Fortune 500 CEOs think this 1 daily habit leads to success

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In a world where time is a precious resource, fitting in a daily workout can seem impossible. But here’s a little secret: Devoting a some time each day to fitness increases your productivity during the rest of your waking hours. 

High-powered CEOs know this.

Virgin Group’s founder, Richard Branson, says he gets four hours of extra productivity every day by staying in shape. His workouts of choice include yoga, running, swimming, weightlifting, and rock climbing. 

Twitter and Square CEO, Jack Dorsey, works up to 18 hours per day. Yet he fits in a half-hour of mediation and three seven-minute workout cycles every morning.

Oprah Winfrey makes time in her busy schedule for yoga and getting in 10,000 steps each day.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s workout of choice is playing cricket.

So if you think you don’t have time to get moving, think again. BetterMe: Home Workout & Diet is basically a personal trainer on your phone. Through a series of workout journeys, you’ll receive a personal set of exercises and nutrition advice that helps you create healthy habits in record time. 

A personal coach feature guides you through a routine of fat-burning cardio and strength-training exercises. Yoga and walking workouts are also included for low-intensity, low-impact, or active-recovery days. As a bonus, personalized meal plans are available through the app. The plans will show you how to eat what you already love in a manner designed to help you lose weight.

The most important aspect of staying healthy is accountability. BetterMe’s online community receives daily articles and tips to maximize your time and effort, which is just one of the reasons users love BetterMe, giving it a 4.5/5-star rating on the App Store. Find out why today.

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