The High 10 Keys To Dropping Weight (How Can I Be Profitable With Weight Loss?)

It's time to learn what separates those who successfully lose weight (and keep it off) from those who don't.

Getting in shape is a difficult task. How exactly do people achieve sustainable weight loss?

This is not a rhetorical question, we actually know the answer!

We help people lose weight as part of our 1-to-1 online coaching program. Today we are going to share with you the keys to success.

How do people lose weight successfully? Let us show you the way!

Here are the top 10 differences between success and failure in losing weight:

  1. Do you have a large mindset (change and growth)
  2. Do you know your "Big Why"
  3. Don't go on a diet (adjust your diet)
  4. Know what's in the food you eat
  5. Use blueprints and blocks to create goals
  6. You don't have to exercise (you To get to practice)
  7. Invest in your health like a 401 (k)
  8. Go all-in for momentum ("never two in a row")
  9. Know your kryptonite
  10. Surround yourself with supporters, not anchors

There's a lot to talk about, so let's get started right away!

1. Have a groot mindset.

Your mother was right: you are a unique snowflake.

That means there are a lot of things that will affect why you have gained weight over the past decade and why you are having trouble losing it:

  • genetics
  • Age
  • Biological sex
  • Exposure level
  • Home environment
  • Mental health
  • Activity level
  • nutrition

All of these things play a role in how you look and how healthy you are. Despite these various factors, I've seen a common thread in people developing and sticking to healthy habits:

A great mindset.

Let's get nerdy for a second (you read Nerd Fitness after all). I assume you know Groot, the tree-like superhero from Guardians of the Galaxy. It can grow and change shape to suit the situation.

He also just says "I am Groot", but that is not so here.


Unhealthy person: “I have a hectic job. My parents are overweight. A pandemic is afoot. I have children. I have a slow metabolism. I will never be able to lose weight. This plan won't work for me because (sorry to let me off the hook). I'm the guy who's out of shape and that's all it takes. "

Habit Building Badass: “I have a hectic job. My parents are overweight. A pandemic is afoot. I have children. Soooo….How can I make this work for me in my situation?? I know people like me have lost weight which is a great sign. I refuse to accept that I am a lost cause. I am Groot. "

Even if it's not your fault where you are, if you can accept that it is your personal responsibility to deal with it, you are making a great first step.

We all have emotional, visceral responses to what we see in the mirror or how we feel when we wake up.

We have to cut through the emotions and get to the truth: We alone are responsible for our fateand that means we alone can fix it.

Like Groot, you can change and grow.

And dance.

You will find that your excuses are controversial – if more people are busy, poorer, older, and more overweight than you can get in shape, so can you.

And yes, people even got themselves in shape during our latest Apolocalyse simulator.

So make TODAY that you are "a healthy habit-building badass" this year, and then just do the things that consistently healthy nerds do.

With every meal or decision, ask yourself what a healthy person would do. And then do that.

2. Know your “big why”.

The road to constant weight loss and health is fraught with dangers.

Even the best of plans and New Year's resolutions will end in a roadside ditch unless you have a damn good reason.

After all, life is busy and it's Taco Tuesday and a new video game just came out and schools are closed and you just don't feel like exercising and it's cold.

There will ALWAYS be something.

You will never NOT be busy.

That persistence comes from a damn good answer to the question, "Why?"

Not just "Because I have to lose weight", but 2-3 levels lower:

  • WHY do you want to lose weight?
  • What does losing weight mean for your life or your happiness?
  • Thanks to this weight loss, what can you do?

That is the motivation and response you need to be reminded of in order to hold out for the next few months.

If your answer is: "I'm here because my doctor / wife / husband thinks I should lose weight. I know I should exercise more and do more." you are damned. You will give up at the first sign of adversity.

Compare this to the raw, deep, honest answers we get from NF Coaching clients when we ask about their "big WHY":

  • "I'm here because my father died of a heart attack at the age of 45 and I don't want my children to grow up without a father like me."
  • "I'm here because I want my husband / wife to look at me the way he / she used to look at me, and I want us to grow old together."
  • "I'm here because I just got dumped and I want to get well so I can start dating again. I don't want people to swipe left on my photos anymore."
  • "I'm here because I want to look in the mirror and be proud of what I see. I want to stop hiding behind others in photos."

