Country music star Tim McGraw has a whole new outlook on his health and life. When the singer quit drinking to get healthy, it changed his life around and also improved his relationship with his wife, fellow country music star Faith Hill and children, according to a Jan. 30 PEOPLE report.
The singer quit drinking alcohol in 2008 and took up intense workouts instead. “I drank a lot from my point of view and I needed to stop,” McGraw, 45, told the magazine. “I felt quitting was something I needed to do. I didn't feel I had any moral high ground with my kids in the long run.”
Showing off an enviable set of eight-pack abs for PEOPLE’s photo shoot, the former whiskey drinker spends time taking care of his body and tells the magazine that "Working out is a great way to go out on stage. When I hit the stage, my adrenaline is going and I'm ready.”
When discussing the effect quitting alcohol had on his family, the singer said he’s in a good place and plans to enjoy his career and his family. McGraw’s new album “Two Lanes of Freedom” is slated for a Feb. 5 release and he plans to embark on a 30-city tour this spring. McGraw and Hill have three daughters, Gracie Katherine, 15, Maggie Elizabeth, 14, and Audrey Caroline, 11.
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