– Look, I don’t know if you’relike me, but I hate gyms. I don’t know how to use the equipmentand I feel like everyonethere knows exactlywhat they’re doing, except for me. But I feel good when I work out,and I wanna feel goodabout getting a workout. So for the next 30 days we’regonna be working out at home. No gym memberships, no equipment. Let’s see what happens. – Alright. Hey, my name is Chanda Ramnath. I am 23 years old. I am from Toronto, Ontario, Canadaand I was chosen to be part of the 30 dayhome fitness challenge. – We auditioned over50 people on Instagramand we selected her. For 30 minutes, everyday, we’re gonna doa mixture of jumping jacks, flutter kicks,mountain climbers, and burpees. – 2018 was probably one ofthe hardest years for me. I spent most of the yeartaking care of my Mombecause she was diagnosedwith breast cancer. Didn’t really get time to focus on myselfand I just feel like it’s timefor me to get back into this. – I have a healthyrelationship with fitnessbut as far as like actual exercise,I do not feel confident ingetting a full body workoutknowing the moves that I can doto work different parts of the body. – Let me tell you something first,I’m already a person who works out. I work out in an average of, I don’t know,three times per week. Working out everyday,finding the strength,that discipline to do thateveryday, that’s crazy. I work really hard onmaintaining my weightbecause I lose it likethis . And so to work out everyday, for 30 dayscould drastically change myappearance in a positive,negative way, I just don’t know. – I shouldn’t be scared of exerciseand I shouldn’t be intimidated by it,so I’m really hoping thischallenge will make me feelmore confident and capable ofexercising in my daily life. – Beginning. We wanna do this. Jumping jacks five sets, total 20 seconds,rest in between. Alright. – It was really hard forme because I guess my bodyjust isn’t used to that much activity. – Jumping jacks were fine, burpees sucked. Flutter kicks weredifficult and the climbers,the climbers are gonna be themost challenging thing for me. – It’s a nice mix up ofcardio strength and balance. I liked it. Brenda approved. – I think I’m doing somethingwrong with the climbers’cause it keep messing upmy knee so we’re gonna startwith the climbers and do them slow,so that way I don’t hurt my knee. – I’ve realized that Iwas doing flutter kickswrong this whole time and no one told me. You can see them right this time. This doesn’t get easier. – They’re not easy but they’re doableand that’s what’s important. – If you are all on thethoughts of how much this sucks,it’s kinda suck and you’regonna want it to end. But if you’re like,”Oh! yeah, that suckedbut that feels good. “That’s doing things thenyou get a reward out of it. – So I knew going into this challengethat doing the exercisesfor 30 days straight,I wasn’t gonna see results unless I changethe way I was eating. – Put a lot more focus andattention into the foodthat I’m putting in my body. – I needed more fruits and vegetables. – You’re eating more, you’reburning more calories. I’m feeling extra hungry. – We are halfway throughand I cannot believedthat I made it to this point. Yesterday was the hardestpart of the challenge,but it takes a lot ofdedication and willpowerto push through this, commit to this,and that dedication and willpoweris already pushing into my day. – I feel like my energy levels are way up. My sleeping habits have been amazing. I think that my body is finallyadjusting to the work out. I’m definitely seeing some progressespecially on that scale. – I wish it was building up like my chestand other muscles a bit more. This is at least teachingme ways that I can work outat home, place I can go moreconfident in the movements. – I’m losin’ a lot of muscular mass. Doing a lot of this cardio,the body the muscle away. My goals have always been to build upand this is doing the absolute opposite. – It was great becausemy friends all joined meand that was really great. It was really fun and motivating. – Chanda has been showing me and Brenda upand doing this work out with other people,so I’m back in Texas so I’d thoughtI’m gonna do this with my sister. That’s my sister. – These are the last days. I wanna give it, give it my all. – I did 30 dang days of exercise. That’s insane. – I dit it. I did it. I freaking did it. – I am just so unbelievablyproud of myself. – If you’re looking for dramaticbefore and after photos,that’s not this video because I believedthat physical transformationand fitness takes time,because everybody’s body is different. We did this challenge so wecould feel more confidentin ourselves and in fitness. – And I feel like I’vegrown into a completelydifferent person. My confidence is way up. – I’m amazed in myself and mycommitment to this challenge. It has helped me managedsome of those resentfuland distressing thoughtssurrounding fitness. – Towards the end, itwas always like I hatedevery second of the last five minutes. But then when you were doneit was like “I did it!”. I did it. – And while the goal of this challengewas never to lose weight,for better for worse,we lost some weight. – I think I lost a littlebit over 10 pounds. – I lost nine pounds. – I lost five founds whichI need to put back onto stay healthy. – We committed to the challenge and I knowthat you can commit to something similar. – It takes patience, it takes time. – You can achieve anything. This is to me not the ideal way. I know it’s easy justfor you to take it oncethen by the time instead ofdoing this whole thing at once. – Brenda did it, Chanda did it, I did it,and I know that you can do a work outthat feels good for you. This next challenge is something I’ve beentrying to do for 15 years. I’m looking for people who are seriousabout quitting smoking,but not just cigarettes. I kicked this habit awhile ago and replaced itwith something even more addictive. I replaced it with a Juul. So if you’re 18 years orolder and you’re seriousabout quitting the Juul, clickthe link in the descriptionon addition and go to myInstagram for more informationabout the challenge. Let’s get better together. Let’s quit the Juul together. Let’s do this.