Why are you here? Why do you want to build healthy habits?

Write down your big why – – and go deep my friend. Descent. And ask yourself "why?" to the answer to each of your questions until you find the root of your reason for being here.

When you have this answer written down, hang it up somewhere you can see it every day: the refrigerator, study, bathroom mirror. Take responsibility for your current situation, be compassionate that you are in a difficult situation, and then also accept that you CAN change, and your identity can change with small wins to prove it.

3. Don't go on a diet. Adjust your diet.

People who are always unhealthy have a love-hate relationship with diets.

Mostly hate.

They diet all the time – especially in early January, and then they diet. And then they go on a different diet. And then they find another diet that is supposed to promise even faster and easier weight loss, so switch to this one.

Unhealthy people are dieting the wrong way to begin with, and that is what makes them fail.

Unhealthy people go on a diet for a month or two and can't wait to "eat normally" again.

The problem is that their "normal food" is why they are overweight in the first place.

They go on keto for a month and succeed, then fall off … then go to Paleo for 6 weeks and lose 40 pounds and then fall off … then they do a cleanse for 30 days and drop 2 sizes of pants and then fall off …

Temporary changes to his food leads to temporary results on weight and build.

Like an addict chasing the next high, someone must consistently follow the next diet because their normal eating is primarily the problem!

And yes, diet sucks.

Hunger, eliminating favorite foods, and trying willpower to avoid sweets and candies are a terrible strategy. So stop it.

No wonder people give up their diets as soon as they start them. They think, "If that's what it takes to be thin, I'd rather stay out of shape and happy."

Make the promise NOT to diet this year.

Instead, stop saying, "My concept of" normal eating "is broken, which means that it has to change permanently in order for me to be permanently healthy."

Think about it for a second.

When you "never get finished" with your diet and cannot go back to your previous diet, the ONLY way to lasting success is, if They actually enjoy your new "normal".

Stop Dieting!

No more diet pills, cleanses, or crazy 30 day strategies.

Nothing you do can be temporary or the results will be temporary.

Instead, you will intentionally and gradually make permanent changes to your daily diet over a period of many months.

Eat to align with your goals.

If you are afraid to give up something, don't do it! Make unhealthy foods more of a pleasure and less of a daily enjoyment:

  • If giving up soda forever is scary, slowly cut it down from 12 a day to one a day.
  • If giving up pasta forever sounds like a life not worth living, learn portion sizes and make it an experience (restaurants only, for example).
  • The same applies to diet pills and nutritional supplements – nutritional supplements cannot replace a good nutritional strategy.

When you think about getting well this year, think about days and years, not weeks and months:

Know that it took you years to get your current physique, and it will take months, if not years, to correct it. This means that you have to enjoy the trip.

Once you accept that you are never "done," you can make small adjustments or changes that won't stop you from sticking to your plan.

4. Know what is in the food you eat.

Did you know that your dietary habits make up 90% of your success or failure when it comes to losing weight?

In the Nerd Fitness Rebellion, we refer to this as the "you can't escape your fork" rule.

Seriously. 90+ percent of the equation.

Tattoo this on your forehead. Hire someone to write it about your house every day. Pay someone to call you every morning and remind you of this fact.

Whatever it takes to realize that changing your eating habits will be the fastest (and only) route to weight loss in 2021.

And it starts with learning about your food.

Make it a habit of knowing what's in the food you eat!

Whether it is portion control, calorie counting, tracking macros, or even keeping a food journal, it is important to have a rough idea of ​​the total calories and nutrient distribution of the foods you consume on a regular basis.

After all, GI Joe tells us that "knowledge is half the battle!"

The other half are lasers:

With every meal you tracked, those habits add up to knowing what needs to happen each day for you to get well.

Once you know how many calories to eat each day, you can make more informed decisions about foods that fill you up but are low in calories:

Spoiler alert: As we highlight in our healthy eating guide, these are healthy proteins, fruits, vegetables, and correct servings of healthy carbohydrates.

It will come together and look something like this:

Once you've learned to read a nutrition label, you can avoid marketing hype and buzzwords and focus on the actual product!

For example, here are two different drinks:

  • Coca-Cola (20 ounces): 240 calories, 65 g carbohydrates (65 g sugar)
  • Naked Juice Green Machine (15 ounces): 270 calories, 63 g carbohydrates (55 g sugar)

Take a look at the two things above: one is a can of Coke that you know is bad for you, the other is marketed as a "healthy drink".

