LIIT (Low-Intensity Interactive Training) reframes everyday activities that maintain mobility, especially in the elderly community. Stereotypes have arisen as a result of increasingly ageist views in Singapore’s society. At times, the movements that the elderly perform in their day to day lives shows a loss of mobility. Rather, what if their current movements are viewed as a celebration of their strength? After all, their movements accommodate changes in their bodies. While there is a definite need to encourage the elderly to maintain their mobility, it is a worthwhile endeavour to approach mobility from a more positive perspective. The movement of the elderly is a move to adapt in the face of difficulty. LIIT explores these interactions in a community setting.