How to watch PE with Joe Wicks: Fitness coach launches online videos for children at home

Four-year-old Lois Copley-Jones, who is the photographer's daughter, takes part in a live streamed broadcast of PE with fitness trainer Joe Wicks on the first day of the nationwide school...

Fitness coach Joe Wicks has launched online workouts for children staying at home.

Following the closure of schools across the UK, many pupils will be staying inside for the foreseeable future. 

Of course, that puts more pressure on parents as they need to find different activities to make their children feel positive about the whole idea of not going out. 

Thankfully, fitness coach and presenter Joe Wicks has launched online workout videos to help kids stay active and healthy during the coronavirus outbreak. 

 So, here's how to watch the PE lessons with Joe!

How to watch PE lessons with Joe Wicks 

You can watch the PE lessons with Joe on his YouTube channel The Body Coach TV.

Joe will be live streaming his workouts from the comfort of his living room and teaching kids across the world how to stay active at home. 

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When is PE with Joe on?

The PE lessons airs every weekday from Monday to Friday at 9 am on Joe's YouTube channel.

However, if you miss a morning workout, each video will be available on The Body Coach TV after the live stream.

Every workout is 30 minutes long and the fitness coach has confirmed that he'll continue with the lessons as long as possible. 

Last Monday (March 23rd), Joe took to his Instagram to reveal that 806k households have tuned in to watch his first PE lesson. 

Clearly, Joe is on a mission to help kids stay active and healthy during the self-isolation period!

What are parents saying about Joe's PE lessons?

Parents across the country are grateful for Joe's PE lessons as they think that's a great idea for children staying at home. In addition, Joe's workouts have become so popular that there are people tuning in from all over the world.

Many have taken to Twitter to share that their kids are enjoying the daily morning exercises.

One tweeted: “A big thank you to #joewicks, I completed his PE lesson this morning with my 2yo and we loved it! A PE teacher myself, I salute you sir.”

Another parent added: “I did the Joe Wicks PE lesson with my two, and the tears were all mine. I’m pretty sure I won’t be able to use my legs tomorrow.”

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