The 'Body Coach' is getting the nation moving during the quarantine
Joe Wicks, aka ‘The Body Coach’ is now odds-on to be included in the New Year’s Honours list, after inspiring the nation to get moving from their own living rooms.
The fitness coach’s easy to learn, HIIT training sessions have been a smash hit throughout family homes across the country, and it looks like his fitness persistence is going to pay off.
Bookmakers William Hill now makes him a short price 4/9 to be included in the Honours List.
In percentages, that means bookies think there’s a 70% chance that the 33-year-old from Epsom makes the Queen’s list.
Wicks has been live broadcasting workouts to kids across the country, every morning to get the nation moving, whilst indoors.
What’s more, is that the fitness guru has announced that all the profits from his Youtube royalties will be donated to the NHS.
If you can see the fitness fanatic being knighted for his services to physical education, bookies give Wicks a 50/1 of receiving a knighthood in 2020.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson: “Through these dark times, Joe Wicks is doing his bit to keep the country sane and active.
"The Body Coach's dedication to fitness and charity has seen him establish himself as one of the UK's bastions of hope during the coronavirus pandemic.
"And if bookies are correct, it looks like he's going to be rewarded with a well-deserved spot on the New Year's Honours List."
Joe Wicks to be included in the 2021 Honours List - 4/9
Joe Wicks to receive a knighthood in 2021 - 50/1
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