The Fitness Habits Of World Leaders And CEOs
Barack Obama: Former President of the United States
The former president trains religiously 6 days a week, 45 minutes at a time, usually first thing in the morning. His workout programme includes a mix of cardiovascular and strength training, and he also plays basketball regularly.
Sir Richard Branson: Founder of the Virgin Group
Sir Richard Branson credits his productivity to working out, stating that staying active through running, weightlifting, swimming, Bikram Yoga and rock climbing gives him an additional four hours of productivity every day.
Mark Zuckerberg: Founder & CEO of Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg announced on his personal Facebook page in 2016 that he had pledged to run 365 miles in the year as a New Year’s resolution to incorporate fitness into his lifestyle, and completed the challenge 5 months ahead of time. He trains now 5 times a week with a personal trainer.
Anil Ambani: Chairman of Anil Dhirubai Ambani Group
The Indian business mogul is well-known for being fit and running marathons. Being overweight in his younger years, Mr Ambani lost over a third of his weight through regular exercise and healthy eating. He has been spotted in Peak Fitness at 6:30 am when he visits Kuala Lumpur.
Narendra Modi: Prime Minister of India
Mr Modi practices yoga at 5 am every morning, and meditates every night before going to bed.
Hillary Clinton: USA Secretary of State
Mrs Clinton maintains a workout regime with a personal trainer 3 times a week at 6 in the morning.
Oprah Winfrey: Media Proprietor
Oprah stays healthy with 45-minute cardio sessions 6 mornings a week, and strength training sessions 5 times a week.
Anna Wintour: Editor-in-chief of Vogue
The famous editor reportedly has a daily hair appointment at 6:45am. What’s more interesting is that she would have finished playing an hour’s tennis by that time every single day.
Brian Chesky: Co-Founder of AirBnB
One of the founders of the increasingly popular lodging rental company used to compete in bodybuilding, and is still very involved in the sport to this day.
Jack Dorsey: Founder of Twitter
Mr Dorsey runs 5k every day, and hits the gym on a regular basis for functional workouts.