JOE Wicks has made more than £1.2million in just six weeks with some 13,000 people buying his diet and workout regime.
The personal trainer, whose PE lessons for kids have also proved a YouTube hit in lockdown, has seen his 90 Day Plan snapped up from his Body Coach site.
Joe Wicks has made more than £1.2million in just six weeks with some 13,000 people buying his diet and workout regime[/caption]
The package, which costs £97 online, involves a wellbeing programme covering fitness and diet.
A source said: “Joe’s business has been thriving.
“The figures have been phenomenal from a business perspective.
“There are costs to pay but it is going to bring in a nice profit for him.”
Just hours after being informed of the success of the business, Joe, 33, told his fans he had been able to buy his mum a house.
Joe with former Page 3 wife Rosie Jones who stood in for him on his daily YouTube workouts after he had to have an emergency operation on his wrist[/caption]
The personal trainer, who was brought up by his mum, Raquela, in a council house in Epsom, Surrey, said he always dreamed of helping her, after she lent him £2,000 to start his business.
The 33-year-old, who lives in Essex with wife Rosie Jones and their two daughters, said his success has “allowed me to do the one thing I think most boys dream of doing when they earn a bit of dough — buy your mum a house”.
The personal trainer and his brother were brought up by mum, Raquela, in a council house in Epsom, Surrey[/caption]
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Joe’s business success saw him trademarking his name last week in a bid to capitalise further financially.
He moved to protect his identity in hundreds of categories of grub such as meat, fish, bread, baby food, pizzas, popcorn, soups, beans and yoghurts.
Clothing and sports gear were also on the list of protected categories.
Joe’s lockdown fitness videos have raised more than £200,000 for the NHS[/caption]
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