You can get out of bed with one eye open, but Joe Vix is exercising somehow.
The 34-year-old is two hours away from completing the 24-hour PE challenge for needy kids, but can’t get away from the movement because at 7am, Joe was powering up on a spin bike.
After exercising all night, cycling legend Mark Cavendish MBE joined the body coach and asked Joy how she felt.
Surprisingly, he seems to be very rough.
He said: ‘I feel uncomfortable. I feel like I cycled myself to the Tour de France. ‘
Making fun of the stunt was ‘terrible, don’t do it’, the fitness instructor said he was ‘feeling sick and trembling and burning 9,000 calories but Joe said:‘ I don’t even feel hungry, I feel sick. ‘
Joe said the first thing after the marathon was falling into bed and then he might have the burger and chips he deserved.
However, he has a PE class to lead before he falls into bed, as Joe’s tough challenge ends at 9.25 with a 20 – minute HIT class.
Joined BBC Radio 2’s So Boy Joy, gave him a boost, read support messages from fans and patched up a call from his mom.
The biggest smile on Joe’s face came when he read the total amount collected so far for the Children’s Inn – 24 624,270.
There are still two hours to go, so Joe could be a total rocket as he nears the finish line.
Within 24 hours, Joe was cycling, running on treadmills, doing his signature HITT classes, yoga and rowing, and even dancing with the sporty Spice Mel C.
Joe, who became a lockdown hero with his free PE classes for kids on YouTube this year, is the latest celebrity to take up the 24-hour challenge to raise money to help underprivileged children and young people across the UK.
Last year, when Rylan Clark-Neil completed 24 hours of karaoke, in 2018, Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly of Strickly Come Dancing raised $ 1 million using 24 hours of dance.
To donate 10 to children in need, pay to 70410; To donate 20, pay to 70420.
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