British fitness coach Joe Wicks has said he is proud to leave a legacy that will last beyond the COVID-19 lockdown.
The entrepreneur has helped over 100,000 people transform through his 'Lean in 15' concept - as well as his books and TV show.
He has also been beaming into houses around the world during the pandemic with a daily 'PE with Joe' show on his YouTube channel.
Speaking to Alive and Kicking, he said he is reducing the number of days he will do the programme to three days per week.
"I really think that what I've achieved through PE With Joe - 70 million people have taken part in the past 13 weeks.
"That for me is amazing at a time when they need it the most.
"I've brought families together, I've picked people's moods up and given them something to be optimistic about.
"So I do believe that of everything I've achieved in my life, I'll remember this time forever.
"We needed to come together, we needed to stay fit... and I did that through my camera in my living room at home.
"And I'm just really proud that I've managed to inspire that many people."
"Two days before PE With Joe started, I fell off my bike and broke my hand - I had a little brace thing on there - I pushed through it, I didn't want to let anyone down.
"I did it for about 10 weeks and then eventually I got an infection in the hand so the wires got really sore and I had to go to hospital for two days.
"But luckily it happened on a weekend, so I still came back on the Monday and I did PE With Joe with my wife Rosie: I was teaching and Rosie was my assistant.
"I just didn't want to give up, I wanted to be there every single day and I'm still doing it today".
"It's anarchy in the house when there's kids climbing around and running about.
"But by them seeing you exercise and having fun and sweating and coming out of it feeling positive and happy - and calm and patient, which I believe exercise can really help when you're a parent - I think it's really positive reinforcement that exercise is fun, we can do it together."
"I really believe that the legacy of PE With Joe will live on beyond this lockdown.
"I think there's going to be a lot of families that never exercised, ever together - and are now going to be doing it.
"Even if it's once a week or twice a week, and that's a really proud moment for me to say that".