Scott Iardella is a strength training coach, former physical therapist, athlete, author of The Edge of Strength and Host of The Rdella Training Podcast.
Recent episodes featuring Scott Iardella
3 Ways To Improve Your Kettlebell Swing
Episode of
Rdella Training : The Strength & Performance Podcast
(#287) In this episode, you'll get 3 key tips to immediately improve your kettlebell swing. I wanted to give you some specific, actionable training advice - no matter where you are in your training. While the hardstyle - or Russian - kettlebell swing seems like an easy exercise, there are always ways we can continuously refine our technique to get maximum benefit. You'll get 3 simple things you can walk away with after listening and go and implement in your kettlebell training - today. Our proud podcast partner is Momentous.  Momentous is my #1 recommended protein that is available on the market today. This protein source is the highest-quality, it tastes amazing, and it's well-tolerated. Don't settle for sub-standard protein supplements. Momentous is simply outstanding. Available in whey or plant-based varieties. Check out LiveMomentous.com/Rdella and use the code "RDELLA20" to save $20 off your first order. I've been using the "Absolute Zero Grass-Fed Whey" blend and also the Plant-Based blend, as well. With Momentous, you have different protein source options and great varieties to choose from. I typically mix Momentous with frozen organic strawberries and a 50/50 blend of unsweetened almond/coconut milk and it is FANTASTIC! [jbox color="grey" radius ="2"] The Momentous Minute with Tim Caron Today's Momentous Minute is with Tim Caron, the owner of Allegiate Gym and performance engineer at Momentous, the sports nutrition company on a mission to clean up the supplement industry. Today's question is around plant-based versus whey-based proteins and the big question is when should you use a plant-based protein versus a whey-based protein? Tim Caron: More people than you realize actually have an intolerance or an allergy towards whey protein. Whey is a very fast digesting protein, so when you're looking at something that quickly digests, you may potentially have some adverse reactions. Signs and symptoms including distended gut, some skin irritation, inflamed joints, potentially loose stools, excessive flatulence, acute nausea. These might be all indications that you're not tolerating your whey protein as well as you should. Now, we need to supplement something in terms of getting increased protein levels, so a plant-based protein, usually kind of a combination of rice, hemp, and pea from really high quality sources, organic, and things that actually blend to make a complete protein. Plant based protein might be a really good alternative that doesn't have as much digestive issues as a whey protein. [/jbox] Get value from the podcast? Then, please take a minute to review the show. It’s fast and easy to do. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON STITCHER NOW AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY!!! LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON GOOGLE PLAY LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON OVERCAST The Rdella Training® Podcast provides valuable training information and amazing interviews with many “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. Make sure to subscribe to the show in your favorite podcast platform. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to helping athletes and fitness enthusiasts consistently evolve, grow, and become the strongest and best version of themselves. We teach intelligent training and lifestyle for serious fitness enthusiasts and dedicated lifters all over the world. As mentioned on the show, Mike Boyle's Functional Strength Coach 7 just came out. This is the current online training that I'm going through now myself and I highly recommend it. Check it out below to see if it's something that can help you out: FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH COACH 7 SHOW NOTES AND LINKS: Russian Swings vs American Swings Find Tim Caron at Allegiate Gym The Top 10 Podcasts on Rdella Training LiveMomentous.com/Rdella Use code "RDELLA20" to save $20 OFF your first order. DID YOU GET YOUR MOBILITY FIX? [jbox color="red" radius ="2"]Follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high-value training tips, tutorials and education.[/jbox] [jbox color="yellow" radius ="2"]Community page: RdellaTraining.com/ask.[/jbox] Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter or anywhere you’d like. [jbox color="blue" radius ="2"]Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS, CISSN, SFG-TL, USAW, CACWC Scott's background as a strength coach, athlete, and former clinician are the basis for his one-of-a-kind approach to teaching strength, human movement, and peak performance. Scott is dedicated to helping serious fitness enthusiasts, athletes, and lifters all over the world, regardless of age, background, or training experience, become the best version of themselves through improved strength and skill development for a lifetime of health, happiness, and high-performance. Scott is the passionate host of The Rdella Training Podcast, a leading weekly fitness podcast in Apple Podcasts where he interviews the most brilliant minds in the industry. Finally, he is the author of The Edge of Strength, available in Amazon. To learn more about Scott, please visit our About Page. Get stronger, perform better, and evolve into the athlete you were meant to be.[/jbox]
A Balanced Life is a Lie
Episode of
Rdella Training : The Strength & Performance Podcast
