The Best No-Equipment-Needed Exercises For Weight Loss

You don’t need to spend a fortune on gym memberships,

Or on the latest bit of kit to achieve this years most wanted beach body

All you need is your own bodyweight!

Here are my top no-equipment-needed bodyweight exercises that anyone can do literally anywhere

And each exercise is designed to help you build lean muscle mass and burn body fat more efficiently whilst helping you to sculpt a stronger, leaner and more toned physique

So without further a do, here comes the first exercise….

forward-lunge-simonandersonfitness.co.ukForward or Reverse Lunge

Starting from a standing position with the feet hip width apart, take a stride forward ensuring that the knee remains inline with the ankle and hip throughout the lunge. As you stride forward allow both legs to bend at the knees allowing the back knee to drop vertically down towards the floor to a point in which is comfortable to yourself. Once you’ve reached your desired lunge depth, push down through the front heel, straightening the back leg to allow the body to return to the starting position before repeating the same action on the other leg. Continue this for the time or reps stated. The back throughout should remain straight and the chest upright through and to progress this exercise, place the hands across the chest or on top of the head to engage the core muscles more.

The Reverse Lunge exercise is almost the same as the forward lunge except that this time you take a stride back allowing the back knee once again to lower vertically to a height that is comfortable for yourself. Once at the desired height, push down through the front foot, allowing the leg to straighten and the body to return to the postural stance. Repeat, alternating legs for the time or reps stated in your workout.

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes on your forward foot

forward-reach-lunge-simonandersonfitness.co.ukForward Reaching Lunges

This is the same as a Forward Lunge except for 2 modifications. As you lunge forward, reach down allowing your finger tips to touch the floor. This should be made possible firstly by allowing the knee of back leg to lower as much possible and secondly the back thigh should achieve a diagonal slope leading away from the bottom down towards the knee. Special emphasis needs to be paid to the bending of the back leg and not in over reaching and therefore straining the lower back which could in turn cause discomfort or injury. Once you have performed one lunge, alternate legs and continue this action for the duration of time stated.

Reverse-Lunge-knee-drive-simonandersonfitness.co.ukReverse Lunge Knee Drives

Starting from a standing position with the feet hip width apart, take a stride backwards ensuring that the knee remains inline with the ankle and hip throughout the lunge. As one foot strides back allow both legs to bend at the knees allowing the back knee to drop vertically down towards the floor to a point in which is comfortable to yourself. Once you’ve reached your desired lunge depth, push down through the front heel, straightening the front leg to allow the body to raise up towards the starting position. At this point, the knee that was previously lowered towards the floor now drives up and out in front of the body allowing the now standing foot to raise up on to the toes through the knee driving momentum. Return back to the starting position then repeat the same action on the other leg. Continue this for the time or reps stated. The back throughout should remain straight and the chest upright through and to progress this exercise.

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes on your forward foot

lateral-lunge-simonandersonfitness.co.ukLateral Lunges (Side Lunges)

Starting from a standing position with the feet hip width apart, take one large sideways stride ensuring that the foot taking the stride remains with the toes facing forward. Once the striding foot is planted, allow the striding leg to bend at the knee whilst keeping the other leg straight allowing the upper body to lower towards the ground. As you do this reach down with both hands so that you can get finger tips to the floor, one hand either side of the foot that has made the stride. Once you have completed this, return back to the standing position before repeating on the other side. Continue to repeat the motion for the time or reps stated

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes and as you bend forward to reaching towards your toes, that its the legs do the work and that you do not overload your lower back

lunge-jump-simonandersonfitness.co.ukJump Lunges

Starting from a standing position with the feet hip width apart, take a stride backwards ensuring that the knee remains inline with the ankle and hip throughout the lunge. As one foot strides back allow both legs to bend at the knees allowing the back knee to drop vertically down towards the floor to a point in which is comfortable to yourself. Once you’ve reached your desired lunge depth, push down through the front heel exploding into a jump and switching legs mid air so that you land with the back leg now being the front leg. As you land, drop straight back down into a lunge position allowing the knee to lower to a height that is comfortable for yourself and avoiding banging it on the floor. Throughout the exercise, keep the back straight and the chest lifted.

