The present study aimed at evaluating effects of different daily exercises on executive function (EF) and mental health in elderly individuals. The twenty-three elderly individuals including; inactive individuals (INACT, n = 9), bowlers (BOWL, n = 8), and runners (RUN, n = 6) were studied (55-64yr). The performance of EF was evaluated by the Stroop Color-Word test. The status of mental health was assessed by the use of questionnaire. The EF was significantly higher in the BOWL and RUN as compared to the INACT. The mental health status in the BOWL was significantly better than the INACT. The present study suggests that daily regular exercises such as bowling and running improve EF in elderly individuals, and in particular BOWL showed a well maintained status of mental health.