At 50 McGraw is in surprisingly great shape—so it wouldn’t have been long until he imparted his mystery to the world.
In my mid 40s, when I truly began considering it important, I began running a great deal. That is the main thing I began doing, and I found that had a major effect for me. It just began my day out better. I simply acknowledged the amount it increased present expectations on everything that I did.
It increased current standards on my vocation. It increased present expectations on my associations with my companions. It simply improved me feel, gave me a superior mental point of view toward everything that I was doing.
We start in the morning, and I always start all of my workouts with a 30-minute walk on the treadmill just to get everything loosened up and flowing. Then we’ll do some stretching and stuff. Typically in the mornings it’s more of active yoga and bodyweights. Then we go in and run stairs in the arena.
We do a big CrossFit training session in the afternoon that usually goes from an hour to an hour and a half. It depends on how everybody holds up. It starts with 10 or 15 people; it ends with four or five sometimes. That’s our afternoon workout. Then we go get showered up and have dinner, and get ready to do a show.