Country fans can tell Thomas Rhett knows how to keep fit, but now he’s going to help others do the same. The singer has joined fitness franchise Snap Fitness in a partnership that not only utilizes his song “I Feel Good" for the brand's new commercials, but actually will make him sweat.

Rhett will be leading boot camp workouts at Snap Fitness locations around the country, as well as heading up fitness challenges via social media throughout the year. The artist's partnership is also part of an effort from Snap Fitness to engage rural communities.

Snap Fitness’s new commercial featuring Rhett's “I Feel Good” shows a woman getting her workout on and then enjoying time with friends later on, suggesting a whole lifestyle in which she does in fact feel good.

"We knew immediately this song was perfect for our brand,” Chief Marketing Officer Steele Smiley says. “When it comes down to health and wellness goals, people ultimately want to feel good – which is why we feature #IFEELGOOD in the commercial. Everyone has a feel-good story, and you’re invited to share yours with Snap Fitness.”

When Rhett’s not in the gym, he’s busy earning platinum singles for songs like “Die a Happy Man,” which also recently hit No. 1, and performing special concerts with Brett Eldredge for teenage cancer survivors. Rhett wrapped up CMT’s Suits and Boots Tour with Eldredge and Danielle Bradbery in December and is hitting several upcoming dates in January and February with Jason Aldean on his We Were Here Tour.

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