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People Are Baffled By Joe Wicks' Unnervingly Neat Living Room During Live PE Lesson

People Are Baffled By Joe Wicks' Unnervingly Neat Living Room During Live PE Lesson

As kids were told to stay home from school and self isolate in a bid to tackle coronavirus, Joe Wicks valiantly decided to become the nation's PE teacher and keep them fit and healthy.

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And while The Body Coach's Facebook Live classes have had rave reviews from parents and kids alike, there's one thing that's leaving everyone somewhat distracted...

Is his living room really that immaculate?!

Joe, 33, lives in London with his wife Rosie Jones, their 20-month-old daughter Indie and three-month-old son Marley, and does his workouts in a pristine grey room with spotless walls, plush, perfectly hoovered carpets and ornaments assembled as if they're on museum shelves.

Joe's carpets and walls are spotless (Credit: Facebook/ The Body Coach)
Joe's carpets and walls are spotless (Credit: Facebook/ The Body Coach)

There's a map of the world and an electric guitar on the wall, but aside from that you'd be forgiven for thinking Joe was teaching from an Ikea show home.

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(Our only conclusion is that the kids are banned from entering with their colouring pencils...)

After watching their kids take part in his workout, one person wrote: "Joe Wicks house looks way too clean and tidy! I bet the rest of it off camera is a sh*thole! #PEwithJoe".

While another added: "I'm obsessed with the lack of sofa marks".

"The Joe Wicks daily fitness thing is great, but i am mainly in absolute awe of how clean his carpet is. that is next-level hoovering," a third quipped.

As a fourth agreed: "I'm now obsessed with Joe Wicks. Is that his real living room? If it is, why are there no marks on the carpet where the sofa usually is? Does the brother he shouts instructions at secretly hate him?"

Joe has dubbed himself the nation's PE teacher (Credit: Instagram/ Joe Wicks)
Joe has dubbed himself the nation's PE teacher (Credit: Instagram/ Joe Wicks)

And another chimed in: "I'm a Joe Wicks convert. But I'm not buying that that's the living room..."

Hey, maybe Joe and Rosie have just got *super* obsessed with tidying up since all this social distancing business begun?! They wouldn't be the only ones...

Joe launched his free 'home PE lessons' this week as the coronavirus pandemic grew more serious, and saw close to a staggering 800,000 people tune in for the first session on Monday.

They've continued to pull in a huge crowd every day, with many parents claiming the exercises had also made them realise how unfit they are.

And, we have to say, they've firmly become part of our routine.

Well done Joe - what a great thing you're doing. Now, tell us how you got those carpets so impeccable...

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/ The Body Coach

Topics: Coronavirus

Joanna Freedman

Joanna is a journalist at Tyla with a particular interest in highlighting women's issues and telling inspiring first person stories. She's also their resident foodie, and loves covering exciting new beauty launches, too. Contact her at [email protected]

 

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