If your answer is 'yes' then read on
I'm currently doing a squat challenge: 100 squats a day for 30 days
Any kind of squats count - you can do them with a barbell, some dumbbells, even a kettlebell or the TRX... Or like I have done, the simplest form of them all, bodyweight squats.
Doing a hundred squats a day takes only a few minutes to complete when you're doing them with your own body weight only, so I'd like to think everyone who don't have physical limitations can take part in this challenge
I've been happy to see some of my PT clients take on the challenge too
Myself, like probably many others, I struggled with motivation about 10 days in, but I've started so I'll finish what I set out to do. After all, it's not difficult
Some days I've purely forgotten to do all of my squats (you don't need to do them all at once), but instead of regarding that as a failure I've just added what I didn't complete to the next day's total
You'll get a firmer bum, thighs and your metabolism will automatically increase because of the extra work you're doing with your muscles every day
Do 10 sets of 10 repetitions to begin with, of if that's easy, do more at once. Maybe you're already fit enough to do all 100 at once?! By the end of the challenge you could be!