(#286) Training, work, family, projects. Is there such a thing as a balanced life? In this week's session, I had a great question from our community member Anthony who wanted me to open up about how I train and achieve work-life balance. Here's the truth, life balance (or work-life balance) is a myth. There's no such thing. But this is actually good when you understand how it works and how it actually makes your life better. This was something I discovered years ago and now I'm sharing this with you. I'll tell you the secrets to how I've sustained my excitement and passion for training for decades and how I manage this through life's challenges and stresses. [click_to_tweet tweet="To achieve an extraordinary result - you must choose what matters most and give it the time it demands. This requires getting extremely out of balance at times. " quote="To achieve an extraordinary result - you must choose what matters most and give it the time it demands. This requires getting extremely out of balance at times. " theme="style5"] Our proud podcast partner is Momentous.  Momentous is my #1 recommended protein that is available on the market today. This protein source is the highest-quality, it tastes amazing, and it's well-tolerated. Don't settle for sub-standard protein supplements. Momentous is simply outstanding. Available in whey or plant-based varieties. Check out LiveMomentous.com/Rdella and use the code "RDELLA20" to save $20 off your first order. I've been using the "Absolute Zero Grass-Fed Whey" blend and also the Plant-Based blend, as well. With Momentous, you have different protein source options and great varieties to choose from. I typically mix Momentous with frozen organic strawberries and a 50/50 blend of unsweetened almond/coconut milk and it is FANTASTIC! [jbox color="grey" radius ="2"] The Momentous Minute with Tim Caron Today's Momentous Minute is with Tim Caron, the owner of Allegiate Gym and performance engineer at Momentous, the sports nutrition company on a mission to clean up the supplement industry. Today's question is can you explain the different whey sources on the market? For example, isolate, concentrate, hydrolysate, can you explain what they mean and how they're different? Tim Caron: Isolate is a whey protein extracting out all the fat and just leaving the form of protein in terms of whey. Hydrolysate is basically an isolate that goes through a heating process, breaks down the peptides in to more individual amino acids and removes excess amounts of casein and sugar, specifically lactose. In the case of whey, they bio-availability and the rapid absorption is really, really important, which makes a big difference in terms of post-workout amino acid pool. We want to have one that's a little more broken down. The caveat to that is having an ability to digest whey and if it is really quick digesting and you have digestive issues, you're going to have a hard time with a very fast breaking down whey protein, like a hydrolysate. So, altering that potentially with a plant-based protein might be something you need to look into based off your ability to digest these really quick digesting proteins. [/jbox] Get value from the podcast? Then, please take a minute to review the show. It’s fast and easy to do. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON STITCHER NOW AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY!!! LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON GOOGLE PLAY LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON OVERCAST The Rdella Training® Podcast provides valuable training information and amazing interviews with many “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. Make sure to subscribe to the show in your favorite podcast platform. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to helping athletes and fitness enthusiasts consistently evolve, grow, and become the strongest and best version of themselves. We teach intelligent training and lifestyle for serious fitness enthusiasts and dedicated lifters all over the world. [click_to_tweet tweet="When you prioritize one thing, you de-prioritize something else. -Rdella Training" quote="When you prioritize one thing, you de-prioritize something else. -Rdella Training" theme="style5"] SHOW NOTES AND LINKS: The One Thing by Gary Keller Momentous BLOG Page Find Tim Caron at Allegiate Gym The Top 10 Podcasts on Rdella Training LiveMomentous.com/Rdella Use code "RDELLA20" to save $20 OFF your first order. DID YOU GET YOUR MOBILITY FIX? [jbox color="red" radius ="2"]Follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high-value training tips, tutorials and education.[/jbox] [jbox color="yellow" radius ="2"]Community page: RdellaTraining.com/ask.[/jbox] Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter or anywhere you’d like. [jbox color="blue" radius ="2"]Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS, CISSN, SFG-TL, USAW, CACWC Scott's background as a strength coach, athlete, and former clinician are the basis for his one-of-a-kind approach to teaching strength, human movement, and peak performance. Scott is dedicated to helping serious fitness enthusiasts, athletes, and lifters all over the world, regardless of age, background, or training experience, become the best version of themselves through improved strength and skill development for a lifetime of health, happiness, and high-performance. Scott is the passionate host of The Rdella Training Podcast, a leading weekly fitness podcast in Apple Podcasts where he interviews the most brilliant minds in the industry. Finally, he is the author of The Edge of Strength, available in Amazon and currently working on his follow-up book. To learn more about Scott, please visit our About Page. Get stronger, perform better, and evolve into the athlete you were meant to be.[/jbox]
