The purpose of this study was to examine the most suitable exercise for the elderly women by comparing the changes in body composition and physical function fitness after modern dance, aquarobic and combined exercise programs for the elderly women. The subjects of this study were 47 elderly women in J-do, chosen as MDG(n=13), AEG(n=11), CEG(n=11) and CG(n=12) for participated for 60 minutes/day and three times/wk for 12 weeks. The results of grip strength, chair stand, arm curl, 2 minute step, 244cm up and go was significantly than in the control group. Back scratch was decreased significantly after exercise only in the modern dance group and combined exercise group but there was no change in chair sit and reach. These results suggest that various exercises were found to play a positive role in maintaining and improving fitness for the elderly women. In addition, additional exercise programs are needed to improve flexibility and mobility of joints for the elderly. It is thought that it is important to voluntarily participate in a movement that suits your interests to make it sustainable.