Stay fit and healthy for longer!

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Fun workouts that adapt to your fitness level, your age, and your conditions.

Start by choosing your style:

Comprehensive workout

designed for healthy aging.

Target: Stay fit and injury-free

for longer.

High intensity workout

done in music. 


Target: Improve your cardiovascular health while having fun!

Who is Melody?

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Melody is a French Architect and Australian personnal trainer who has been involved in the fitness industry all over the world for over 20 years, During those years, she have been instructing Bootcamps, Zumba, Cycle, Boxing and mobility classes to people who were 3 to 83yo. She has a bubbly personality and a curious mind that makes her a knowledgeable and fun instructor to train with. 

Who will benefit the most from this website?

This training is the most beneficial for seniors who want to stay healthy for longer.  And busy people who want to be able to train anywhere without expensive equipment.



I have a goal, can you help me?

YES, but this website will not promote extreme body transformation, magic pills or obsessive behaviors. I promote a balance between physical and mental health and incremental change to reach your goals safely and sustainably.

What are the 3 principles of Fit and Fun Life?

Adaptability: each exercise have options

Functionality: we train to make everyday activities easier.

Sustainability: to keep you active and safe for longer.

Should I train differently with age?

Yes! Each age group has different physical and psychological needs. For example, science shows that on top of strength and cardio exercises, seniors also need regular mobility and balance exercises.

How many times per week should I train?

Whatever your age, it is recommended to train 3 times per week minimum on nonconsecutive days. But you should also move 45 min during your "rest" day, even if it is only walking the dog or doing house cleaning.

What is the best training for me?

It is one that you understand and enjoy. Understanding a move will allow you to use it in everyday life.  And enjoying it will motivate you to exercise long enough to see progress. 

Designed for healthy aging.

High-intensity training in music. 

Get in touch

My Scientific resources on physical training:

I follow the recommendations from highly recognized institutions like those ones to keep me informed.

- Sports Medecine Australia ( https://sma.org.au/)

- Australian Government Department of Health (https://www1.health.gov.au/)

- Fitness Australia (https://fitness.org.au/)

- Australian Institute of Sport (https://ais.gov.au/home)

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