Joe Wicks raised over £ 1,500,000 with his 24 hour workout called The Joe Wicks 24 Hour PE Challenge for Kids in Need.
After he finished, he said, « I feel like adrenaline » before he later collapsed to the ground on Pudsey – Amulet for Children in Need – Plush Toy.
The avid star jumping star has been exercising for a full day now, and after he’s finally done working out for a full day, he’s likely needing a decent sleep.
Even physically fit people like Joe probably shouldn’t normally work out for an entire day, but it’s all for a good reason, so maybe it’s okay.
After learning he crossed the magic million mark, Wicks exclaimed – live while performing his workout -: « What ?! Impossible! Love it,
“Thank you to everyone who donated last night and this morning. That’s £ 1 million to help thousands of children across the UK. What a generous country, eh?
Speaking of his challenge, Wicks said: “2020 has been a challenging year for all of us, so what better way to end it by raising money for BBC Children in Need, a charity very close to my heart,
Basically, he performed a number of different activities throughout his shift, indulging in things like cycling, rowing and boxing, but also some more relaxing things like yoga.
He was joined by a large number of people along the way – as did thousands during Lockdown 1. 0 – as the entire trick was streamed online.
Wicks’ efforts mimic the Rylan Clark-Neal Marathon Karaoke Challenge last year, which raised over 2,000,000 for the charity, which helps underprivileged children and youth in the UK.
In 2018, Claudia Winkelmann and Tess Daly, Claudia Winkelmann and Tess Daly performed for Strictly Come Dancing 24 hours a day, and raised over a million pounds along the way..
It would be very surprising if Joe Wicks finished this marathon and never wanted to exercise again, since that’s how he makes all his money.
If you wish to donate to Wicks’ efforts, or only to children in need in general, you can do so by visiting the website, calling 0345 7 33 22 33, or sending your donation to BBC Children in Need Resume, PO Box 648, Salford M5 0LB.
Tom Wood is a LADbible journalist and enthusiast for Twin Peaks. Although his football career disappeared due to a chronic talent shortage, he managed to obtain degrees from both the University of London and Salford..
According to the French teacher, on weekends he mostly loves to play soccer and go to the park with his brother.
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World News – GB – Joe Wicks Raises £ 1,500,000 for children in need of 24-hour exercise
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