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  • Joe Wicks lends a helping hand with exercise for kids
  • Joe Wicks lends a helping hand with exercise for kids
    Cole Keister (2018) ©
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Joe Wicks lends a helping hand with exercise for kids

Fitness coach Joe Wicks has launched an online workout class for British children who are out of school due to lockdown measures. With people closely scrutinising influencers’ reactions to the COVID-19 crisis, initiatives that support those in need are likely to boost reputations in the long-term.

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