FULL MARCS Marcus Rashford becomes kids’ PE teacher for the day on CBBC as children across the nation follow Man Utd star’s workout

MARCUS RASHFORD has this morning added to his ever-growing list of good deeds in lockdown by getting kids active on CBBC.


Posted Thursday, June 11, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

The Manchester United star has already been working with FareShare UK, a charity supplying two million meals every week to vulnerable children.

FULL MARCS Marcus Rashford becomes kids’ PE teacher for the day on CBBC as children across the nation follow Man Utd star’s workout
Rashford had kids inspired from the get-go when they saw his England caps Credit: BBC

FULL MARCS Marcus Rashford becomes kids’ PE teacher for the day on CBBC as children across the nation follow Man Utd star’s workout
He took them through a series of exercises including sit-ups Credit: BBC

FULL MARCS Marcus Rashford becomes kids’ PE teacher for the day on CBBC as children across the nation follow Man Utd star’s workout
The Man Utd star has been a generous figure in lockdown Credit: BBC

And having helped to raise an astonishing £20million for the project, kind-hearted Rashford has continued his good work this morning.

The 22-year-old swapped his football boots for a PE kit as he guided kids through a number of stretches, showing them how to get ready for their big match.

Rashford will have had them in awe at first, as he spoke a little about his experiences getting into football while standing in front of his England caps and an assortment of awards.

He then moved into his personal gym area, beginning with a hamstring exercise before moving onto the groin area.

Kids across the nation were then put through their paces with a circuit of exercises, beginning with press-ups and sit-ups, before moving onto jumping jacks.

The circuit was complete after leg balancing, hopping and lunges.

Having completed his first day as a celebrity supply teacher, Rashford then shared some of the heartwarming responses to his exercise routine for children.

I’m going to get the class up on my website so the kids can pause it and work through it at a pace they want. Will let you all know as soon as it’s up hope the kids enjoyed it this morning

— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) June 10, 2020

Marcus himself seemed to enjoy his foray into teaching, and vowed to get the video up on his website for people to be able to use at their leisure.

He posted: "I’m going to get the class up on my website so the kids can pause it and work through it at a pace they want. Will let you all know as soon as it’s up hope the kids enjoyed it this morning".



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