Tim McGraw Shares Inspiring Fitness Journey in New ‘Grit & Grace’ Book

Grit & Grace

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Country music star Tim McGraw opens up about his lifestyle changes in his new book, 'Grit & Grace: Train the Mind, Train the Body, Own Your Life'! More here.

At 52-years-old Tim McGraw‘s level of fitness is impressive and he’s worked very hard over the past decade to get where he is today. The country music star has penned his first book, Grit & Grace: Train the Mind, Train the Body, Own Your Life, sharing his personal story. Not only has McGraw kicked alcohol to the curb, he’s also lost 40 pounds and has toned up his entire body!

“Focusing on my physical health hasn’t just made my body healthier, it’s made me healthier at every level. Moving daily and exercising regularly was a pebble that set off a ripple effect, improving the way I eat, sleep, relate to others, and show up both personally and professionally. It made me a better person to be around,” McGraw shares via Instagram.

Grit & Grace covers Tim McGraw’s fitness journey and also includes tips to help others. The book is set to be released on November 5th!

“I want this book to help people find what works for them by sharing the mental and physical approach that has worked for me,” the star told PEOPLE back in March.

Share this closer look at Tim McGraw’s Grit & Grace with other country music fans!

“Live Like You Were Dying” Official Music Video

He said
“I was in my early forties
With a lot of life before me
And a moment came that stopped me on a dime
I spent most of the next days
Looking at the x-rays
Talkin’ ’bout the options
And talkin’ ’bout sweet time”
I asked him
“When it sank in
That this might really be the real end
How’s it hit you
When you get that kind of news?
Man, what’d you do?”
He said
“I went skydiving
I went Rocky Mountain climbing
I went 2.7 seconds on a bull named Fumanchu
And I loved deeper
And I spoke sweeter
And I gave forgiveness I’d been denying”
And he said
“Someday I hope you get the chance
To live like you were dying”
He said
“I was finally the husband
That most of the time I wasn’t
And I became a friend a friend would like to have
And all of a sudden going fishin’
Wasn’t such an imposition
And I went three times that year I lost my dad
I finally read the Good Book, and I
Took a good, long, hard look
At what I’d do if I could do it all again
And then
I went skydiving
I went Rocky Mountain climbing
I went 2.7 seconds on a bull named Fumanchu
And I loved deeper
And I spoke sweeter
And I gave forgiveness I’d been denying”
And he said
“Someday I hope you get the chance
To live like you were dying
Like tomorrow was a gift
And you’ve got eternity
To think about
What you’d do with it
What could you do with it
What did I do with it?
What would I do with it?
Skydiving
I went Rocky mountain climbing
I went 2.7 seconds on a bull named Fumanchu
And I loved deeper
And I spoke sweeter
And I watched an eagle as it was flying”
And he said
“Someday I hope you get the chance
To live like you were dying
To live like you were dying
To live like you were dying”

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