Sometimes, diligently practicing a stretching and resistance training routine is a better fit for residents than other forms of exercise.
The benefits of stretching and resistance training for residence is its low impact on joints. Stretching works muscles in the opposite direction as strength training, elongating the muscle and making it more flexible and ready for action in day to day life. This makes residence less prone to injury and more reactive and limber. Resistance training can take the place of strength training by building the muscle's power without the stress on joints and ligaments coming from impact forms of strength training.
In addition, all these exercises can be performed in one's room in piece.
Remember, always consult with your resident's doctor before starting a new exercise regimen to preserve their health! They might have underlying conditions which could worsen if they started certain types of exercises!