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Joe Wicks seems full of energy as he hopes to beat the world record for a mass workout in Hyde Park

He is known for keeping the country fit during the pandemic

And Joe Wicks did it again when he took a stage in London’s Hyde Park on Wednesday in hopes of breaking the world record for the largest HITT workout.

Joe, aka The Body Coach, couldn’t contain his excitement as he led the workout in front of thousands in a white T-shirt and khaki shorts.

Unbelievable: Joe Wicks was at it again when he took a stage in London's Hyde Park on Wednesday in hopes of breaking a world record

Unbelievable: Joe Wicks was at it again when he took a stage in London’s Hyde Park on Wednesday in hopes of breaking a world record

The 36-year-old TV star brushed back his dark locks and pulled up a long pair of white socks while rocking a pair of matching sneakers.

Joe took to his Instagram to thank fans and participants for their trip to London for the event.

“I wanted to thank everyone who traveled down to participate in this event. I appreciate your time.

‘It will be super fun, we would let the music play. It’s not raining and it’s nice and warm.

Amazing: Joe, aka The Body Coach, couldn't contain his excitement as he led the workout in front of thousands in a white T-shirt and khaki shorts

Amazing: Joe, aka The Body Coach, couldn’t contain his excitement as he led the workout in front of thousands in a white T-shirt and khaki shorts

Exciting: The 36-year-old TV star brushed back his dark locks and pulled up a long pair of white socks while rocking a pair of matching sneakers

Exciting: The 36-year-old TV star brushed back his dark locks and pulled up a long pair of white socks while rocking a pair of matching sneakers

“It’s going to be a great night and event and I’m looking forward to seeing you, we’re going to try and break a new world record!”

Joe can be seen star-jumping and kneeling as he cheers on the crowd at the Lululemon-sponsored event.

A HITT workout consists of short bursts of intense work lasting 10 to 60 seconds, immediately followed by a period of active recovery of the same length.

Last month, Joe touched the hearts of BBC viewers as they tuned in to watch his emotional documentary Facing My Childhood.

Workout ready!  Joe took to his Instagram to thank fans and participants for their trip to London for the event

Workout ready! Joe took to his Instagram to thank fans and participants for their trip to London for the event

Appreciation: Joe gushed, 'I wanted to thank everyone who traveled down to participate in this event.  I appreciate your time'

Appreciation: Joe gushed, ‘I wanted to thank everyone who traveled down to participate in this event. I appreciate your time’

The hour-long feature film looked back on his experience growing up with a mother stricken with obsessive-compulsive disorder and a father who was addicted to heroin.

The 36-year-old fitness guru explored the impact it had on his life, confronting his past and having candid conversations with family and friends.

Joe was captured on numerous occasions wiping away tears, and his raw emotion evoked a lot of feelings among viewers at home, who rushed to call him a national treasure.

Wow!  The weather stayed dry for the participants as they copied Joe's movements while listening to music

Wow! The weather stayed dry for the participants as they copied Joe’s movements while listening to music

Looking good: Joe makes star jumps and high knees as he cheers on the crowd at the Lululemon sponsored event

Looking good: Joe makes star jumps and high knees as he cheers on the crowd at the Lululemon sponsored event

Moving: Joe added: 'It's going to be a great night and event and I'm looking forward to seeing you, we're going to try and break a new world record!'

Moving: Joe added: ‘It’s going to be a great night and event and I’m looking forward to seeing you, we’re going to try and break a new world record!’

One touched fan said they were impressed by the father-of-two: ‘Joe Wicks… you are absolutely amazing and incredibly inspiring. If you missed @thebodycoach #joewicksfacingmychildhood, please check it out on @BBCiPlayer and share it far and wide.

‘I am so impressed. Keep spreading the love Joe! You are an incredible person x’.

Another praised the program for highlighting a “real, raw topical issue,” adding that they hope it “helps break the stigma.”

Ready to go!  Joe bought out a young girl while carrying his water bottle for HITT training

Ready to go! Joe bought out a young girl while carrying his water bottle for HITT training

Great rise: A HITT workout consists of short bursts of intense work lasting 10 to 60 seconds, immediately followed by a period of active recovery of the same length

Great rise: A HITT workout consists of short bursts of intense work lasting 10 to 60 seconds, immediately followed by a period of active recovery of the same length

Joe himself took to social media to thank fans for their support, telling them he’s “in a much more positive place with it all.”

In a four-part thread, the lockdown hero wrote: ‘I want to say a huge thank you to all of you for tuning in to my documentary on BBC1 tonight.

“The intent of this documentary is to spark conversations about mental health and highlight the support that is there when you are struggling…

Inspiration: Joe has been branded by fans as a 'national treasure' and an 'incredible human being' after his emotional documentary Facing My Childhood

Inspiration: Joe has been branded by fans as a ‘national treasure’ and an ‘incredible human being’ after his emotional documentary Facing My Childhood

“It’s so important that we talk about our problems and remove the shame, guilt and stigma of mental illness and addiction. I really hope the documentary helped you in some way, but if you need more help and support please visit http://bbc.co.uk/actionline.

‘There you will find links to all the relevant charities and services you need. Just a heads up regarding my own personal mental health. Since filming the documentary last year, I’ve found a much better balance with my phone and social media…

‘I am much more positive about it. It was a very emotional process, but I have come out of it stronger and more positive now. Thanks again for all your support. Lots of love Joe x’

Touching: The hour-long film looked back on his experience growing up with parents struggling with OCD and addiction, examining the impact the experiences had on his life

Touching: The hour-long film looked back on his experience growing up with parents struggling with OCD and addiction, examining the impact the experiences had on his life

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