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Joe Wicks plays catch with daughter Indie, 2, and dances with wife Rosie after PE class

He has been keeping the nation (and world) fit during the COVID-19 crisis.

And Joe Wicks shared a sweet video on Thursday as he celebrated another morning’s PE lesson with his family.

The Body Coach star, 33, took to Instagram to post a clip of himself dancing with wife Rosie, 29, and their two-year-old daughter Indie to Beyonce’s Love On Top.

Family: Joe Wicks shared a sweet video on Thursday as he celebrated another morning’s PE lesson with his family

In the sweet family video, Joe also played catch with Indie as she giggled in the air and pretended to play her mini electric guitar.

Yet things took a hilarious turn as Rosie didn’t realise her husband was filming her and halfway through the video she noted: ‘Oh my God, you’re filming it, aren’t you?’

To which a mischievous and giggling Joe protested: ‘We’re all in it!’, with Rosie hiding behind the camera before running in the video again to chase after a wandering Indie. 

Sweet: The Body Coach star, 33, took to Instagram to post a clip of himself dancing with wife Rosie, 29, and their two-year-old daughter Indie to Beyonce’s Love On Top

Superhero: He has been keeping the nation (and world) fit during the COVID-19 crisis

Wee! In the sweet family video, Joe also played catch with Indie as she giggled in the air and pretended to play her mini electric guitar

Joe captioned the clip with: ‘Post #PEwithJoe vibes this morning ⚡️ Rosie didn’t know I was filming us #TellHerLater.’

Fans were left in hysterics over the video with several followers gushing over how incredible Rosie looked. 

The former model showed off her washboard abs in a black crop top and grey sweatpants just three months after giving birth to their son Marley.

Uh-oh! Yet things took a hilarious turn as Rosie didn’t realise her husband was filming her and halfway through the video she noted: ‘Oh my God, you’re filming it, aren’t you?’

Prankster: To which a mischievous and giggling Joe protested: ‘We’re all in it!’, with Rosie hiding behind the camera before running in the video again to chase after a wandering Indie 

One person said: ‘Has she actually given birth? Wow! Flat tummy! I wish I could have flat tummy after I had given birth.’ 

A different user put: ‘How amazing does Rosie look?’

While another follower added: ‘Wow Rosie, your figure after only a few months! Just WOW! I mean, how is your stomach so flat?!!’ 

Wow: Fans were left in hysterics over the video with several followers gushing over how incredible Rosie looked

Fans: One person said: ‘Has she actually given birth? Wow! Flat tummy! I wish I could have flat tummy after I had given birth.’

Joe, who has vowed to donate ‘every single penny’ generated on his videos to NHS heroes, regularly shares sweet post PE lesson videos with his two children Indie, two, and Marley, three-months.  

It comes after Joe admitted he ‘panicked’ when his camera ‘conked out’ during his PE With Joe lesson on Wednesday.

The Body Coach star suffered the technical glitch while he was executing his daily morning gym class for 500K households stuck in coronavirus lockdown.

Speaking to Steve Wright on Radio 2 on Wednesday, he recounted the ‘nightmare’ situation.

Doting father: Joe, who has vowed to donate ‘every single penny’ generated on his videos to NHS heroes, regularly shares sweet post PE lesson videos with his two children Indie, two, and Marley, three-months 

Technical glitch! Joe has admitted he ‘panicked’ when his camera ‘conked out’ during Wednesday’s PE With Joe lesson

‘Little bit of a nightmare! The battery on the camera conked out half way through so I’m panicking, thinking ‘oh I’ve ruined it’ and everyone thinks it’s an April Fools Day, but I quickly changed the batteries,’ he said.

’45 seconds later, we’re up and running so people continued. Half a million people tuned in today and they stayed there for the full 30 minute workout.’

Asked whether Joe thought his lessons – which have gone global – would be as huge as they have been, Joe admitted that he ‘had no idea’.

He explained: ‘I mean I’ve been really passionate about the schools work. I’ve done a lot of UK tours. I’ve visited schools.

‘I’ve done so much work and I’ve put a lot of work out on my YouTube channel to encourage schools to take part and get the kids moving, but when I announced this the other week I thought it’d be great if a few thousand schools in the UK here about it, but it’s truly gone global.