Neither is great for you and the calories need to be included in your daily intake.

With a little fun we decided to:

Don't fall for the hype: read the label, count your calories and break free from the matrix!

Learn more about the food you eat. If you are an adult you can take 3 minutes and google it.

Once you know the makeup of your meals, you can make subtle adjustments or changes in amounts over time as you approach a healthier weight.

Be okay with "good enough" to start with and get more specific over time.

What's this? Not sure how to eat healthily? I got you, Boo, "A Beginner's Guide to Eating Healthy."

For each food, learn the following:

  • Total calories
  • Serving size
  • fat
  • protein
  • carbohydrates

Do not overthink this: Write down what you eat every day for a week. If your weight doesn't change, adjust the total amount of calories, minimize your sugar intake, and see your weight change.

Make small adjustments over time and see how your body reacts.

Speaking of goals …

5. Use blueprints and blocks to create goals.

Unhealthy people always say things like, "I'm going to do more exercise this year!"

Goals like this are murky and have no real mark of success.

Without directing them, unhealthy people constantly do not know if they are on the right track, and there is no accountability when they are unsuccessful. These goals appear alongside goals like "I'm starting to floss!" Thrown on the abandoned pile.

Compare this to what you'll be doing in 2021:

  • Select an accessible draft to follow: a results-oriented goal.
  • Place the blocks to create this blueprint: a habit-based goal.

Let's see this in action: "I want to lose X weight by X date."

With a very specific goal and schedule, we can work backwards to calculate how much weight we need to lose each week in order to create this blueprint: our goal weight.

Once you know where you want to be a year from now, you can focus on what you need to do TODAY.

EXAMPLE: I want to lose 50 pounds by December 31, 2021.

Okay, if it's January 1st, that's about a pound a week. So what has to happen every day to achieve this goal? Let's concentrate there.

If you focus on the habit ("Today I'll just have one soda instead of three and have one vegetable") you can't be overwhelmed by the bigger picture.

In Minecraft terms, once you have the blueprints for a recreation of Rivendell Lord of the Rings, all you have to focus on is placing the next block in the right place. And then repeat!

Finally, you have Rivendell:

Here is a real-life example of this blocking mentality:

“My goal is to reach my goal weight of 150 pounds by December 1, 2021, so I'm going to eat a vegetable every day and do 30 minutes of strength training two days a week. On other days I go for a 10 minute walk. "

What if you do this: You stop worrying about the outcome and instead focus ONLY on the habit you need to make today.

This way you can very easily answer the question: "Yes, I have placed the block" or "No, I have not placed the block".

  • You either ate vegetables today or you didn't.
  • You either exercised for 30 minutes today or you didn't.

Make sure you choose a design that you can create (not too unrealistic) and keep things simple. A weight loss goal of 1 pound a week is sensible and sustainable. Remember, the focus should be on SUSTAINABLE progress – not "progress at any cost".

Once you've achieved goals, you can start creating more complex plans.

Or in fantasy terms, after you've finally killed the dragon, find yourself a bigger one!

6. You don't HAVE to exercise, you MUST exercise.

Unhealthy people treat exercise as a miserable means to an end:

"I'll train until I get to my goal weight, and then I can finish this exercise material and go back to what I was doing before."

Temporary changes, lousy strategy, temporary results … sound familiar?

They run on a treadmill because they think they should, but they hate it and they never want to go back. Or they'll be dragged into a virtual fitness class and pretend they've lost their internet connection to turn them off.

While they are doing their best to build the habit, they are so unhappy and excited about the exercise that the habit never lasts. They only train until they reach a goal and then they stop. Pooh. Temporary changes = temporary results!

Look, here's the truth: "exercise" sucks.

So you will stop "doing sports".

I've heard time and time again from nerd fitness clients, "I can't believe it, but I'm looking forward to exercising now. How did that happen?"

What's going on here?

Because nutrition is 90% of the battleBuilding a habit of exercise and exercise is more important than what type of exercise you choose to do.

Here are 40 ways to train without realizing it:

You don't have to train in a way that you hate.

Choose the type of exercise that brings you to life. Don't you have this form of exercise yet? Try new things!

