Inside Joe Wicks' incredible family glamping holiday after PE lessons finish

He’s got much more time of his hands after the bell rung on his popular online PE classes.

So Joe Wicks got his hands dirty again after heading away on a glamping break.

He hit the Scottish Highlands for a four-day trip with some stunning scenery and some mouth-watering food to keep them well-fueled.

Joe, 33, made the most of being able to see his family again as they headed north of the border.

Heading up with lookalike younger brother George and their dad Gary, there were sure to be a few drinks enjoyed as they spent some quality time together.

Joe, George and their dad Gary are having a trip to remember

This wasn’t your run-of-the-mill campsite

Joe is reportedly now earning £16,000 a day – so don’t be surprised if he treated them to the trip!

He uploaded a picture of the three of them to Instagram with a jaw-dropping background as well as their bikes.

He captioned the pic: “Day one of @the_highland_scramble!

“A four day riding experience across the Scottish Highlands with @bikerbnb – Having so much fun already and can’t stop smiling.

They are travelling in style

The views are incredible

“I’m completely amazed by how beautiful this country. It’s absolutely spectacular. Here I am travelling through Glen Coe with my little Bro and Dad. Next stop South Clunes.”

Joe is guiding us through his trip step-by-step.

The trio tucked into some incredible steak as they climbed out of their glamping tent with a pit stop.

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Naturally, Joe did not scrimp on the hearty dinner

The Body Coach got to grips with the barbecue

When they returned back to base, they didn’t go hungry.

The campsite also had its very own pizza van – even if the toilet facilities left a lot to be desired.

Joe had just signed off for the summer after his popular PE classes kept kids entertained and fit during lockdown.

Joe and his pals went for a bracing swim

The campsite dining room is well kitted out

“So that is the end of PE with Joe,” he said. “Thank you so much for taking part.

“Thank you to everyone – from the teaching assistants, parents, the families, everyone who has taken part – I love it. I am going to miss you all.”


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