Carrie Underwood’s Insanely Strong Legs Are Even More Impressive When Compared To NFL Players

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When it’s all said and done, Carrie Underwood will go down as one of the greatest musicians of all-time. While her vocals are one thing, her insanely strong legs are another.

During Sunday night’s 64th Annual Grammy Awards, Underwood performed an incredible, haunting rendition of her new single ‘Ghost Story’ and absolutely crushed it.

Once again, while her performance of the song was amazing, it was her legs that stole the show. The polite way of describing her legs may be ‘toned,’ but much like that of an athlete, they are absolute jacked and she is absolutely shredded.

As Underwood performed on the stage at the Grammys, her legs were all anyone could talk about and they sent shockwaves across the internet.

In fact, when compared to some of the strongest players in the NFL, Underwood and her legs stand their ground. Literally.

Underwood’s legs have been a large point of conversation in the past. She is known for being fit and works really hard to get the results she wants.

For those who are wondering what she does, Underwood has shared her leg routine in the past. In 2020, she told Women’s Health that her leg workout consisted of six supersets of three moves, each done in three or four sets.

  • Tuck jumps
  • Romanian deadlifts (with 30 to 35-pound dumbbells)
  • Walking lunges (with 20 to 25-pound dumbbells)
  • Elevated sumo squats (with a 50-pound dumbbell)

Underwood also incorporates cardio into her routine, running 1.25 miles every 15 minutes to run five miles after an hour. In addition, she incorporates the following on and off:

  • Squat into a lunge
  • Cherry pickers
  • Skater hops
  • Lateral lunges
  • Bosu jumps
  • Pulsing sumo squats
  • Stair jumps into a squat

As for her diet, Underwood has shared some of her staples in the past.

  • Pre-workout breakfast:
    • Tofu or egg-white scramble
    • Ezekiel toast
    • Berries
    • Coffee
  • Post-workout lunch:
    • Sandwich with tofurky, tomato, avocado, red onion, spinach and mustard
  • Afternoon snack:
    • Green smoothie or a protein bar
  • Dinner:
    • Vegetable-based meal, like roasted veggies and a stir-fry
    • A glass (or two or three) of red wine

If the whole music thing doesn’t work out, or if she ever gets bored and wants to try something new, she would fit right in next to ‘The Quadfather’ A.J. Dillon or ‘Squads’ Saquon Barkley in an NFL backfield.