Especially the stuff that doesn't feel like movement.

Diet makes up 90% of the battle, so exercise can be something you enjoy and remind you to choose better foods so that your efforts are not in vain.

Desperate to Lose Weight Faster? In addition to trying to improve your diet, try to channel the temptation so that you hit the gym (in case it is open).

Do you have a particular physique in mind (six pack abs, taut arms, a better bum, a wider chest, etc.)? Build the body you want and look forward to improvement: "Cant wait to work out and find out how much stronger I have become today compared to last week."

You are a video game character who increases your strength attribute with each training session.

7. You invest in your health like a 401 (k).

When it comes to our health, we can invest in three ways:

Healthy badasses who build habits know this and prioritize accordingly: They know that investing in their health is the best decision they can make in the long run. So you decide how much time, effort, and money to spend on this investment.

Your health is an investment, just like your wealth:

  • If you want to spend your effort and time building your own workout, creating your own meal plans, and holding yourself accountable, this is great! I've been doing this for myself for years.
  • You can outsource your programming to a coach, hire a responsibility partner, or participate in a program that will create your training and diet for you.

Either way, this is a months or years long process that requires discipline! Every day you get a little bit better connections the day before and build you a big nest egg (read: a great physique) that will keep you rich (read: healthy) for decades.

We have had thousands of people reading all of the free content on Nerd Fitness for years with no results because they never invested in themselves.

The second they finally invested in themselves by hiring a 1-on-1 coach, they took action and lost weight within a few months. The same applies to our self-determined adventure Nerd Fitness Journey (part of NF Prime).


Because we value what we pay for and what we invest in, which makes us more likely to actually do the damn thing. And we don't value what we get for free or what we take for granted.

Unhealthy people don't look at all of these things rationally – They complain about spending 99 cents on an iPhone app that could dramatically improve their quality of life, then happily spend $ 6 every morning on a sugary Starbucks drink without a second thought.

People keep emailing me asking, "Why should I pay for a course when free information is available online?"

Welp, there has been free information online for decades – has it got you in shape yet? Maybe it makes sense to invest in yourself!

Lots of people – myself included – will happily pay to have someone cut through all of the noise and bad information that needs to be delivered JUST the right information to read or hear.

Your money, time, and effort are all finite resources: How you spend each resource tells me a lot about your priorities.

I like to pay personally Hundreds of dollars every month for my own online fitness trainer, since 2014.

Many probably think that I'm crazy and that this is a waste of money ("just do your own workout!"), But I think it's the best money I spend every monthand that's why I prioritized it over other issues.

I'm not just paying for a training plan in an Excel document.

I pay for the accountability of someone checking me out, the expertise of a trained professional who can spot my weaknesses, and knowing that I am actually doing the training because I am spending my hard earned money on it.

And it brought me the results I hadn't seen for a decade.

It is not what you say is a priority, but what you spend your time or money on is a priority.

Prioritize your money and time with the best of things, at the expense of other amenities, and you'll be more likely to get in shape because you actually care about them.

Answer these questions:

How much money do you spend on your health?

How much time and effort do you invest in creating your workout or fine-tuning your diet?

Have you ever hired a trainer or paid for an online course?

Are you buying apps or software that make your life easier, or are you trying to get by on free things that you know you aren't actually using?

Sometimes spending money is the best investment you can make in yourself – because you know the free option is something you won't stick with!

  • Although you have a small room with weights in your apartment complexPay money to take an outdoor class in a park because you hate training alone. When you know people are counting on you to show up, you will be more likely to exercise.
  • Prepayment for 20 personal trainer sessions (virtual is fine) – If you've already paid for it and planned the workouts, actually you will.
  • Don't have time to cut up vegetables? Buy them pre-made. Expensive? Maybe but worth the price when you need to eat more veggies.
  • Decide what you want to sacrifice. It may mean having to skip movies or cancel your cable to prioritize a healthy meal service or buy more cookbooks so you never get bored with cooking new healthy meals.

Think about it from a different perspective:

You're not buying a fitness class, trainer, or overpriced salad (which you would never make for yourself anyway).

You're not just hiring a trainer to prescribe a workout that you could have found on the internet for free.

You invest in your future and acquire accountability, expertise and dynamism.

