During a chat with with Tim McGraw on his new Beyond The Influence Radio on Apple Music, Bruce Springsteen spoke candidly about his workout regimen. “The Boss,” who’s now 71, could easily be mistaken for a man 25 years younger. He explained how he keeps in such fantastic physical shape, saying, “The biggest thing is diet, diet, diet. I don’t eat too much, and I don’t eat bad food, except for every once in a while when I want to have some fun for myself. So I think anybody that’s trying to get in shape, exercise is always important of course, but diet is 90 percent of the game.”

Springsteen, whose bandana and buffed-up “pumping iron” biceps came to define the mid-1980’s, admitted: “I don’t do that much right now. I lift a little weight to stay toned. I may get on the treadmill. I walk. I don’t run anymore.”


  • With the Top Two entry of Letter To You, Bruce Springsteen has become the first artist to chart an album in the Top Five of the Billboard 200 albums chart for the past six decades.


  • Bruce Springsteen‘s latest album with the E Street Band, Letter To You, is his 20th studio album, was recorded at his home studio in New Jersey, and once again co-produced with Ron Aniello.
  • The set’s release coincides with the 40th anniversary of “The Boss'” classic double album The River — which was released on October 17th, 1980.
  • Letter To You includes nine recently written Springsteen songs — alongside new recordings of three of his legendary — but previously unreleased — compositions from the early-1970’s: “Janey Needs A Shooter,” “Song For The Orphans,” and the iconic “If I Was The Priest.”

CHECK IT OUT:Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band on January 16th, 2016 performing “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)” live in Pittsburgh: