Alice Cooper was recently interviewed by Classic Rock, during which he revealed his training routine and preparation process for concerts while recalling his high school days as a track team member.
The Godfather of Shock Rock released his latest and twenty-first solo record named ‘Detroit Stories’ on February 26, 2021. Then Cooper announced his new tour, which began on September 17, 2021, in Atlantic City and ended in Atlanta on October 23, 2021, featuring the original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley as the special guest star.
Moreover, it is clear that Alice Cooper didn’t want to spend a long time away from the road as he revealed that he will hit the stage on January 28 in Cincinnati for his 2022 US Tour. Buckcherry, Ace Frehley, and The Cult will join the musician during his upcoming tour. Since the rocker has been highly active for almost five decades, the reporter wanted to know the secret behind his stamina and energy.
During his recent interview, Alice cooper was asked whether his high school times when he was a cross-country runner have helped him keep his shape as he continues his extraordinary stage performances despite being 73 years old. Cooper revealed that he has started running two to three miles a night and working out like an athlete for his shows.
Cooper shared his ideas, saying:
“It’s funny you ask about that because for four months before we tour, I run two to three miles a night, and I go right back to my cross country and track workouts. So by the time I get on stage, I’m in very good shape. I’m almost seventy-four and have been very lucky not to have any physical problems, and during the show, I feel great.”
With these words, Alice Cooper emphasized that he didn’t lose his shape because he has continued working on his physical health, which has made it possible for him to perform on the stage without any problems.