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes on your forward foot

Walking-Lunges-simonandersonfitness.co.ukWalking Lunges

Starting from a standing position with the feet hip width apart, take a stride forward ensuring that the knee remains inline with the ankle and hip throughout the lunge. As you stride forward allow both legs to bend at the knees allowing the back knee to drop vertically down towards the floor to a point in which is comfortable to yourself. Once you’ve reached your desired lunge depth, push down through the front heel, straightening the front leg to allow the body to return towards the starting position. At this point, and without letting the feet meet in the middle stride forward with the opposite foot repeating the same action for the time or reps stated in your workout. The back throughout should remain straight and the chest upright through and to progress this exercise, place the hands across the chest or on top of the head to further engage the core muscles more.

plank-simonandersonfitness.co.ukPlank Hold

Starting from an all fours position with your elbows, forearms and knees on the floor on the floor. Raise the knees off the floor, keeping the feet together and elbows at a shoulder width apart position so that the only body parts in contact with the floor are your forearms and toes. Your shoulders should be slightly ahead of your elbows, your bum should be down creating a straight line from your ankles down to your shoulders and your stomach muscles should be engaged (belly button pulled in). Please note, during this exercise if you feel any weird sensations or pain in your lower back then raise your bottom up until the sensation goes away. If this persists then cease to do the exercise and seek an alternative.

Important Tip: You want to keep your legs straight but without locking out the knees

hand-plank-simonandersonfitness.co.ukHand Plank Hold

This exercise is to be performed just as a plank hold but with hands on the floor instead of elbows. Throughout the duration of this exercise you want to retain a straight line from your shoulders down to your ankles, with your legs straight but without locking your knees

plank-walkout-simonandersonfitness.co.ukPlank Walkouts

Starting from a hand plank position, with your hands directly under the shoulders, your bum down and with the stomach muscles engaged (tensed) pad forward 4 times with the hands (2 with the left, 2 with the right) ensuring that the arms are the only part of the body that move. Once you’ve padded the 4 hand steps forward, pad 4 times back until you’re in your original starting position. Continue his action for the duration of time stated.

renegade-row-simonandersonfitness.co.ukThe Renegade Rows

From the hands and toes (press up) position with the hands placed directly beneath the shoulders, the bottom down and the stomach muscles engaged bring one hand up to the front of the chest pausing there for a second before returning to the ground and in the exact same with the opposite. The key to this exercise is keeping the stomach muscles engaged throughout the exercise whilst trying to limit as much hip movement as possible

Lateral Renegade Rows

This exercise is almost the same as the Renegade Rows but with one difference. Starting from the hand plank position with the hands directly below the shoulders, raise one hand out to the side so that the arm runs horizontal from the shoulder and parallel to the floor. Hold that position for a second before returning to the floor and repeating the action on the other side. Continue this for the duration of time stated. Whilst performing this exercise it’s is essential to keep the bottom down, the stomach muscles engaged and to really benefit from the exercise is to try to eliminate the amount of movement through the hips.

moving-plank-simonandersonfitness.co.ukPlank Builder

Starting Press Up stance with the hands directly under the shoulders, the bum down and the stomach muscles engaged, bend one arm at a time at the elbow allowing each elbow to rest exactly where each hand once was allowing you to slip in to a plank. Now preform the opposite by placing each hand, one at a time where each elbow had just rested allowing you to push the body up in to the Press Up stance once more. This now equals 1 Plank Builder. Continue to do this for the duration of time stated and please note, to keep everything in balance it is recommended that you perform 1 Plank Builder using the right arm as the primary lifting and lowering arms then switching so that the left arm does the brunt of the work

side-plank-simonandersonfitness.co.ukT-Plank Hold

Start by laying on the floor on you side with one foot on top of the other and raised up onto 1 elbow. From here allow the hips to life up from the floor so that the only body parts in contact with the floor are the forearm and foot of one side of your body. Throughout the exercise be sure to make sure that the hips are pushed forward, the abdominals engaged (belly button pulled in) and that there’s a straight line maintained from the chest down through the hips and to the ankles. Please note: If you find this exercise hard to begin with why not start with the lower leg in contact with the floor and not just the foot. For increased balance you could start with both feet on the floor, one in front of the other. To make this exercise harder raise the arm that’s not on the floor to create a perfect T formation. You can also raise up onto the hand instead of the elbow and to further harden this exercise, raise the leg that’s not in contact with the floor