Matt Wan - The Bold Vision To Disrupt Sports Nutrition
Episode of
Rdella Training : The Strength & Performance Podcast
(#285) Matt Wan, the dynamic CEO and Founder of Momentous, joins the show this week. Matt shares his story about getting started in training and what he learned at a very young age about the importance of nutrition. His story is what ultimately drove him to "make a difference" and do something bold to disrupt the sports nutrition industry. Here's what you'll learn this week: Why we should care about Matt's passions in fitness The #1 thing Matt learned when he started training Why Matt wanted to enter the highly competitive sports nutrition industry The shocking truth about the products that professional athletes use The product brand Matt uses himself (outside of Momentous) Why premium products come at a cost How a consumer can determine if a product is high-quality? An overview of "standards and label certifications" - what do they mean? The "performance car" analogy (and what it means in choosing supplements) What we should know about pricing - why you get what you pay for How to know if a protein supplement is "high quality" Why it's important to get a "one source" protein The difference between the 3 whey-based proteins at Momentous How Momentous was able to make such a great tasting product "Real world" experience and feedback from athletes and dietitians The importance of prohydrolase What Matt's "go to" protein shake consists of... Some very interesting facts about organic plant-based proteins The "why" behind all the key ingredients to make a high-quality protein His bold vision about the next few years A specific actionable takeaway after hearing our interview... Our proud podcast partner is Momentous.  Momentous is my #1 recommended protein that is available on the market today. This protein source is the highest-quality, it tastes amazing, and it's well-tolerated. Don't settle for sub-standard protein supplements. Momentous is simply outstanding. Available in whey or plant-based varieties. Check out LiveMomentous.com/Rdella and use the code "RDELLA20" to save $20 off your first order. I've been using the "Absolute Zero Grass-Fed Whey" blend and also the Plant-Based blend, as well. With Momentous, you have different protein source options and great varieties to choose from. I typically mix Momentous with frozen organic strawberries and a 50/50 blend of unsweetened almond/coconut milk and it is FANTASTIC! [jbox color="grey" radius ="2"] The Momentous Minute with Tim Caron Today's Momentous Minute is with Tim Caron, the owner of Allegiate Gym and performance engineer at Momentous, the sports nutrition company on a mission to clean up the supplement industry. Today's question is how much protein can be consumed and utilized by the body at one time and what can alter protein consumption? Tim Caron: It depends a lot on your ability to digest proteins and your overall body mass. More muscle mass usually leads to more overall calories or individual macronutrients, in general, in specific to protein. So, when we take protein in abundance, this has a high satiety level and satiety means that we're going to get filled really fast. It's really difficult to determine an exact amount, but typically the bigger you are and the better you digest proteins, the more you can do that, which leads to the quality of the protein. You don't need as much when you have a higher quality of protein relative to eating a lower quality of protein mixed with some other things that might affect your actual satiety levels - like high sugar, maybe really processed foods, savory, salty foods. Getting higher quality protein, in conjunction with higher quality foods, helps your ability to digest and assimilate proteins at a higher level. [/jbox] Get value from the podcast? Then, please take a minute to review the show. It’s fast and easy to do. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON STITCHER NOW AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY!!! LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON GOOGLE PLAY LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON OVERCAST The Rdella Training® Podcast is published each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with many “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to helping athletes and fitness enthusiasts consistently evolve, grow, and become the strongest and best version of themselves. We teach intelligent training and lifestyle for serious fitness enthusiasts and dedicated lifters all over the world. SHOW NOTES AND LINKS: Matt Wan on Instagram Momentous BLOG Page Designs For Health Momentous Protein Recipe Example FREE SOLO - Movie Trailer Find Tim Caron at Allegiate Gym The Top 10 Podcasts on Rdella Training LiveMomentous.com/Rdella Use code "RDELLA20" to save $20 OFF your first order. DID YOU GET YOUR MOBILITY FIX? [jbox color="red" radius ="2"]Follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high-value training tips, tutorials and education.[/jbox] [jbox color="yellow" radius ="2"]Community page: RdellaTraining.com/ask.[/jbox] Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter or anywhere you’d like. [jbox color="blue" radius ="2"]Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS, CISSN, SFG-TL, USAW, CACWC Scott's background as a strength coach, athlete, and former clinician are the basis for his one-of-a-kind approach to teaching strength, human movement, and peak performance. Scott is dedicated to helping serious fitness enthusiasts, athletes, and lifters all over the world, regardless of age, background, or training experience, become the best version of themselves through improved strength and skill development for a lifetime of health, happiness, and high-performance. Scott is the passionate host of The Rdella Training Podcast, a leading weekly fitness podcast in Apple Podcasts where he interviews the most brilliant minds in the industry. Finally, he is the author of The Edge of Strength, available in Amazon and currently working on his follow-up book. To learn more about Scott, please visit our About Page. Get stronger, perform better, and evolve into the athlete you were meant to be.[/jbox]
