The Body Coach
The biggest name in fitness and nutrition, Joe Wicks has become a worldwide phenomenon in the fitness space. Owing to his charismatic and passionate personality, Joe has brought millions onboard with his workout routines, healthy recipes and community events.
British citizens have been privy to Joe Wicks' whip-smart ways since he arrived on the scene in 2014. Proving an inspiration to fitness fanatics across the world, he built one of the biggest Instagram followings in fitness and the press began arriving at his door. Soon he was featuring alongside TV star Gemma Atkinson, providing nutritional advice and fitness tips for Sports Direct.
Joe's growing influence continued to win him admirers and it was his quirky workout videos, 15-minute meals and pranking of fast food restaurants which began to earn him more and more attention.
Joe's immensely popular workout videos proved to be some of his most exciting content yet. Posting regular videos on his channel The Body Coach TV, Joe has inspired fans from all over the world to exercise and get healthy. From fitness enthusiasts to full-time mums, Joe's videos have been a hit with viewers from all walks of life.
Quickly becoming one of the biggest health and fitness influencers, Joe had well and truly exploded on the scene and was appearing in magazines across the country, including Glamour, Grazia and Marie Claire. April 2015 saw him drop in on BBC Radio 1Xtra to chat to Sarah-Jane.
A month later he had racked up 300,000 followers and his book was on its way. The Sun described him as a 'health-mad heart-throb' and the body coach began transitioning his internet fame into other areas.
By September 2015, after building an intense following online, Joe published his first cookbook, "Lean in 15: 15 Minute Meals" which became the year's best-selling book. During the year he became a regular in the media. From cooking for Phil and Holly on This Morning to an eight-page feature in Men's Fitness, Joe's impact was now felt across the mainstream media.
2016 brought 'Joe Wicks: The Body Coach' to Channel 4 where Joe tackled families and friends with various fitness needs. In series 1 he helped people from all walks of life to tone up while cooking for the likes of cyclist, Mark Cavendish and helping DJ Alice Levine to workout in the celebrity edition of the show.
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