knee-spiderman-plank-simonandersonfitness.co.ukSpiderman (Knee) Planks

Starting from the Plank (elbow and toes) position as if you were performing a plank hold. This time though, bring 1 knee alongside the body towards the arm/elbow. As you do so though, make sure that the toe is not in contact with the floor. Return the foot back to the starting position then do the same with the opposite leg, making sure to keep the bottom down and the stomach muscles engaged. Try not to do this exercise too quickly though as it’s all about quality and not quantity.

press-up-simonandersonfitness.co.ukPress Ups

Starting from the hands and toes (press up) stance be sure that the hands are placed at least 2ft apart and inline with your chest (imagine you’re in a position where you’re about to push a very heavy object). Start with your arms straight, but not locked, and to perform your first press up, bend at the elbows allowing your chest to lower towards the floor to a height that is comfortable for yourself. Now return to your start position by pushing down through the palms, straightening the arms. To make this exercise easier, why not start with your knees on the floor but to get in the correct position follow these steps. Start in a hands and toes position then simply bend your knees keeping your hands, toes and torso exactly how is is positioned. You should now have created a straight line running from your knees up through your back and up to your shoulders.

t-press-ups-simonandersonfitness.co.ukT-press Ups

Starting from the hands and toes position, perform one press up. Once you are back at the starting position raise one arm into the air, rotating the body as you do so creating a T position with one hand on the floor, the other pointing to the sky and a straight line from the shoulders down to the ankles. As your hand raises towards the sky turn your head so you are positioned looking up at the up pointed arm and hand. Now return to the start position, perform another press up and repeat the T position but on the other side. NOTE: As you perform the rotation into the T position, allowing the ankles to turn so the one foot lays just in front of the other as you T hold. If the hands and toes position is too much to start with, begin on your knees, rotating through the hips as you perform the T position

tricep-pressup-simonandersonfitness.co.ukTri-cep (Diamond) Press-Ups

Starting from the hands and toes (press up) stance be sure that the hands are placed at shoulder width apart and inline with your chest (for a diamond press up, simply place your hands on the floor so your index fingers and thumbs touch creating a diamond shape). Start with your arms straight, but not locked, and to perform your first tri-cep press up, bend at the elbows allowing your chest to lower towards the floor to a height that is comfortable for yourself. As your elbows bend, they should remain tight to the side of the body, touching your ribs as you lower and then press up. Once at a comfortable height, now return to your start position by pushing down through the palms, straightening the arms. To make this exercise easier, why not start with your knees on the floor but to get in the correct position follow these steps. Start in a hands and toes position then simply bend your knees keeping your hands, toes and torso exactly how is is positioned. You should now have created a straight line running from your knees up through your back and up to your shoulders.

spiderman-pressups-simonandersonfitness.co.ukSpiderman Press-Ups

Starting from the hands and toes (press up) stance be sure that the hands are placed at least 2ft apart and inline with your chest (imagine you’re in a position where you’re about to push a very heavy object). Start with your arms straight, but not locked, and to perform your first press up, bend at the elbows allowing your chest to lower towards the floor to a height that is comfortable for yourself. As you lower the torso towards the ground, bring the leg forward and up alongside the body so the knee drives up towards the elbow. Now return to your start position by pushing down through the palms, straightening the arms and returning the foot to its original position before repeating the action on the other side.

Please Note: This exercise is only for the more advanced and should only be done by those that are more than capable of performing repeated press ups on hands and toes

bodyweight-squat-simonandersonfitness.co.ukBodyweight Squats

Begin by standing with your feet shoulder width apart and toes facing out at slight angle. Bend at the knees lowering the bottom down creating up to a 90° bend at the knees so your thighs are parallel to the floor. Once down into this position, immediately return to a fully upright standing position by pushing down through the heels. Throughout this exercise it is important to keep the heels in contact with the floor, the back straight and to engage the stomach muscles. To greater enhance the core work even more, place the hands on the chest or on the head. Continue this action for the time stated.

