|Dates: May 25-29|
|Roof: Watch all five 40-minute workouts broadcast live on the BBC Sport website and the mobile app.|
The living room is the new gym and Mark Wright is here to train with us.
From May 25 to 29, he will take his Train Wright training to BBC Sport. These 40-minute exercises, for all fitness levels, will be broadcast live on the BBC Sport website every morning at 09:00 BST and you can watch them later. No excuses then!
Since the UK went into confinement and academies closed their doors, many of us are looking for new ways to stay in shape while staying safe. Wright has helped people do this by organizing daily exercises at his home, along with celebrities and sports guests such as singer Pixie Lott, host Laura Whitmore, former football player Jamie Redknapp and boxer Tyson Fury.
He had a week of & # 39; comedians & # 39; with Katherine Ryan and Keith Lemon, and a week with a boxing theme, where Fury, Tony Bellew, Carl Froch and Charlie Edwards gathered from their homes.
"All of these boxers are current or former world champions, so this is so encouraging to me that they said 'yes' to the involvement," Mark told BBC Sport.
About 6,000 people tuned in to work with Tyson and Mark and heard them share stories – like the time, earlier this year, when they had fun with Steve Aoki in Las Vegas after Fury's WBC victory. Fury convinced DJ Aoki to play his favorite song, Sweet Caroline, on the deck for him.
Wright will see all of Fury's fights. "He just won the world title and is being harassed, but he saw me and skipped three tables to give me a beer. That's the kind of man he is," he said.
The 33-year-old explains that he got the idea for Train Wright (it's a good title) after spending the first few weeks of confinement, feeling a little slow and unmotivated.
After that, he decided to do something about it and tied up his fellow celebrities as well. If you didn't see Keith Lemon doing burpees in your hallway, wearing a T-shirt with Bill Murray's face on it, visit Wrighty's Instagram account now for a treat.
The variety of guests is proof of the comprehensive approach to Wright's exercises. They are for everyone.
"Keith Lemon had never exercised before," explains Mark. He adds: "But he followed everything, to be fair".
Katherine Ryan told people to drink wine and train when she came in from the living room.
"Yes, I can't really support that," says Mark.
Then there was the week of boxing, where he faced several world champions.
In addition to boxing, Mark is a decent player. You may have seen him playing on the Soccer Aid England team – including in 2016, when he was the man of the match.
He also played football semi-professionally for Southend United in his younger days, having spent his youth career at West Ham, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
He says he had a chance to move to the Premier League when he was a teenager, but he didn't have the app with his aptitude at the time.
"I was eating cheese and onion pastries before training," he says.
Anyway, he says that the disappointment of losing that experience served to motivate him to be a perfectionist in what he does now.
Staying active is also just as important to him in terms of mental health, especially at the moment, and he admits that he benefits greatly from "making endorphins work".