Tasty but nutritious, wholesome food; that’s what we’re all about here at Keep Fit With Kyri. What better way to start the collection then with one of my favourite spots to eat, The Athenian. With hubs in London and Bristol and growing rapidly, they offer a tasty menu of freshly made souvlaki prepared in the … Continue reading GET YOU TO THE GREEK!
Society has been naturally led to believe that fresh produce is better than frozen from a nutritional standpoint. There’s no doubt fresh produce wins in terms of taste but in today’s fast paced environment where the average working person has less free time on their hands, convenience becomes such an important factor, when sticking to … Continue reading FRESH OR FROZEN: DOES IT REALLY MATTER?
Bread… “You shouldn’t eat white bread because it is processed” “Brown is better for you than white; it’s healthier” “Brown = good carbs, White = bad carbs These are just a few common misconceptions you may encounter on this topic but are there actually any real differences between the two? Is it really healthier to … Continue reading MYTH BUSTER: BROWN IS BETTER THAN WHITE?
For todays post I will be introducing a new series to my blog; The Myth Buster series! Where I will go through and dispel some of the most common myths to plague the fitness community! First topic in the series; If you want to burn fat, you have to do fasted cardio in the morning! … Continue reading MYTH BUSTER: FASTED CARDIO BURNS FAT
Whether you’re familiar with these forms of cardio or not, the question on whether HIIT or LISS are better than one another at burning fat and losing weight will continue to rile the fitness community for millennia. There are countless studies analysing the health effects of interval and steady-state cardiorespiratory training but the internet is … Continue reading HIIT vs LISS: CARDIO COMPARISON FOR FAT LOSS
27yrs old…5′ 9″…171lbs. Currently on a cut (reducing my caloric intake) aiming for 165lbs before September. After which I will start bulking (increasing my caloric intake) back up to around 185lbs. I float around 2000 calories when I’m cutting and 3000 when I’m bulking. I keep my diet as simple as possible but flexible. This … Continue reading An Introduction