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes

wide-leg-squat-simonandersonfitness.co.ukWide Legged Squats

Begin by standing with your feet shoulder width apart, then shuffle the feet out slightly to create a wide leg stance making sure that the toes are facing slightly out (so that when you bend your knees to perform each squat your knees follow the direction of your toes). Bend at the knees lowering the bottom down to a height that is comfortable for yourself. Once down into this position, immediately return to a fully upright standing position by pushing down through the heels. Throughout this exercise it is important to keep the heels in contact with the floor, the back straight and to engage the stomach muscles. To greater enhance the core work even more, place the hands on the chest or on the head. Continue this action for the time stated.

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes

static-squat-hold-simonandersonfitness.co.ukThe Static Squat (Squat Hold)

Standing with your feet hip width apart and the toes facing slightly out, bend at the knees lowering the bottom creating a 90° bend at the knees so your thighs are parallel to the floor, your back is straight and your chest up. Hold this position for the duration of the time stated.

You can modify this exercise with a wall squat, simply replicate a squat hold but with your bottom and shoulders in contact with a wall.

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes

pulse-squat-simonandersonfitness.co.ukPulse Squats

Start from the squat stance with your feet shoulder width apart, your heels down, back straight and your toes facing out at a slight angle. Now widen your legs slightly more, bending your knees at 90° so you are now in a low squat position. From there and pushing down through the heels, lift the bottom up approximately 8 inches before returning back to the lowered start position. Continue this for the duration of time stated and for maximum benefit of this exercise do not try to rush it, instead try counting in your head – up, 2, down 2.

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes

squat- jump-simonandersonfitness.co.ukSquat Jumps

Perform a Squat as described above, but when you reach your full squat position, you explode into an upwards jump allowing both feet to leave the floor. Throughout the jump and as you land, your feet should remain at shoulder width apart and as your feet make contact with the floor the knees should bend allowing you to get straight back into the squat position once again. With the arms, you can do 1 of 2 things, they can either remain pointing down I front of you as you perform this exercise or you can point them down towards the floor as you squat then thrust them into the air as you jumping creating a greater, if only slighter calorie burn.

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes

power-jacks-simonandersonfitness.co.ukPower Jacks

For this exercise you simply combine a Squat Jump with a Star Jump. So starting from a squat and reaching to the floor with the hands you then explode up into a jump squat but this time the arms and legs go out into a star jump position before returning so that you land with your feet shoulder width apart ready to perform the next repetition. If you find this exercise awkward or difficult to start then replace it with a Jump Squat instead

Important tip: When performing this exercise, it’s important that your knees do not reach out over your toes

Mountain-Climber-simonandersonfitness.co.ukThe Stair Climber/Mountain Climber

From a hands and toes (press up) position with your hands directly beneath the shoulders, your bum down and your stomach muscles engaged drive one knee towards the same elbow at a nice comfortable pace without the toe touching the floor, return the foot to the start position then do the exact same with the other leg. Continue this action for the time duration of time stated.

To advance to a Mountain Climber, the legs should move as fast as they can and continue at that speed for the duration time stated

cross-climber-simonandersonfitness.co.ukThe Cross Climber/Oblique Climber

This exercise is the same as the Stair/Mountain Climber, the only difference being is that as the knee comes forward it gets driven across the body towards the opposite elbow. As you do so you should have a slight rotation through the hips allowing the movement to engage the abdominal and oblique (side wall abdominal muscles).

To advance to an Oblique Climber, the legs should move as fast as they can and continue at that speed for the duration time stated

Donkey-kicks-simonandersonfitness.co.ukStair Climber Donkey Kicks

Starting from a hands and knees position with your hands directly beneath the shoulders, your bum down, back straight and your stomach muscles engaged, drive the left knee towards the same elbow without the toe touching the floor, then keeping the left leg at as near to 90 degree angle thrust the leg back as if replicating a kicking donkey. Continue to repeat this action without the left toe touching the floor before switching legs at the time stated and continuing for the time duration of time remaining.