If you're looking for expert guidance, accountability, and the assurance that you're training the right way to achieve your goals, schedule a free consultation with Team NF today to learn more about our coaching program!

8. Go All In On Momentum.

Do you remember that Isaac Newton?

"An object at rest tends to stay still, and an object in motion tends to stay in motion unless another force is applied to it."

This is known as "indolence" and nothing could be more applicable to your health.

Unhealthy people have to overcome a lot of indolence in trying to build healthy habits and get in shape:

Your body is used to sitting on a couch and eating junk food, which means the habit of exercising is excruciating. You need to convince yourself to get off the couch and go out into the wild. Eating vegetables and healthy foods sucks when compared to regular comfort foods.

But they go out of their way a few times to do these things and the momentum shifts from unhealthy to healthy.

And then things fall apart.

Your child gets sick or they work late and miss a workout. Not the end of the world, is it? But then it snows the next day and one missed day of training turns into two, which turns into a month in no time.

And they're back in first place.

Instead, we will focus on cultivating and protecting the dynamic.

Eternal health doesn't come in days or with a few choices. It takes months (or more likely years) of consistent effort.

And shit happens.

Pandemics. Children. Job. Life.

It's more than just "missing out on a workout". It kills your swing and the swing is critical to long term health.

So focus on doing everything you can to quickly build momentum and maintain it.

Momentum is crucial to staying healthy over the long term. So you have to protect it with your life.

To gain momentum until he becomes an autopilot, try the following:

  • Exercise 4 days a week. Yes, even on public holidays. Yes, even if it's only push-ups for 5 minutes.
  • Go for a walk in the morning every day, even if it snows.
  • Schedule workouts for early Saturday morning with a virtual trainer so you don't drink like a fish Friday night.
  • Add your workouts to your calendar. Have a friend give $ 50 of your money on a thing you hate every time you miss a workout.

Which means you should follow my favorite rule: never miss two in a row.

Two missed workouts quickly turn into 30. Two bad meals quickly turn into a week of pizza and Chinese food.

So "never two in a row!" – Never eat two bad meals in a row, never miss a workout two days in a row.

If you miss a workout, suddenly that next day is the most important workout of your life. Do whatever it takes to get to the gym!

If you eat badly, that's fine! Enjoy it. But that next meal is suddenly the most important meal of your life! Do Anything You Have to Do to Eat a Crap Vegetable!

9. Know your kryptonite.

I want to share an important quote from the late, great physicist Richard Feynman:

"The first principle is that you must not be mistaken – and you are the easiest person to deceive."

Unhealthy people may be aware of their Kryptonites, but they just hope and pray that they will have enough willpower to overcome them every day.

They eat a single oreo and then think about biscuits for an hour until they eat a whole sleeve of oreo biscuits and then berate themselves for having lost willpower to avoid temptation.

The truth is, we are all flawed superheroes.

Unhealthy people try to correct their mistakes by sheer willpower and then feel deeply ashamed when they cannot stop their behavior.

Permanently healthy people recognize their kryptonite and have a plan to avoid or protect against it:

If they know that grains are making them unhappy and bloated, follow a paleo diet and remove these foods completely so that there is no attempt to eat only half a serving.

If they know they are struggling with portion control, they may try to skip an intermittent fasting meal.

They also ask the questions their kryptonites get to the bottom of when it comes to weight gain:

  • Maybe they eat when they're bored.
  • Maybe they eat when they're upset.
  • Maybe they eat when they're nervous.
  • Maybe they eat when they watch TV.

They know these things about themselves, and they know that unhealthy food is designed to be addicting.

So plan it!

Know yourself, my dear friend, and know what your triggers are.

We are all flawed. Instead of trying to address your mistakes, plan for your mistakes. These triggers can be environmental, situational, or emotional. Know it is going to happen and create a Kryptonite safe plan so you don't have to worry about avoiding it.

No longer rely on motivation and willpower to attack your Kryptonite.

Add accountability, punishments, and rewards to your life to help keep you on track and dodge your kryptonites:

  • Check in with someone every day to make sure they've eaten their vegetables.
  • Instruct your friend to donate your $ 50 to a politician you hate if you miss a workout check-in.
  • Reward yourself with new running shoes (a reward that rewards you with more momentum) for doing 20 runs in a month.
  • Build your batcave (your environment) so that it is harder to make unhealthy choices and easier to make healthy choices.
  • Don't order from unhealthy restaurants and schedule an early workout on Saturdays so you don't drink yourself silly on Friday.

