Mukesh Ambani to Mark Zuckerberg: Top 7 tycoons and their fitness secrets
In the millennial era, the top-notch businessmen of the world are not just endeavoring to bring the best out of their companies, they are also working towards personal fitness and wellbeing.
1. Mukesh Ambani
India's richest man Mukesh Ambani is undoubtedly one of the most influential men across the globe. The MD of Reliance Industries Limited is an early riser and follows a strict health regime. Ambani usually wakes up at 5 am and then heads to the gym for an intensive workout. He prefers to stick to a strict vegetarian diet and do not drink alcohol or eat meat. As reported in Style magazine, his comfort food includes simple homecooked meal such as rice, dal and chapatti.
2. Anil Ambani
The chairman of Reliance Group Anil Ambani's fitness journey is nothing but inspirational. At the age of 40, he weighed 110kg, which was way above his ideal BMI (Body Mass Index). Anil then incorporated long morning runs into his routine which helped him elevate his physical and mental health. On several occasions, he has proved that the secret to his fitness is running by participating in various marathons.
3. Mark Zuckerberg
Although Mark Zuckerberg isn’t an early riser, the Facebook CEO has his ways of staying healthy. During an online interaction, Mark had mentioned, " Staying in shape is very important. Doing anything well requires energy, and you just have a lot more energy when you’re fit". He makes sure that he works out at least three times a week.
4. Tim Cook
Apple CEO Tim Cook has opened up that his healthy morning routine sets him up for the bright day. In an interview with CNBC, Cook averred that every morning after waking up, he hits the gym and works out for an hour. This helps him stay focused and less stressed throughout the day. This is the only secret of Cook's fit physique at 60.
5. Jack Dorsey
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s healthy-lifestyle routine is something that every fitness freak would wish for. According to CNBC, Jack walks to work, indulges in saunas & ice baths, meditates twice a day, excels at 7-minute workouts and uses a standing desk. He eats only dinners and sometimes goes without eating anything the entire weekend.
6. Nithin Kamath
In a recent tweet, the CEO and co-founder of 'Zerodha' Nithin Kamath shared a mindblowing body transformation. The 41-year-old had gained some serious weight during the lockdown. The principal reason for his fitness is an early start to the day and an early dinner, which he has also shared in a tweet that read, "Dinner by 7.30 pm, workouts at 5.30 am before the world gets noisy. A good diet has also significantly helped me be more productive at work".
7. Ajith Karimpana
The Furlenco founder follows a different kind of workout routine. Ajith prefers underwater workouts. The intensity of an underwater workout is naturally higher than the regular drill. As per Economic Times, the 40-year-old is hooked to this special type of workout because of its intensity. "After a few laps, I do 40 minutes of underwater stretches under the guidance of my fitness instructor. It is equal to an hour in the gym,” he quoted.