Joe Wicks 'in talks with Channel 4 over daily fitness show'

School’s out Youngsters Edward and Agnes from London follow Joe Wicks’s PE video

Joe Wicks would be courted by Channel 4 and the BBC after his YouTube PE sessions for children were watched by more than a million homes.

In an Instagram video, Joe, 33, known as The Body Coach, showed the audience his camera and lighting set-up in the living room where he films. "I may give it a go too!" I can't straighten it'.

"I'm going to be doing everything I can, I'm adapting them".

As he performed the workout on his Youtube channel, Wicks explained why he was wearing a black support brace around his hand and assured that it would not affect him delivering a routine every weekday.

The 30-minute classes will be streamed every morning at 9.00am GMT. "At the end, we feel happier, livelier and better equipped to take on yet another day in COVID-19 lockdown", Joe said.

One said: "Thanks Joe so much".

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.

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.

"It's a 30-minute session for little kids right up to secondary school, get involved, have fun". "Exercise is an fantastic tool to help us feel happier, more energized, and more optimistic".

In a blog post about his workout videos, Wicks emphasizes that his workouts are intended for kids and their adult caregivers, adding that there's no equipment needed for the workouts: Only a device that has access to YouTube. You don't need a lot of room'. "I'm going get your kids moving, fit and energised, positive and optimistic".

The classes have already rounded up fans from the celebrity world.



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