Apple Fitness+ is kicking off the new year with an exciting announcement – Joe Wicks MBE, the renowned British fitness coach, also known as “The Body Coach,” will be making a guest appearance on the platform. Starting January 22, users can join exclusive 10-minute Strength and HIIT workouts led by Wicks, designed to help individuals of all fitness levels kick-start their fitness routines for a healthier and happier year ahead.
The exclusive workouts will be hosted in collaboration with Fitness+ trainers Kim Ngo and Jamie-Ray Hartshorne, ensuring a diverse and dynamic fitness experience. Apple emphasizes that these sessions are crafted to be accessible for everyone, regardless of their current fitness levels or health and wellbeing journey. The workouts draw inspiration from Wicks’s favorite High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and strength moves, promising a blend of effectiveness and enjoyment.
To enhance the workout experience, Joe Wicks has curated a playlist on Apple Music, featuring songs that will accompany the sessions. This integration of music aims to add an extra layer of motivation and energy to the workouts, making them not only effective but also enjoyable.
For those unfamiliar with Joe Wicks, he gained widespread recognition in the United Kingdom during the 2020 lockdown with his inclusive online home workout series. Often referred to as the “PE teacher to the nation,” Wicks has become a fitness icon, earning an MBE and receiving a high honor from the late Queen for his extensive fitness and charity work.
In a statement, Joe Wicks expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating, “I’m a huge fan of Apple Fitness+ and its welcoming and inclusive approach to fitness and wellbeing. We had a lot of fun developing these workouts together, and I’m looking forward to helping as many people as possible start, continue, or reach their fitness goals this year.”
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