Before going back on “The Denim & Rhinestones Tour,” Carrie Underwood is spending time at home with her family. However, her 3-year-old son doesn’t seem to be taking any days off. The country music star, who is 39 years old, shared a cute video of her youngest son working out to an old Tae Bo song.

The boys found one of my old Tae Bo DVDs in a box of stuff, and Jake thought it would be a good way to start the day!” In the Instagram description, she wrote, “I could soon have a gym friend!” and added that he was “getting the day started correctly.” There were over 131,000 likes on the post.

In the video, her son could be seen copying, or at least trying to copy, the Tae Bo teacher (Billy Blanks) as he did the tedious exercise. Jake didn’t last long before he broke into a dance move and fell into a nearby couch. A lot of people around the world can relate to this picture.

Jacob Bryan Fisher is Carrie Underwood’s youngest boy. He was born on January 21, 2019, and will be four years old in two weeks. Her son, Isaiah Michael Fisher, was born on February 27, 2015, and is their only child. His father is former NHL player Mike Fisher.

It looks like Jacob is interested in health and fitness from a young age. This is not a surprise since his father was a professional athlete and his mother is dedicated to her own health and fitness journey. Finding Your Path in 2020 is the name of the book that Carrie wrote about health and exercise.

Jacob could go in the same direction as his father, or he could go in the opposite direction after his mother. She hinted in an Instagram post about her family’s trip to the NASA Space Center that he might follow in her footsteps and become an astronaut.

“I met some great people, talked to astronauts in space, drove rovers on the moon, and checked out replicas of space stations. It was a great day!” They were so nice to my boys (who might become astronauts someday) and showed us around, so thanks to @astro_kimbrough and everyone else there “she wrote.

Carrie Underwood’s first part of her popular “The Denim & Rhinestones Tour” ended on November 19 with a show at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. The show won’t start until February 2, with 16 shows in February and 9 more in March. She won’t be back for another month.

The second half ends on March 17, but not before it stops in Washington, D.C., Boston, Newark, New York, Philadelphia, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas, Glendale, LA, Sacramento, Portland, Seattle, and additional cities.

There’s still work to be done. Within a short break, Carrie Underwood will commence her Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency for 18 shows spanning from June to December 2023. The performance will happen in The Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas, which can hold about 5,000 people.

When the theater first opened on December 1, 2021, Carrie Underwood was the first act to perform there. It was a sold-out show. Her first show back is set for June 21, and she will have four more in June. In July, there will only be one show, but she will be back for six shows in September, one in November, and five in December to end 2023.

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