The Manchester United star has already been doing his bit amid the coronavirus pandemic, including his work with FareShare UK - a charity which provides two million meals each week to vulnerable children - which saw him raise £20 million for the project.
On Wednesday morning (10.06.20), Rashford continued his good work as he guided kids through a range of stretches to help them get ready for a big match.
Initially, the 22-year-old forward shared stories from his early career in football, before moving to his personal gym area for the workout.
After a focus on the hamstring and groin, he moved on to a circuit of exercises including press-ups, sit-up, jumping jacks, leg balancing, hopping and lunges.
Following the broadcast, he tweeted: "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"