To advance this exercise, try starting from a hands and toes position as if you were about to perform a Stair Climber

Single-Leg-Hip-Bridge-simonandersonfitness.co.ukSingle Leg Hip Bridges & Bridge Holds

To perform this exercise you must lay on your back with your feet on the floor and your knees raised at a 90 degree angle. Keeping the left foot firmly on the floor with your heel down, raise the right foot, keeping leg straight and sole of the foot facing the sky. Push down through the left heel raising the hips off the floor creating a straight line from the shoulders up to the left knee. As you reach this position pause for a second before returning the hips to the floor. Pause for a second and repeat and continue to do so for the duration of time or reps stated then switch and the the same with the right foot on the floor and the left foot in the air. Through out this exercise the heel of foot should be in contact with the floor, the raised leg should remain straight, and the arms should be positioned by each side with the palms facing up so you don’t get tempted to use the hands for extra elevation.

To switch this exercise to a hold, at the point where the hips are raised, simply hold the position for the time stated before switching to the other leg

Alternating Hip Bridges

These are the same as the Hip Bridges where you lay on your back starting with your right foot flat on the floor creating a 90 degree bend at the knee and the left foot in the air with the leg straight and the sole of the foot flat facing the sky. Raise the hips off the floor driving the left foot high, return the hood to the floor then switch sides so the right leg is straight and in the air and the left foot is flat on the floor. Whilst performing this exercise the back and head should remain on the floor, the arms by your side with the palms facing up so that you cannot use the hands for extra leverage as this should be done via the hamstrings, glutes and abdominal muscles.

single-leg-deadlift-simonandersonfitness.co.ukSingle Leg Deadlifts

Starting from a standing position with the feet hip width apart, keeping both legs straight but without locking the knees. Bend at the hip allowing the upper body to tilt forward and both hands to reach down towards the left toe, as you do so the right leg which should raise remaining straight to follow the line of the body as it lowers towards the ground. Once you have reached a depth that is comfortable for you, preferably so that the finger tips are at ankle height, raise the torso upwards, lowering the right leg at the same time returning to the fully upright standing position. Continue to perform this exercise either on the side for the reps or time stated then switch so that you now reach for the right toe whilst raising the left leg. This exercise takes a lot of balance and may take you a while to master but keep at up as you will be rewarded for your efforts

squat-thrust-simonandersonfitness.co.ukSquat Thrusts

Starting from a hands and toes position, with the hands directly below the shoulders and the feet hip width apart, drive both knees forward so they finish up tucked in underneath the chest. Return back to the start position by thrusting the feet back wards allowing you to create a straight body line from your ankles, through your hips un to your shoulders.

Inch-Worm-Caterpillar-simonandersonfitness.co.ukInch Worms aka Caterpillars

Starting from a standing position with the feet hip width apart, lean forward allowing the hands to touch the floor. Walk the hands forward keeping the feet where they are so that the bottom lowers until you are in a hand plank position. Once you reach this position hop (or walk) the feet forward so that the bottom raises and you are now positioned with your hands as close to the feet as possible.

burpee-simonandersonfitness.co.ukThe Burpee

Starting from a standing position with your feet shoulder width apart, bend the knees lowering the bottom towards the ground so that you can place both hands, palms flat on the floor. From here thrust the legs backwards so you move swiftly into the hand plank/press up stance with the hands positioned directly beneath the shoulders ensuring you create a straight-line from the shoulders down to ankles. Now hop both feet forward, ankles together so that you’re now in a low squat position (frog position) with your hands and arms between your legs. Push down through the heels exploding up into a standing position followed into a jump. Congratulations you’ve now done a Burpee, now go ahead and do another. Just remember, it’s hands down, feet out, knees in, stand up and jump 🙂 To make this exercise easier, at the low squat position step each leg out at a time backwards then forwards to substitute it from the thrusting and the hopping and to progress this exercise why not add in a press up between thrusting the feet backwards and hopping the feet forwards

broad-jump-boulder-bound-simonandersonfitness.co.ukBoulder Bound (aka Broad Jump)

