who participated in all exercise programs fell by 23 percent less than those who did not, but it was found that Tai Chi reduced the drop by 19 percent.
Experts said it was less clear whether training, such as dancing and non-balance walking, could reduce the risk of falls.