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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...
The hamstring muscles

The hamstring muscles

The hamstrings are a set of three muscles in the back of your thigh. They attach in the lower half of your bottom down to behind the back of your knee. The job of the hamstrings is to bend your knee and to move your hips backwards. Tight hamstrings can lead to lower...

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Your core and you

Your core and you

Your Core is the starting point of any of the body’s action, it is responsible for holding everything in place when you use your body. This involves many muscles, from those deep inside to the muscles you can see on the surface. If not engaged correctly, even in your...

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What is a neutral spine?

What is a neutral spine?

At MolyFit you’ll often hear us mention the Neutral Spine... but what do we actually mean? A Neutral Spine is how the spine should sit, in the correct anatomical position. All of us have bad habits which put unnecessary pressure into our backs. Maintaining a Neutral...

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