Start from a standing position with the feet hip width apart. From there, bend at the knees, keeping the heels in contact with the floor and driving the bum down and out as if performing a squat. Once you reach your comfortable squat height, push down through the heels exploding into a forward leap whilst always ensuring that both the feet leave and land on the floor at the same time. Once landed, ensure you return to a fully upright position with your heels down and feet hip width apart before continuing this process for time duration or reps stated

russian-twist-simonandersonfitness.co.ukRussian Twists

For this exercise you must start from a seated position and I recommend crossing your legs at the ankle position. Now keeping your back straight, raise both feet off the floor so your upper body and legs replicates a V position with only the bottom in contact with the floor. From this position you will rotate the upper body from the waist, allowing both hands to travel over the body to both sides of your replicating the motion of you rowing a boat. To begin with you might want to keep your heals on the floor as you perform this exercise and if you cannot quite make the floor with your hands then no worries, as long as you get adequate rotation through the waist and feel the exercise working the sides of your abdominals. You can then begin to progress this exercise when it feels right for you. If you feel any lower back discomfort then check your posture and is good but the discomfort persists then stop immediately and seek an alternative exercise

Flutter-Kicks-simonandersonfitness.co.ukFlutters

For this exercise you begin by laying on your back and keeping the back in contact with the floor, raise both legs approximately 12 inches from the floor with the ankles together. To perform a flutter raise 1 leg by 6 inches, lowering the other leg at the same time by 6 inches. Continue this up and down motion for the duration time or repetitions stated. You can perform this exercise with your head up or in contact with the floor but please note, if the head is off the floor and you experience discomfort though the neck please return it to a floor position. You can as well place a hand under each bottom cheek raising the bum from the floor.

Please Note: if you feel any persistent discomfort in the lower back then please check your posture, as well as  both hand and head positions, and if the feeling does not go then please stop and find and alternative exercise. I recommend Stair/Mountain Climbers

cross-over-kicks-flutters-simonandersonfitness.co.ukCross Kick Flutters

For this exercise you begin by laying on your back keeping the back into contact with the floor, raise both legs approximately 6-10 inches from the floor with the ankles together. To perform a Cross Kick Flutter, open both legs as wide as you feel comfortable, then close them so that the ankles cross over one another all the time keeping the feet approx 6-10 inches from the floor. Once the legs have opened and crossed you have performed 1 Cross Kick Flutter. Continue this action for the duration of time or repetitions stated. You can as well place a hand under each bottom cheek raising the bum from the floor.

Please Note: You can perform this exercise with your head up or in contact with the floor but, if the head is off the floor and you experience discomfort though the neck  then please return it to a floor position. Also, if you feel any persistent discomfort in the lower back please check your posture as well as hand and head positions, if the feeling does not go then please stop and find and alternative exercise. I recommend Cross/Cross Mountain Climbers

get-ups-simonandersonfitness.co.ukGet Ups

Starting from a standing position with your feet hip width apart, your aim is to get from the standing position to laying flat on your back before returning to a standing position using any means necessary. A great starting technique is to go from standing to a kneeling position, from kneeling to sat then finally to a flat back position. To get back up, simply go from laying to seated, then tuck one leg under the other so you can easily get into a kneeling position before pushing down through the front heel up to a standing position

For the more advanced, this exercise can and should be completed without using the hands by using the momentum of the body to explode up from a laying position up through into a seated position and finally up to standing

knee-highs-simonandersonfitness.co.ukKnee Highs

To perform this exercise, start from a standing position with your feet hip width apart. Drive one knee up until it reaches waist height then return to the start position. Then repeat this action with the other leg at a speed that’s comfortable for yourself. Throughout the exercise keep the chest up, back straight and the stomach muscles engaged and pulled in towards the spine. Be sure to work the arms as you work your legs to ensure you achieve the full cardio benefit.

Important Tip: as you perform this exercise it is essential that both knees remain in line with the hip and the ankle and that

Interval Sprints

Interval sprints are a fantastic way in which to increase fat burning. Simply pick a point in which to start and a point in which to end and cover that distance as fast as possible. Once at the finishing point, walk gently back to the start point allowing the heart rate to lower then go again and continue this for 10-20 minutes completing as many sprints as possible.

To further increase the rate of fat burn why not try adding in some hill or stair sprints

So there you go

A pretty comprehensive list of exercises that you can do almost anywhere, that cost absolutely nothing but can help you achieve some seriously amazing body transformation results

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