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Carrie Underwood Reveals What She Finds So Unusual About Her Husband Mike Fisher

Does Carrie Underwood work out with her husband? The answer is…

Yes—and no.

While Carrie, who has her own line of fitness wear, is obviously extremely fit, and hubby Mike Fisher is a professional athlete, and they both devote a huge portion of their lives to being healthy, Carrie tells E! News that they don’t really work out together-together.

“We more work out in the same space together,” the country singer told us when we caught up with her at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Houston, where she was launching a partnership with her CALIA workout line.

“We have shared workouts before because there’s a lot of partner stuff you can do,” she shared. “Like I’ll have to do 50 push-ups and he’ll have to run on the treadmill, at a good pace, until I’m done with my 50 push-ups. Or like, we’ve done this thing where he has to run a mile and the longer it takes him to run a mile, the more I’m holding a wall sit.”

As for what kinds of workouts they do, the star says they like to try new things so that they don’t get bored with the same routines.

“We’re all about mixing things up. We do like kickboxing and we do weight stuff, and if we have a nice gym at a hotel we utilize whatever equipment is there,” she said. “And we try to take a class every once and awhile.”

Watch the video above to see Underwood’s answer when we asked whether it ever gets a little competitive between her and Fisher.

But maybe it’s for the best that the couple don’t train together—they might not get that many workouts in during some months.

“My husband is as wonderful as he is hot, and I feel like that’s rare,” Underwood gushed about Fisher. “He’s amazing. He’s such a great dad and he’s so supportive of what I do and I’m supportive of him and we just love our little family.

“I’ve seen my husband twice in the past month, but we’ll hang on until we can be together. It makes those moments that you are together more special.”

As for the other man in her life, her 1 1/2-year-old son, Isaiah, he sounds both like a chip off the old block and a bit of a mama’s boy (in a good way).

“He is a very physical baby. He loves to climb things—but he does love music, too,” Underwood revealed. “There are certain things you don’t even realize he’s picked up but he sometimes tunes in and will start singing along.”

Meanwhile, in addition to her disciplined workouts, Carrie keeps looking and feeling her best thanks to a balanced diet—but thanks to all that working out, she isn’t too hard on herself.

“I work hard but I cut myself slack,” she said.

“I think [my preferred cheat foods are] things that are more carb-heavy, more bready type things, but for me it’s more about going out to dinner with friends,’ she explained her version of “diet-cheat days.” “It doesn’t matter what I’m eating, just more about being in the moment and everybody’s just enjoying nice food.”

Carrie Underwood Receives the Highest Honor of the Century!

Photo credit: Dan Callister

Photo credit: Dan Callister

More than a decade into her career, 19 Recordings/Arista Nashville superstar Carrie Underwood remains a consistent fan-favorite, as the CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee becomes the RIAA’s highest certified country album artist to debut this century, amid a wave of new RIAA album certifications across her entire studio catalog.

On the heels of three back-to-back #1 singles, Underwood’s 2015 Storyteller album is now certified Platinum while each of her first four studio albums add Multi-Platinum certifications.  These include Blown Away (now 2x Multi-Platinum), Play On (3x Multi-Platinum), Carnival Ride (4x Multi-Platinum), and Underwood’s blockbuster debut, Some Hearts, now at 8x Multi-Platinum.

Of all country albums now RIAA certified at 8 million or more, Underwood’s 2005 debut stands as the youngest in the tally, also earning her the distinction of the highest album certification of any country artist to emerge since 2000.

Underwood already holds the distinction of being the current Top Country Artist (male or female) on RIAA’s Digital Single Ranking with 28 million (also making her among the Top 5 females in the history of the RIAA’s Digital Single Program, across all genres).

Having played to more than 800,000 fans so far since its launch, Underwood is currently headlining The Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round through the end of November, including tomorrow night’s sold out show at Madison Square Garden. From there the tour will stop for shows in Albany, NY and Uncasville, CT before taking a brief break from the tour for Carrie to return to Nashville where, on November 2nd, she’ll join Brad Paisley as the CMA Awards co-host for a ninth consecutive year. The 50th Annual CMA Awards airs live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena at 8 PM/ET on ABC.  This year, Underwood garnered her first nomination for the coveted CMA Entertainer of the Year award, as well as nominations for Female Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year for Storyteller, and Musical Event of the Year with Keith Urban for “The Fighter.”

CMT Celebrates the Biggest Stars of the Year at CMT Artist of the Year Celebration


In a night of once-in-a-lifetime performances, unexpected tributes and unforgettable toasts, country music superstars and friends will gather at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center to celebrate honorees: Carrie Underwood, Chris Stapleton, Florida Georgia Line, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Bryan, Shania Twain and Thomas Rhett during the “CMT Artists of the Year” special.

Universally loved, Shania Twain receives the biggest honor of the evening as “CMT Artist of a Lifetime” presented by RAM Trucks. Powerhouse vocalists from the worlds of pop, country and R&B – Meghan Trainor, Kelsea Ballerini and Jill Scott – honor Twain in a cross-genre medley of her biggest hits “Still the One,” “Any Man of Mine” and “Man, I Feel Like A Woman.” Twain accepts her award through tears, exclaiming “Holy Beep-it.” Twain speaks of her lifelong love affair with music and dogs, thanking the industry for picking up where her mother left off and setting the stage for her meteoric rise and continued influence across all of music.

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Click more to see more performance and speech clips from the show. And just in case you missed it… it’s airing again!! Get the info after the jump!

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Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood Trade Laughs for Class for CMA Awards Promo

Hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood traded in their usual funny banter for a classy and respectful tribute to country music for the 50th Annual CMA Awards with a snippet of the “Forever Country” tribute.

The 50th Annual CMA Awards” will broadcast live from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Wednesday, Nov. 2nd (8:00-11:00 PM/ET) on ABC.

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