Workout is something that helps you to live in shape. Successful people often know the value of fitness and are desperate to do it daily. We are sharing stories about some popular people who follow a daily routine of workouts.
Let’s know them:
Congress women Nancy Pelosi does a 45-minute walk daily
In an interview with Jane Mayer in the New Yorker, Pelosi admits that touching base with her staff, making calls, and planning out her day 45-minute power walk. She said that it could be anything going from Libya to Capitol Hill; she did not forget her power walk.
Being an “avid runner and cyclist” Senator Wendy Davis survived her 13-hour filibuster
On June 25, 2013, Davis began to filibuster to block an anti-abortion bill which led to her standing for 13 hours consecutively without snacking or bathroom breaks and she also wore a back brace. Davis would not be able to do this if she did not stay fit. Davis was in good shape for this physical challenge of standing and talking for nearly 13 hours.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts CEO Frits van Paschen’s run 10 miles every day
The chief of Starwood Hotels and Resorts CEO Frits van Paschen’s routine makes all of us to shame. He not only run 10 miles every day but also starts at 6 AM. Van is known for his management style. In his opinion, business is all about conquering personal fears, setting high goals for yourself, and breaking barriers which in many ways meshes with Starwood. If you are feeling fatigued, have a Yerba Mate energy drink for a natural energy boost.
Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat follows an exercise regimen known as the Spartacus workout
The Spartacus workout is a specific way to burn fat. It includes pushups, squats, and dumbbells. He takes 15 minutes of rest between the reps. Bloomberg News reported that CEO’s fat-torching workouts give him the relentless focus he needs to cut the fat at Citi.
Aaron Patzer, Mint.com founder Lifts weights climbs and runs
Patzer said that you cannot work for 14 hours routine if you are not working out daily. The typical workout in startup mode is from 9-6 and 9-7 with a two-hour break for workout and dinner. By that time you are relaxed and work until midnight or 1 AM. If you don’t take breaks between the physical workouts, you would be more tired and less alert. His workouts include rock climbing, lifting, running, and even tree-climbing. He said that whenever a tree is climbable, one should climb it.
President Barak Obama sweats it out 45 minutes a day and six days a week
Exercise made the man Barak Obama he is today. Obama admitted in his book “Dreams from my father” that he was a drug user and underachiever until he started running three miles a day. He continues to his routine which is a combination of cardio and strength. In an interview with Men’s Health, he said that he workout 45 minutes a day and six days a week. He even wakes up early for a workout without being a workout guy. He always loves to play basketball on courts in federal buildings around Washington.
Popular people make their health their strength and follow workout routines in their life along with their profession. In today’s time where we are consuming lots of calories and junk food, the workout becomes equally important and we need to spend some time to make our body healthier. It will help us to live a longer and healthier life.