Welcome to completely free access to exercise videos and useful tips. No catches.

I want MolyFit to be part of your everyday schedule as a way to regain control of those tired, achy muscles.

Through my short videos I will teach you to listen to your body and use techniques to help you maintain mobility and stay as pain free as possible. I want you to live a long, active life, doing the things you enjoy.

It’s fun. It’s fast. It’s free to join and access all our content.

John Molyneux, MolyFit Founder

Welcome to MolyFit


WHAT IS MolyFit?

MolyFit is simply exercise to help you maintain mobility, staying as pain free as possible. My message is simple: Sit less and move more.


As we get older, our bodies slow down and weaken. Problems occur which cause bad habits that can lead to injury and ill health.

This is why exercise becomes even more important with age, to stop these problems building and stay fit and active.


Via FREE 28 day video exercise plans and an extensive video library, I will show you that just a few minutes of exercise a day will make all the difference. With a little consistency and effort, I will build a better you.


Exercise benefits


Heart disease

Regular exercise can help improve your heart health. Exercise can lower your blood pressure, lowering your risk of dying of heart disease and lower the risk of it progressing.



Diabetes now costs the NHS over £1 billion pounds a year. 90 per cent of diabetes is type two, which can usually be reversed through cutting back on sugar and exercising regularly.



 Exercise can help control the frequency and severity of asthma attacks.


Back pain

Strengthening your core and looking after your posture will stop unnecessary pressure going into your back. Exercise will increase strength and endurance by improving muscle function.



Exercise can help reduce pain and help the joints by maintaining muscle strength around the affected areas. It can reduce joint stiffness and improve physical function.



People who exercise regularly reduce the risk of developing heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and obesity, all of which are associated with developing dementia.


See for yourself…

Thank you to the Hub, Redbourn for opening your doors for filming and to Simon and Lindy, Harry and Lyndy, Mike and Denise, Tony, Paul and Freddy the Dachshund who star in this clip. Also, a big thank you to James Mitchell, director.

I hope you enjoy the promo video made for the book.

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MolyFit Book

A Better You in Later Life is the ultimate guide book for the over 50’s. This step by step guide will help you to recover your strength, balance and mobility. You’ll start by learning about posture – the most common problem and usually the cause of most aches and pains. 

Download a full, free PDF version in the members area or alternatively purchase a paperback version securely from Amazon by clicking on the button below.


Get Started Today!

Just a little exercise done every day can make the difference for A Better You In Later Life. 



What People are Saying


"This book is so easy to understand with great photos of how to do the exercises.

The Author has set everything out so well. It is easy to read, simple to understand and follow. I enjoyed working my way through the book, teaching myself all that I need to do to keep supple and active. Thank John for making My later life more enjoyable."

Lynne Barnett

“Highly Recommend”

"An Excellent place to start if you’re thinking of beginning to exercise again.

A sensible step by step guide to ageing well. Really easy to follow, clearly written by someone who knows how the body works (and doesn’t!). I would definitely recommend to anyone who wants to take a proactive approach to keeping active and pain free in later life."

Melanie Wright, Consultant Geriatrician

“So Easy to Follow”

"An Instructive, enlightening read

This book has been well thought out, the author is clearly very experienced as a sports therapist. I am 70."

Martin Roberts

"I Really Enjoyed this Book"

"I feel the author has a really good grasp of the way the body works and a sensible approach to keeping healthy into older age. The principles of the book are really sound and the explanations and illustrations are easy to follow. I feel the that although these exercises are aimed at people who are growing older, they are relevant to people of all ages. Everyone needs a strong and stable core and this book will undoubtedly help you achieve this!"

Dr Saul Marmot


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