Joe Wicks has admitted he feels 'lost' and lacks 'purpose' after ending his daily P.E lessons which saw him become a national treasure during UK's
Joe Wicks has admitted he feels ‘lost’ and lacks ‘purpose’ after ending his daily P.E lessons which saw him become a national treasure during UK’s lockdown.
The Body Coach, 33, who recently moved into a new home with his wife Rosie Jones and their two children, took to Instagram on Monday to reveal he’s ‘had a few flat days’ ever since minimising the frequency of his workouts to three times a week.
Crediting exercise for helping him get through his rough patch, the fitness guru vowed to ‘regain my energy and get myself into a positive mindset’ as he updated fans in between a gruelling session at his home gym.
Candid: Joe Wicks admitted he feels ‘lost’ and lacks ‘purpose’ after ending his daily P.E lessons during UK’s lockdown in an Instagram clip on Monday
The media personality told fellow social media users: ‘So I’m half way through my workout, I can’t explain how much better I feel emotionally and mentally.
‘I’ve been having a flat few days. I was thinking about P.E. with Joe and the whole impact of what that was doing.’
Detailing the difference between his mindset when he tutored the world from his living room in Richmond and now, the Epsom native added: ‘I had so much purpose.
‘I was driven and focused and I knew what I was doing – making people feel good. That’s when I’m at my happiest.
Blessed: The Body Coach, 33, recently moved into a new home with his wife Rosie Jones and their two children,
Challenges: The online sensation revealed he’s ‘had a few flat days’ ever since minimising the frequency of his workouts to three times a week
Impressive: Joe became a national treasure with his sessions in lockdown (pictured at his £1 million Richmond home)
‘I’m more optimistic’: Crediting exercise for helping him get through his rough patch, the fitness guru vowed to ‘regain my energy and get myself into a positive mindset’
‘Now that’s gone I feel confused and lost, but I know I’m going to regain my energy and get myself into a positive mindset.’
The online sensation encouraged others to workout as he highlighted the advantages of exercise.
He explained: ‘It has really helped. I’m more optimistic and that’s something we all need to think about.
Wow-factor! The media personality went shirtless as he performed a series of leg raises to further enhance his toned abs
‘I feel so good’: On Tuesday, the fitness expert said he ‘woke up naturally’ after a nine-hour sleep
‘This girl knows what she wants!’ His adorable daughter Indie, 20 months, ordered her father to make her porridge with a variety of fruits and peanut butter for breakfast
‘When we’re all having those days when you feel everything is tough and against you, we can change your mindset by changing your physiological mind state. You will feel 100 times better as you’ll never regret a workout.’
In June, Joe said he felt ‘very proud’ to have provided lessons five days a week for the past 13 weeks of lockdown, gaining 70million views worldwide.
The hunk is rumoured to be worth nearly £6million after becoming the nation’s PE teacher.
Enviable: Joe’s gorgeous new house is complete with huge garden and plush home gym
Sleek: The personal trainer recently treated fans to a glimpse of his new-look workout space
Amazing! The room boasts a treadmill, a bike, dumbbells, kettlebells and branded mats
Earlier this month, the YouTuber, model Rosie, 30, and his children Indie, 20 months, and Marley, eight months, moved from his £1 million Richmond pad to a gorgeous new house complete with huge garden and plush home gym.
According to The Sun, his company Joe Wicks Ltd has assets of £3,478,270 and investments worth £3,722,256.
It looks after the fitness expert’s projects including his TV and books and online videos. The accounts show that the coach also had £343,838 cash in the bank.
New home! The YouTuber shares daughter Indie and son Marley, eight months, with model wife Rosie, 30 (pictured in their Richmond pad)