You don't have to be flawless. You don't need a perfect plan. What you need is an honest conversation with yourself about things to avoid while trying to make healthier choices.

This can be certain restaurants, certain aisles in the supermarket or even certain people.

10. Surround yourself with supporters, not anchors

You are the average of the 5 people with whom you are most connected.

Are you banana peels?

Or are they lacitus?

Banana peels do not need an introduction: Drive over one in Mario Kart and you will ruin a perfect race by destroying all your momentum.

Compare that to Lakitu. If you're not familiar, he's the little guy in the cloud in Mario Kart who'll pick you up if you fall off the track and get you back on track.

Unhealthy people are constantly being thrown out by the banana peels in their lives:

  • "What do you mean that you don't want to eat my lasagna anymore? You love my cooking."
  • "Everyone comes over to play D&D and eat pizza. You can't miss that."
  • "You don't have to lose weight. You look good. Live a little. Come on."

Questions and comments like these subtly influence our behavior every day. So look and act like the 5 people you are most connected to.

Compare this to Lakitus: the people who want you to succeed, who hold you accountable and make you get better.

I recently asked our private community at Nerd Fitness Prime what the group means to them.

This answer jumped to me:

You need to be surrounded by people who will pick you up, not slow you down.

Healthy people know this and make the tough decisions about who is worthy of their time and attention.

They often fire their unhealthy friends and family – if only temporarily – because they cannot negatively influence their efforts to gain momentum.

I've heard countless stories of unhealthy relationships ending because a newly healthy person was with an unhealthy person who didn't want her being healthy and actively sabotaging them.

Why is this happening? Because it is often easier to pull other people down than to honestly look in the mirror and fix the flaws or unhealth.

If you're trying to get well minimize Your time revolving around banana peels and MAXIMIZE Your time with Lakitus.

You are dramatically influenced by the people around you, whether you notice it or not. How do these people affect you?

Do exercise:

  • Banana peel: You want to train, but your friends are mad at you for skipping between the US or a World of Warcraft heist. You will skip the workout.
  • Lakitu: You want to work out and your friends are doing yoga in the park right now … you will find your mat!


  • Banana peel: Your family orders are taking out and everyone wants pizza. You'll likely be ordering junk food instead of ordering a salad and enduring the scorn.
  • Lakitu: You choose delivery and the 4 people in your house want salads – I bet $ 1000 they will order something healthy too.

Mental health:

  • Banana peel: You have 5 friends who never talk about anything serious: how are you supposed to tell them about your depression medication, or that you are considering seeing a therapist?
  • Lakitu: You have 5 friends who not only accept your mistakes but also share theirs and have advice for you.

Decide who deserves your attention and work to put yourself in situations with people that will make you get better.

This could mean having a serious conversation with your significant other that wants to "understand better" you if your goal is to be healthier and happier.

Or, dive deep into distraction strategies when you are constantly dealing with unhealthy family members who cannot fire you.

When they're worth your time, change their tune to be more supportive, helpful, and less of an anchor.

And then you spend time with people who are stronger, healthier, happier, and more successful than you. And do what they do.

  • Use 20 seconds of courage to start a conversation with someone in the bike shop and make plans for a bike ride together.
  • Join a running club at work or start a running club if one doesn't already exist (if it is safe to do so).
  • When you're not being cheered on by people in real life, find an online group that will push you to get better.

How will the NEXT YEAR be different?

Phew! Okay, let's see how many of these you can actually tick off:

  1. I have a groot attitude
  2. I know my big why
  3. I don't diet. I adjust my diet.
  4. I know what my food is made of.
  5. I have blueprints and pads.
  6. I don't have to exercise. I get.
  7. I invest in my health like a 401 (k).
  8. I go all-in on the swing.
  9. I know my kryptonite.
  10. I'm looking for lacitus, not banana peels.

Give yourself a score and let me know which ones are the most difficult for you.

When you ticked 6 or fewer boxes, select ONE of the habits and work on them for the next month. Internalize it. Make it a part of your new identity. And then on to the next.

You overcome laziness and build momentum!

And NEVER underestimate the dynamics. Once you've built it, it can be difficult to stop!

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