“Every entrepreneur I know uses Power 20,” said Shivani Siroya, CEO of InVenture, an LA-based tech company that brings a mobile version of Quickbooks to entrepreneurs in developing countries. Shivani and I were having lunch in LA, and I had been running Power 20 for about 7 months at that point.
As the founder of Power 20, I was glad to hear it, but surprised and even skeptical. But since then, I’ve discovered that the Power 20 app is a staple for CEOs and leaders at many tech companies. Aside from Shivani, in the past week I’ve seen first hand that Matthew Amsden from ProofPilot, Chas Ballew at Aptible, and Brad Weinberg at Blueprint Health accelerator are all enthusiastic users.
Tech CEOs like Power 20 because it’s simple and gets the job done. More specifically:
- It’s really quick; it takes just 20 minutes.
- They don’t need to change clothes or go to the gym to do it.
- There’s no decision-making involved.
- Very few can actually do the hardest level, so there’s room for improvement.
I originally built Power 20 to help family members stave off diabetes and weight gain. I’m glad to see that young, fit people are seeing results with it as well.
You can get the app here. Warning: it’s a hefty $2.99.
Power 20 Full Body Workout
These 20-minute workouts work everything from your calves to your neck, with special emphasis on improving balance and overall strength. You’ll see results after just a few weeks of consistently using the app.