Keto Bar Brand Shares Tips on Staying Active During Coronavirus Pandemic

With social distancing, self-isolation or even days of bad weather, keto bars brand, YoFiit, shares ideas on how to tackle staying active indoors without needing home gym equipment. YoFiit creates plant-based bars to fuel the body, the gut and the mind.

Concord, Ontario, Canada - April 7, 2020 —

YoFiit, a brand that is focused on helping its customers eat clean food and stay active, is sharing tips on how people can keep active during the coronavirus pandemic. “With people staying inside longer, it is imperative to eat foods that help not only with one’s physical goals such as weight management, but that also combat stress and brain functions in general. Our keto bar, with no added sugar and with reishi, cordyceps and brain-boosting algal oil, can help people achieve both objectives.”

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in people worldwide practicing social distancing and self-isolation. While these steps are important to help flatten the curve of infection rates, it has left people needing to find new ways to keep fit at home.

“Whether self-isolation or just bad weather has you indoors all day, some simple exercises that don’t require a home gym can keep your fitness goals on track,” Amazan says. She suggests some ideas to get everyone started:

Stair stepping. Those without access to a set of stairs can use piles of books to step up and down.
The plank. Get into a push-up position with arms extended and hold. Start small, holding for 20 seconds and then add a few more seconds every day.
Dancing. A fun way to get the heart pumping and enjoy time with household members.
Cleaning. Vacuuming and mopping require energy.
Lifting weights. No need for gym equipment, fill up some water bottles and use those. If that’s not enough, fill medium size jugs and adjust the water levels to suit.
Jumping jacks. A great activity to do while watching tv.

“Our keto protein bar contains all of the essential proteins, healthy fats and fiber needed to give you long-lasting energy that will keep you full for hours. It is good to fuel your workout with foods that nourish your mind and body,” concludes Amazan.

For those interested in more information about YoFiit and its keto fat protein bar, please visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.


About Us: We believe in plant-based nutrition done better. Our mission: Nourish the body, gut, & mind with tasty foods that are free of crap & contain zero to low sugar.

Contact Info:
Name: Marie Amazan
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Organization: YoFiit
Address: 3120 Rutherford Rd., Unit 305, Concord, Ontario, L4K 0B2, Canada

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