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Tim McGraw Shows Fans ‘Good Way to Warmup For a Saturday Morning Workout’

by Thad Mitchell
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Legendary country music singer Tim McGraw was up and at it early Saturday morning to get in a challenging workout.

The music industry megastar took to social media to share some workout tips when preparing for a vigorous gym session. Tim McGraw tweets a photo of himself on a cardio machine with the television on and tuned in to sports network ESPN. He is watching College Game Day, an ESPN staple each Saturday morning that examines college football games.

In the tweet’s caption, Tim McGraw says he is warming up for his exercise by watching College Game Day and working on his cardio. He also uses the opportunity to wish his fans and social media followers a Merry Christmas.

“Good way to warm up for a Saturday morning workout,” he says in the social media post. “@kirkherbstreit and the boys on @CollegeGameDay!!”

He wraps up the tweet with a “Merry Christmas Y’all,” to all of his fans on Twitter.

Kirk Herbstreit is a college football analyst and a cohost on the ever popular College Game day each Saturday during the season. The 51-year-old Herbstreit also played quarterback at Ohio State from 1989 to 1993. He also serves as a color analyst for ESPN college football game live broadcast.

Tim McGraw Shares Workout Routine With Men’s Health

Tim McGraw is 53-years old and is known to keep himself in peak physical condition with intense exercise routines. The country star even wrote a book on fitness titled “Grit and Grace: Train the Mind, Train the Body, Own Your Life.”

Just last year, McGraw shared some of his favorite workout routines with the readers of Men’s Health Magazine.

In the article, the singer explains that he designs his own workouts to push himself to his physical limit. He says he dedicates roughly 90 minutes to his daily fitness routine. He tells the magazine that he never tires of staying in shape.

“I don’t really get tired of training,” he says. “There’s such a feeling of accomplishment that comes from the feeling of being my age and still being at the top of my game.”