The Healthy CXO.

Aditya Ghosh has an intense workout regimen that fuels his success

Sep 27 2019 • Written by Smriti Mishra

~ Smriti Jha


The former president of Indigo airlines, and the present CEO of OYO, Aditya Ghosh is a giant fitness enthusiast at the age of 43. He is one of the fittest business icons in India. The fitness videos and pictures of this mission-driven CEO are flooded on Instagram. People are following him widely.


Aditya loves roaming around the world with a fit soul and a peaceful mind. Arts, sports, traveling, hiking and camping on the hilltops, are his favourite things to explore. But, above all, he is known to be very focussed for his bodybuilding.



How Aditya’s typical day spent?


Aditya akin other great business leaders believe in opening eyes in the dawn hours. He wakes up between 4.30 am and 5.30 am and schedules the entire day. Allocating time for a workout is a daily ritual for him. Then he heads for the office. Food on time with pretty good breaks in between, healthy conversation and a self-commitment to improve a bit every day makes his day well spent.



About workout


He schedules for workout mostly five to six days a week. The work out is a combination of different exercises like cardio and strength training exercises. For him, such exercises help the body and mind in sync. It’s the perfect stress buster, he says.


About the diet


The workout requires honesty and sincerity in the diet as well.

True that the more you work out, the more you will have a hunger for the food. Here, if you eat right, and that too, in the right portion, you are a genius then! And, the great fitness icon Aditya, knows this very well.



Eating on time


Aditya is very conscious of the diet. He mostly carries home food. Aditya advocates for eating right on right time. Does not matter, if he is in a meeting, Aditya prioritizes time for a healthy meal on scheduled time. This helps to balance his body metabolism throughout the day!


Nutrition mantra


As a fitness icon, he knows the significant role of nutrition. He does not stick with a particular diet type. The food actually depends on what exercise and training he is on. He eats the food accordingly.

The proportion of carbs and proteins of his daily diet depends on the kind of work out training. He admits that he is a big foodie but at the same time, he knows how to control the portion size and to balance with a good workout.


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