Research has been done on the sample of 20 elderly women (n= 20, mean age=67.0±5.9 yrs; mean height) 1,63 ± 0,12m; mean weight) 75,3 ±15kg) who had been involved in experimental combined twentyweeks training program, twice a week, for 60 minutes. Research goal was to state the effects of combined aerobic, aqua aerobic and swimming program to some morphologic characteristics at the beginning and at the end of the program, as well as based on significance of changes tested by T-test for reliant samples, it could be seen that the program caused certain changes in some morphological variables. It comes about body weight (p= ,001), waist size (p= .000) and size of thorax at inhaling (p= .000). Test results point that statistically important changes occurred in motoric space at testing speed of making individual move by arm (p= .000), coordination in space (p=.000), flexibility in banding forward (p=.000), as well as speed in 50 meters distance swimming (p=.000). Applied training-exercising program which included the said movement activities proved to be efficient, because it was confirmed that it positively affects some morphological characteristics and improvement of capability, mobility, coordination and flexibility in senior age women.