Kip Moore Brings the Blender

Kip Moore may sing about having a little "Beer Money" to spend, but in everyday life he's an incredibly healthy guy. In addition to getting some kind of physical workout in nearly every day, he keeps healthy foods on hand so he can eat well when he's on the road. At least most of the time.

"I eat well until I have too much to drink late at night and then I make bad decisions," he says with a laugh. "I figured out early on the places you go to are not gonna have the choices you want, so I bring a lot of my own food."

For Kip, it's just part of the job of being an entertainer. Fans come out to see a show and expect to see someone with a little energy. "It’s important," he says. "I do a lot of running around onstage and jumping up through the crowd and stuff. You gotta be in shape for this gig—even mentally. If you’re eating bad food and you’re traveling as much as we are you turn into a grouch. It affects you. I’ve got my own blender on the bus. I’m making drinks for all the guys. I’m like the chef of the bus."

Find out more about Kip's healthy routine as part of the On the Road series in the latest issue of Country Weekly, on stands now.

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