He's said to cover 12 miles on stage during a three hour performance, due to his energetic dance moves - so how does Sir Mick Jagger, 74, do it?
Well it doesn't come easy, that's for sure. The septuagenarian has been working out with Norwegian trainer Torje Eike for around 24 years, five or six times a week.
According to Quora, the rocker specialises in stamina and balance, taking ballet lessons and performing yoga and Pilates.
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He takes his time: The rocker specialises in stamina and balance, taking ballet lessons and performing yoga and Pilates
In 2016, the 5ft 10in son of a PE teacher, took up antigravity aerial yoga in a bid to maintain his famous 28-inch waist.
The demanding practice sees devotees strung up in a hammock suspended six feet in the air, using their own bodyweight to perform demanding gymnastic exercises
Not for the faint-hearted, it requires some serious strength - and those unable to keep up often risk serious injury crashing to the floor, head first.
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It's not a marathon: Mick has been known to cover 12 miles on stage during a three hour gig - which is no mean feat
Spot on: Mick regularly undergoes medicals, and has his blood, oxygen and sugar levels measured, to ensure he stays on track and takes a physio and his personal masseuse — Dr Dot — on tour
Wild: While he makes his high-octane routines look easy, he said: ' I still really enjoy it, you know. As you get older, it doesn’t get any easier playing two hours plus or whatever'
He's got it! Mick also runs around eight miles a day, he swims, cycles, kick-boxes and does resistance training and has an organic diet, consuming juiced smoothies for breakfast
Fans claim it increases strength, boosts levels of the feel-good hormones serotonin and dopamine and, incredibly, can even make you taller.
Mick also runs around eight miles a day, he swims, cycles, kick-boxes and does resistance training and has an organic diet.
The rocker likes superjuice smoothies — heavy-duty green ones with wheatgrass — for breakfast and takes vitamins daily.
Meals tend to be based around small portions of protein, but when touring he will have a plate of plain pasta to give him energy before a gig.
Fans of the show couldn't quite believe how much energy the