Joe Wicks hosting one-off PE session after feeling 'flat as a pancake' without workouts

Amy Johnson
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Joe Wicks takes part in the BBC Children In Need and Comic Relief 'Big Night In at London on April 23, 2020 in London, England.The 'Big Night In' brings the nation an evening of unforgettable entertainment in a way we've never seen before. (Photo by Comic Relief/BBC Children in Need/Comic Relief via Getty Images)
Joe Wicks takes part in the BBC Children In Need and Comic Relief 'Big Night In at London on April 23, 2020 in London, England. (Photo by Comic Relief/BBC Children in Need/Comic Relief via Getty Images)

Joe Wicks is bringing back his PE lessons for a special "reunion" on Saturday after missing the sessions.

It comes after he recently spoke about feeling low and lost without the daily workout livestreams.

Now, he's invited his fans for a one-off PE with Joe, set to be broadcast from the new home he recently moved into.

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"That’s it I can’t leave it any longer," he wrote in an Instagram post. "I’ve felt as flat as pancake since PE with Joe ended and the truth is I really miss it. I miss the energy it gave me and the sense of purpose I had everyday. I miss the lean backs, the silly billy’s and all the happy faces taking part at home with me.

"I’ve decided i’m coming back for another session. This Saturday morning I’ll be going LIVE for another workout at 9am on my YouTube channel.

"The first workout live from my new home. Will you join in for the reunion? I cant wait to train with you again. Please share and tag friends in this post."

The 33-year-old hosted workouts for school children almost every weekday for 18 weeks, only taking a break when injury meant his wife Rosie Jones had to step in and when the number of sessions were cut down in the final few weeks.

Joe Wicks arriving for the Paw Patrol: Ready Race Rescue Gala screening at Cineworld Leicester Square, central London. (Photo by Ian West/PA Images via Getty Images)
Joe Wicks arriving for the Paw Patrol: Ready Race Rescue Gala screening at Cineworld Leicester Square, central London. (Photo by Ian West/PA Images via Getty Images)

'The Body Coach' donated profits from the videos to charities supporting the NHS as well as sales from his PE with Joe branded t-shirts, ultimately a sum around £580,000.

On Monday, Wicks explained why he was missing the daily exercise routines so much.

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"I knew what I was doing, I was making people feel good and I was creating so much impact and that’s really when I’m at my happiest.

"Because that's gone I'm feeling a bit confused and lost but I know I'm going to regain my energy," he shared.