Nithin Kamath, the CEO of Zerodha, has issued a challenge with a Rs 10 lakh fortunate draw in an effort to motivate his staff to get in shape.
Details about the CEO of Zerodha challenges staff to a fitness competition for a prize of one month’s pay
The creator of the investing app explained the specifics of a fitness challenge in a series of tweets, offering participants an extra month’s pay for the next year.
“Our latest health challenge is to give an option to set a daily activity goal on our fitness trackers. Anyone meeting whatever goal set on 90% of the days over next year gets 1 month’s salary as a bonus. One lucky draw of Rs 10lks as a motivation kicker,” Kamath tweeted.
As more of their employees work from home, Kamath continued to discuss how sitting is the new smoking and how moving around is more important than ever.
It is a choice-based program. 350 active calories minimum each day, in any form. Due to the fact that the majority of us are WFH and seated at https://t.co/yUM10STKh0 – Nithin Kamath (@Nithin0dha) 1664019919000
The CEO spoke about his own epidemic experience and mentioned that keeping track of his health objectives had helped him lose weight.
“Since my initial weight gain after COVID, tracking activity has been the best growth hack, end up being more conscious about diet too. Slowly upped daily goal to 1000 calories,” Kamath’s tweet read.