Joe Wicks’ code new TV show The Body Coach kicks off tonight and is the first series from the health guru.
For those that don’t know (where have you been), Joe Wicks works as a TV presenter and author under his alter-ego: The Body Coach.
He first found celebrity on Instagram, coaching fans to get into figure with aptness plans and healthy eating.
His first published book, Lean In 15, was a best-selling book in 2015, selling over 900,000 copies. He also combined the 90 Day SSS Plan, which is used by fans all over the world.
So when is Joe Wicks: The Body Coach airing?
The two-part series kicks off tonight (Tuesday 13 February) on Channel 4 at 8pm.
What’s it all about?
Attempting to be the Jamie Oliver of the aptness world, Wicks will try to get cot potatoes enrolling in his 90-day physique certainty routine.
He promises to spin viewers’ health and lifestyles around if they follow his short, heated workouts and discerning and easy recipes.
In tonight’s show, he meets 4 people battling body, health and diet confidence
What is Joe Wicks’ net worth?
Joe, 31, has an estimated net worth of £14.5million, cashing in around £12million a year interjection to his outrageous social media participation (he’s the many renouned Brit on Instagram, for one).
Speaking of his worth, he has formerly said: ‘I’m not extravagant. When you come from a family that’s never had money, you’re some-more essential with it.
‘Buying watches and cars isn’t going to make you happy in the prolonged run.’
Does he have a girlfriend?
Joe has been dating Page 3 glorious indication Rosie Jones given 2016.
The span keep their intrigue divided from the spotlight, frequency ever messaging any other on Instagram or Twitter.
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Even in interviews, Joe steers transparent from the theme of his romantic life. However, in an talk progressing this year, he did plead his ideal date night.
‘My ideal night is like a good dish and the cinema,’ he told The Irish News. ‘I’m not really into vehemence and clubbing any more.’