The at-home P.E. lesson for kids families can't get enough of

Carla Harmon
March 26, 2020

The 33-year-old fitness guru - who is widely known as the Body Coach - launched a series of exercise classes this week for children to do from home to ensure they're still getting exercise despite United Kingdom schools closing last week due to the coronavirus, and the broadcaster is keen to get on board.

Last week saw the fitness guru announce he would be the "nation's PE teacher" in the wake of the news that in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus, schools would only be open to the children of key workers.

He added lockdown is "going to be tough", admitting: 'I've got two babies and a decent size living room.

The 33-year-old is said to be on the verge of signing a deal with Channel 4 to host a live training show, with the BBC also looking to join Wicks.


"Nothing is signed yet, but they all hope something will work out".

Yes! Joe has over 250 workout sessions on his YouTube channel, for people of all fitness levels, whether you're a novice, advanced, or a toddler.

Joe Wicks is leading P.E lessons every day Monday to Friday.

Complete with a warmup, workout and cool down, the 30-minute workouts are loved by the kids.


It has been reported the first two days of his classes have been so popular that they have lowered homeworkers' internet speeds - seeing many call on television companies to air his classes on their channels in a bid to help speeds and produce fresh content for their networks. You don't need a lot of room'. "I'm going to get your kids moving, fit and energized, positive and optimistic".

Mr Wicks tweeted: "Thank you for sharing and telling your family & friends and helping to get more people involved.
"How incredible is it to think that over 950,000 households around the world all tuned in live to exercise together".

Coleen Rooney revealed how she was keeping her little ones amused as she shared a sweet video to Instagram on Monday as her sons got their daily exercise as they took part in Joe's lesson.


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