You go, girl! My Big Fat Fabulous Life star Whitney Thore is taking no prisoners when it comes to talking about fitness. So, before we proceed, y’all better leave your misconceptions about plus-size women at the door.

Speaking with People, the 34-year-old explained what sparked her new workout plan. “People were asking me about my workouts all the time,” Whitney told the publication. “I’ve gotten such a good response from people, whether they be fat people or people with different abilities, or people who just aren’t confident in their fitness levels.”

At first, Whitney wasn’t sure how she was going to make her personal fitness routine appeal to the masses. “I’ve been thinking about what I could do to help encourage or inspire other people, but personal trainers are really expensive and not everyone has an hour to spend in the gym every day,” she expressed. We hear that, Whitney.

Following that brief dilemma, the reality star linked up with personal trainer Ryan Andreas and the pair developed a workout plan that’s legit 24 minutes long. No, we’re not kidding. Additionally, it only costs $20 a month. If that doesn’t sound appealing enough… wait for it… you can do it from home! I mean, come on, it doesn’t get any better than that. 

What makes Whitney and Ryan’s “No BS Active” plan so special, beyond just affordability and convenience, is the emphasis on representation. You don’t need to look like a Kardashian to participate. “What I’ve heard a lot from people is that they want representation, because there are fat people everywhere, and there are fat people who exercise everywhere. I’m not an anomaly,” Whitney said. “People are getting really excited that there is a workout program that features someone who looks like them and is probably a lot bigger than them, actually.”

Wow, what a fantastic message. Keep killing it, Whitney.