"I'm going to be doing everything I can, I'm adapting them".
The 30-minute classes will be streamed every morning at 9.00am GMT.
"Nothing is signed yet, but they all hope something will work out".
It has been reported the first two days of his classes have been so popular that they have lowered homeworkers' internet speeds - seeing many call on television companies to air his classes on their channels in a bid to help speeds and produce fresh content for their networks.
"It's not going to hold me back though, I'm not going to let you down, I'm going to be here every day".
But if you want to start soon, you can head to his YouTube channel where he already has "18 Kids Workouts to do at Home". It's about helping. It's about getting kids moving and feeling good and keeping your mental health up.
'This week both Channel 4 and the BBC have been on the phone, asking, "What can we do together?"
The fitness expert is hosting live, 30-minute P.E lessons everyday from Monday to Friday at 9am and they're not just for kids, Joe is urging teenagers and adults to get involved too, to keep everyone moving while the nation remains in isolation.
Joe said of his daily YouTube sessions: "In the end, we feel happier, more alive, and better equipped to face another day in COVID-19 lockdown". We're going to be doing loads of basic exercises.
"I've got mums, dads and even grandparents having a go, there's no equipment and you can do it in your living room".
Elsewhere, Ipswich Town has produced a number of new activities for young Blues fans, including fitness classes with mascots Bluey and Crazee as well as literacy and maths challenges.
Coleen Rooney revealed how she was keeping her little ones amused as she shared a sweet video to Instagram on Monday as her sons got their daily exercise as they took part in Joe's lesson.