MolyFit is exercise aimed for the over 65’s.

My aim is for MolyFit to be part of your everyday habit. Try a little exercise every day and see the benefits for yourself.

John Molyneux, MolyFit Founder

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Understanding your body during exercise

Working to heart rate (HR)It is important to understand what’s happening to your body when you exercise and to be able to measure your effort levels.As you exercise, the blood in your body moves towards the muscles that you are using. This is why it is said don’t...

Stop being top heavy

The average human head weighs around 5kg. If your posture is good, your head will rest nicely on top of your neck with all of its weight evenly distributed throughout your body. Unfortunately, that’s not what most of us do. We slouch, stoop and walk with our eyes to...

Bad Habits

Bad Habits I have been a sports therapist for over 20 years now. During this time, a lot of theory and technology has changed. One thing that hasn’t is that I get called to action too late. Someone will usually contact me when they have chronic, consistent pain, tried...

The Coronavirus – how staying active can help you!

The Coronavirus panic is, as I write, looking less scary with lock-down being eased.  So what have we learned? Yes, be alert. Listen to the guidance. Think of others. Wash your hands. All good advice but there are so many things we are still unclear about. What...


I had the idea for my new book An Even Better You in Later Life in December, finished writing it in January, gave Duncan, the illustrator February to complete his work and in March it went off to the editor. The idea was to try and encourage the older adult to...

#NHSSOS: It’s time to Save OurSelves…and the NHS

When I'm out on my allowed one walk of the day, morning, afternoon or evening, no matter what time it is, there is a smile on my face. How lovely it is to see so many new faces walking past me. Self-isolation has been a challenging affair to say the least, but the...

COVID-19 Trying to stay positive

I launched Molyfit.co.uk in the beginning of the year with the aim of helping the NHS by encouraging the older adult back into exercise. Promoting physical activity among the over 65’s I believe can help save the NHS millions by curtailing avoidable diseases. Now we...

Why strength and flexibility are so important in later life

In the UK, falls are the most common cause of injury related deaths in people over the age of 75. This is why it is so important to keep an eye on the components of fitness, to try and reduce this horrible statistic. Falls occur because of balance problems and...

Paul and prostate cancer

I’d like to introduce you to Paul. Last month, Paul was diagnosed with Prostate cancer. In Males in the UK, Prostate cancer is the most common cancer. About 80% of men who reach the age of 80 will have cancer cells in their prostate. Paul at 77, has a good prognosis...

Understanding your body during exercise. Working to heart rate.

It is important to understand what's happening to your body when you exercise and to be able to measure your effort levels. As you exercise, the blood in your body moves towards the muscles that you are using. This is why it is said don't train just after a meal. When...


WHAT IS MolyFit?

Exercise for the over 65’s.

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.


Whether you choose one of my easy to read books or my FREE online 28 day video exercise plans (and 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.

Get Started Today!

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

Access to my online exercise plans and video library are completely free. I only ask for your email to personalise your experience. I do not send out marketing emails or sell on your data. 



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 my first book.

Books for Every Ability

I have a series of books available covering every ability so no matter what your fitness level, I can get you moving via a simple exercise courses that you can follow at your leisure.

Who Says Age Should Slow You Down?

Out Now!

Who will benefit from this book?

Over the last few months, I have been messaged by so many people, who because of limited mobility, cannot leave their homes to exercise. This book is for you.

An Even Better You in Later Life

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Who will benefit from this book?

Do you want more from your body’s overall fitness? This book is for those who already exercise, have a good fitness base to start, but want to take it to the next level.


A Better You in Later Life

Out Now!

Who will benefit from this book?

We all get the occasional aches and pains or niggle, but did you know that a great deal of them can be preventable just by taking a closer look at your body and the way you move?

About the Author

John Molyneux is a sports therapist with a client base that extends across the globe. He specialises in age related exercise and follows a holistic approach to fitness.

Using his 20 plus years of experience, he will get you to look at your body in a different way, focus on posture, movement and the bad habits that have formed over the years. Then, using strength and stretching techniques, show you how to obtain your goals and break down the barriers holding you back.


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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