But managers at Reebok have gone one step further by forcibly removing all soda, pasta and white bread from the staff canteen at their Massachusetts headquarters.
Large candy bars and fried foods have also been taken from vending machines and replaced with nuts, fruits, and vegetables in an attempt to make employees healthier.
The company, which also puts on CrossFit classes for employees, said the fatty and sugary snacks have been replaced with fruits, nuts and vegetables instead (pictured, their headquarters)
Reebok even published a video of Austin Malleolo, one of their in-house CrossFit instructors, flipping a soda machine out of the office in the same way people flip tires as part of the exercise classes.
Matt O’Toole, President of Reebok, said: 'The goal for us here at Reebok is simple.
'We want to be the very best fitness brand in the world and to inspire everyone who touches our brand - consumers, fans, and employees – to reach their potential. And our mission starts right here, with our own people.'
O'Toole said the decision to ban soda specifically was prompted by a survey which showed four in ten Americans cannot name three of the ingredients in soda, including sugar and water.
Asked about how high they prioritized fizzy drinks, a shocking third of survey respondents said they would chose soda over sex, while three in ten would chose it over their job.
Fried food such as french fries have also been banned from the staff cafeteria, although employees will still be able to bring them in if they want
O'Toole added: 'After seeing these survey results and hearing directly from many of our employees, we felt removing sugary products from our HQ was simply the right thing to do.
'As a fitness company, we know how important it is to move - to use our body as it was meant to be used - but what we put in our bodies is equally as important.'
The news comes after envy-inducing snaps were published showing the canteens inside other big companies including Apple, Google, Dropbox and Pixar.
The restaurant quality fare includes freshly made pizza, delicious looking desserts and creamy pasta dishes - all of which would presumably be banned at Reebok.
For example, employees at Dropbox can expect a menu crafted by the likes of pastry chef Laurie Moran, who previously concocted sweets at New York City's Michelin-starred Le Bernadin.
The dessert menu alone includes Black Forest gateau with chocolate ganache glaze and brandied cherries, Earl Grey panna cotta tartlets, matcha pots de creme, and cardamom cheesecake with caramelized spiced apples.
Moran also creates a new ice cream flavor for employees every day of the week. "