Posted by Joe Wicks - 101 Days Ago in: Fitness, Wellbeing
Calling all teachers, schools, parents, guardians, headteachers, caretakers and dinner ladies: I'm super excited to announce my third Schools Fitness Week starting Monday September 10 on the Body Coach TV.
After we smashed the first fitness week for schools last September - where we had hundreds of thousands of kids (and teachers) taking part around the world - I’m hoping this one will be even bigger and better.
And I need your help to spread the word.
School Fitness Week 2018 will run for 3 days, with a live workout streamed each day on my YouTube channel at 10am on 10, 11 and 12 of September.
Here's where it all began....
Every day I'll be hosting a live 20-minute workout with a short warm-up, meaning each session will last around 30 minutes.
I’m on mission to get more kids active and feeling the benefits of exercise and I want young people to see that fitness can be fun.
The workouts will suitable for all ages from Primary School through to High School, meaning pupils of all ages can take part.
If you know anyone that might like to get involved please share this and help spread the word.
About Joe Wicks
Joe Wicks is the online nutrition coach inspiring people all over the world to cook with his #Leanin15 video meals on Instagram. He is also transforming the lives of thousands of people with his tailored online nutrition plan, The 90 Day Shift, Shape & Sustain plan.
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