Carrie Underwood Reveals The Gadget That Allows Her To Maintain Her Slim Figure While On Tour

Carrie Underwood is certainly well known: not only for her singing talent, but also for her slim figure. And it seems that the 33-year-old country music singer has just revealed her secret to always staying in shape, according to Radio.

And while Carrie Underwood has always expounded the benefits of fitness and a healthy way of living, she has just revealed via her Instagram account that she uses a portable workout tool that helps her always stay in shape.

And that workout tool is called the Deskcycle. According to Carrie Underwood herself, this new tool is for underneath the table or even while travelling on the bus. But it can also be used pretty much anywhere, and it’s especially beneficial for those leading a sedentary lifestyle.

“New gadget for underneath the table on the bus. Now, I can keep moving on those long bus rides! This isn’t an advertisement… just thought I’d try it out and share. I don’t know what other types of things are out there like this, but, so far I’m liking this one! What kinds of portable things do you guys use?”

Carrie Underwood also asked her Instagram followers to share in the comments their own secrets for having lean bodies. It appears that the country music superstar is particularly interested in portable workout tools such as her latest gadget.

Meanwhile, Carrie Underwood has just extended her Storyteller Tour through fall, according to Rolling Stone. The “Jesus, Take the Wheel” singer has recently revealed dates for the fall leg of the tour, which extends through the end of November.

Carrie Underwood began the current leg of the Storyteller Tour on January 30, 2016, in Florida, while the fall leg of the tour will begin with the singer’s September 4 show in Washington, which is expected to feature such guests as Easton Corbin and the Swon Brothers.

In her statement issued this week, Carrie Underwood said that she loves being on the road performing for her fans across the U.S., adding that the Storyteller Tour “feels more magnetic than ever.”

“Having a 360-degree view of the audience gives me the opportunity to connect with more fans and feed off their energy. I can’t wait to continue this tour into the fall!”

And while Carrie Underwood is set to perform her latest hit “Church Bells” during the Academy of Country Music Awards on April 3, the country music star was recently selected as the recipient of the ACM Lifting Lives Gary Haber Award for her charitable actions in 2015, according to Taste of Country.

The award is given to those who have been showing a dedication to helping those in need. The “Before He Cheats” singer is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year at ACM Awards 2016.

“I got the chance to meet retired Army vet Phillip Vaughn and his family in DC. They’re such a beautiful family! What an incredible cause to partner with @OperationHomefront”

In her recent press release, Carrie Underwood said she loves songs about strong women, referring to her new song “Church Bells” that debuted during the ACM Awards on CBS last Sunday. The song, which is the third single in the singer’s latest album Storyteller, was produced by Mark Bright, and written by Zach Crowell, Brett James, and Hillary Lindsey.

And according to the press release, it appears that Carrie Underwood loves to make those who listen to her songs root for the woman that “does something powerful that she never thought she could do.”

“People are strongest when they’re pushed to their limits.”

And although it seems like Carrie Underwood had her hands full at this year’s ACM Award show — performing, being nominated and receiving the 2016 Lifting Lives Gary Haber Award — the singer was also a headliner of the ACM Party for a Cause Festival held on April 1.

Carrie Underwood was among the first country singers to partner with ACM Lifting Lives, when she invested her money in buying musical instruments to public schools in her hometown of Checotah, Oklahoma.

Apart from her partnership with ACM Lifting Lives, Carrie Underwood has been actively partnering with the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, the Make-a-Wish Foundation as well as her own C.A.T.S. Foundation, which was founded to benefit her hometown of Checotah.

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