Staying Strong

Staying Strong

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Staying Strong aims to increase the health and wellbeing of older Tasmanians through engagement in regular, affordable fitness programs that are accessible at home or through local groups.

This project was funded by the Healthy Tasmania Fund through the Tasmanian Government.This project was funded by the Healthy Tasmania Fund through the Tasmanian Government.

Strength and balance training

There is no age limit on exercise! Whether you are 50 or 80, strength and balance training can help you get fit, stay strong and improve your health and wellbeing.

From home

Staying Strong at Home: Strength and Balance Training for Older Tasmanians

Staying Strong at Home is an evidence-based exercise program that can be done from home with little or no equipment.

The program was developed by a fitness professional (Luke Summers) in line with industry best practice.

The Staying Strong at Home initiative has been supported by grant funding from the Tasmanian Government.

The Staying Strong at Home booklet is available as a PDF document here (2.55MB file size).

Printed copies can also be requested using the form below. The booklet is free, but please note that delivery fees may apply. You can also collect the booklet from our Hobart office free of charge.


Living Longer Living Stronger

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COTA Tasmania will no longer be administering the Living Longer Living Stronger program after funding concludes on 30 June 2023. Existing instructors and providers in Tasmania will retain their Living Longer Living Stronger accreditation status.

Living Longer Living Stronger is a personalised strength and balance program for older Tasmanians.

The program offers safe, accessible and effective strength and balance training sessions for older Tasmanians.

Each participant is assessed and provided with a training program tailored to their individual needs.

Sessions are delivered by accredited providers and instructors in a group setting to facilitate social connections.

The program is designed to provide affordable access to strength and balance training.

For more information, see the Living Longer Living Stronger section of the COTA Tasmania website.