Doing it for the kids: He has been executing his daily morning gym class for 500k households stuck in coronavirus lockdown for over a week now

‘I’ve had international PR in New Zealand, Australia. I’ve even got an interview with Japanese TV, like this really has gone global and that’s because everybody’s sharing it and everyone’s so supportive and passionate because they want their kids exercising during this time.’

Joe has recently featured workouts to music, explaining that major stars from the world of pop have been in touch to give him permission to use their tunes. 

‘Some people are saying ‘oh we’d love some music’ but you can’t just play people’s music without the rights so I contacted Dua Lipa and George Ezra’s family – his mum is actually a teacher in a school and she heard me say I wish I had music.

‘I’ve had every single record label you can think of, Calvin Harris, Niall Horan, it’s been mad, saying ‘oh, you can use my music’ so it’s lovely, but I just don’t want to overdo it. 

‘I want to have some days with music, some days without and that way it’s a bit of both.’ 

He said: ‘Little bit of a nightmare! The battery on the camera conked out half way through so I’m panicking, thinking ‘oh I’ve ruined it’ and everyone thinks it’s an April Fools Day, but I quickly changed the batteries’

He went on: ‘I love that I’ve had parents training with their kids. That’s what I’ve really been trying to achieve. It’s trying to get kids and toddlers and parents and mums and dads all exercising together. 

‘It really changes the culture of fitness within a household and that’s what I really really want to happen in the future.

‘The exercises are very basic, very simple, but we’ve also got some really silly ones like bunny hops, kangaroo jumps, Spiderman lunges so it’s making children be inventive and have an imagination and it’s making parents feel silly but it’s great.

‘I just know there’s mums and dads giggling and laughing all around the country.’

Joe sets homework on a Friday where children design their own PE session, and are told to come up with 10 exercises.

‘I had thousands of kids submit their ideas so I chose one today. This lovely girl called Amelia, from Kent, 10-years-old, so her workout she designed got taken part by half a million people. So little things like that makes it fun.’

He went on: ‘I love that I’ve had parents training with their kids. That’s what I’ve really been trying to achieve. It’s trying to get kids and toddlers and parents and mums and dads all exercising together’ (pictured with son Marley, three-months)

Joe explained that people believe he lives in a pristine house from what they see on YouTube, but that things are chaos off-screen.

‘It looks like I’ve got this wonderful, pristine home. I’ve got two kids, trust me, my house is a mess all the time, but I’ve pulled out the sofa, I’ve got all my furniture hanging out in the corridor to make this look beautiful!’ he explained.

Joe will run a fancy dress workout on Friday. He explained: ‘I’ve said to the kids, knock up an outfit at home or if you’ve got a little Spiderman outfit or if you want to make a your own T-shirt get your colouring pens out, have fun. 

‘And hopefully parents will be bouncing around dressed like Spiderman and princesses and whatever and we’ll all take part.’

Joe has been honest with his followers during the process of launching PE With Joe, he discussed feeling ‘stressed’ and ‘down’ while in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic during an Instagram live on Tuesday.

He admitted it had been the first time he had struggled with his mental health since the lockdown was enforced by the government last week. 

Candid: Joe has discussed feeling ‘stressed’ and ‘down’ while in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic during an Instagram live on Tuesday

Taking to the social media site, Joe said: ‘I wanted to talk a bit about mental health, today for the first time through this whole thing I’ve found things quite difficult.

Opening up about his emotions, he said: ‘I’ve been down and stressed and frustrated with being indoors, I went out with Indie for an hour and I got my energy and I feel calm but then you come back indoors into your living room and it just shrinks again.’

Admitting that he doesn’t consider himself to be mentally stronger than anyone else, he said: ‘Indie’s been playing up and she’s a bit confused by it all, I want to talk about how just because I love my fitness I’m not invincible or superhuman.’

On Friday, Joe underwent a quick operation to have a wire put into his hand and a cast on his arm after suffering a nasty injury last week where he broke a bone due to falling off his bike. 

Struggles: The Body Coach star, 33, who has been keeping the nation moving during the crisis with his daily P.E. lessons, revealed he had suffered a tough day

Ouch! On Friday, Joe underwent a quick operation to have a wire put into his hand and a cast on his arm after suffering a nasty injury last week where he broke a bone due to falling off his bike

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