Carrie Underwood isn’t just a world-famous country music star.
She’s also a mother of two, and a fitness enthusiast who is serious about her health, and about setting a good example for her kids.
The Before He Cheats singer swears by one kitchen item that helps her do just that.
Carrie Underwood’s husband is coaching on her fit52 app
In a video posted to her Instagram account, Underwood announced that her husband, former professional ice hockey center Mike Fisher, is joining her fit52 app team.
“There’s a new #fit52 trainer in town and you just might know him.” Underwood said in the video, “Hey everybody, I am just leaving the set of our new fit52 shoot, adding new content, new pictures, and we have a very special announcement for all of you guys.”
Fisher, at one time with the Ottawa Senators and Nashville Predators, is serving as a trainer on the app. He’ll have his own path called, naturally, “Mike’s Path.”
“We have a new trainer in town! He is strong…handsome,” Underwood said with a wink, laughing. “…a former professional athlete. He is my husband! His name is Mike Fisher, and he’s gonna be working out with us now on fit52.”
“He’s gonna have his own path, Mike’s Path, and I can’t wait for you guys to try it,” she said. “He has been working out with me, basically since the beginning of fit52’s conception, and I was super excited and surprised at how much he loved doing the app with me.”
“So, here we go, you didn’t ask for it, but you got it!”
Carrie Underwood is serious about measuring food
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The country singing artist wrote in her 2020 fitness and lifestyle book, Find Your Path, about her habit of carefully managing her portion sizes. And she’s serious about it.
“I’ve seen so many diet programs that tell you to ‘Stop counting calories! Don’t track everything! You’ll never keep it up!’ I am living proof that this isn’t true – at least not for me,” she wrote. “I could eat just about anyone I know under the table and still not be full.”
The Love Wins singer went on to say, “Eyeballing just doesn’t work for me. If I try to eyeball portions, they creep up in size. If I put a cup of pasta on my plate but I don’t measure it, you can bet that what I think is a cup is actually closer to two cups. You’d be surprised at how inaccurate eyeballing it can be.”
The kitchen tool Carrie Underwood swears by
With her strict attention to portions in mind, it’s no surprise that the singer is very attached to her food scale.
“A cup of green beans, a cup of yogurt, and a cup of popcorn all have different weights, and measuring by cups or fractions of a cup