How To Overcome Injuries (And Return To Pain-Free Performance)
Episode of
Rdella Training : The Strength & Performance Podcast
(#284) In this week's episode, I discuss overcoming (minor) injuries to get back to pain-free performance. There is almost nothing as frustrating as dealing with nagging injuries and trying to train, right? You'll learn about the 4 stages of overcoming injuries and the key things I've learned and experienced through decades of training. This simple framework is important to understand to get back to full training, as quickly as possible. Here's a few things you'll hear about this week: The 5 keys we need to consider when dealing with a minor injury The 4 main stages of overcoming injury (what to avoid and where we want to "live") How to approach your training IF you have an injury How to get back to pain-free performance as quickly as possible Key factors to consider for preventing future injuries And, many more key insights.... [click_to_tweet tweet="We cannot train 'all out,' all the time. -Scott Iardella" quote="We cannot train 'all out,' all the time. -Scott Iardella" theme="style5"] Our proud podcast partner is Momentous.  Momentous is my #1 recommended protein that is available on the market today. This protein source is the highest-quality, it tastes amazing, and it's well-tolerated. Don't settle for sub-standard protein supplements. Momentous is simply outstanding. Available in whey or plant-based varieties. Check out LiveMomentous.com/Rdella and use the code "RDELLA20" to save $20 off your first order. I've been using the "Absolute Zero Grass-Fed Whey" blend and also the Plant-Based blend, as well. With Momentous, you have different protein source options and great varieties to choose from. I typically mix Momentous with frozen organic strawberries and a 50/50 blend of unsweetened almond/coconut milk and it is FANTASTIC! [jbox color="grey" radius ="2"] The Momentous Minute with Tim Caron Today's Momentous Minute is with Tim Caron, the owner of Allegiate Gym and performance engineer at Momentous, the sports nutrition company on a mission to clean up the supplement industry. Today's question is when does it make sense to use a branched-chain amino acid (BCAA) product? What does the research say about this? Tim Caron: BCAA's, in regards to what's actually in them, is a combination of leucine, isoleucine, and valine. Reasons why we want to have those three individually is largely due to getting leucine in our body. Leucine's an amino acid that's used during training, but it also stimulates the protein synthesis pathways. Now, in terms of what research is saying, a lot of it's actually leaning towards more essential amino acids and having amino acids that your body's not capable of producing kind of covers a lot more bases. If we're looking at getting our leucine levels to stimulate one energy production during training, as well as protein synthesis, having a lot more coverage in terms of all the essential amino acids is definitely where research is leaning towards and showing more promise. BCAA's still hold weight and can still be effective, just more research is leaning towards using essential amino acids. [/jbox] Get value from the podcast? Then, please take a minute to review the show. It’s fast and easy to do. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON STITCHER NOW AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY!!! LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON GOOGLE PLAY LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON OVERCAST The Rdella Training® Podcast is published each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with many “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to helping athletes and fitness enthusiasts consistently evolve, grow, and become the strongest and best version of themselves. We teach intelligent training and lifestyle for serious fitness enthusiasts and dedicated lifters all over the world. SHOW NOTES AND LINKS: The Back Story EPISODE #93 Overcoming Tendonitis by Steven Low Find Tim Caron at Allegiate Gym The Top 10 Podcasts on Rdella Training LiveMomentous.com/Rdella Use code "RDELLA20" to save $20 OFF your first order. DID YOU GET YOUR MOBILITY FIX? [jbox color="red" radius ="2"]Follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high-value training tips, tutorials and education.[/jbox] [jbox color="yellow" radius ="2"]Community page: RdellaTraining.com/ask.[/jbox] Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter or anywhere you’d like. [jbox color="blue" radius ="2"]Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS, CISSN, SFG-TL, USAW, CACWC Scott's background as a strength coach, athlete, and former clinician are the basis for his one-of-a-kind approach to teaching strength, human movement, and peak performance. Scott is dedicated to helping serious fitness enthusiasts, athletes, and lifters all over the world, regardless of age, background, or training experience, become the best version of themselves through improved strength and skill development for a lifetime of health, happiness, and high-performance. Scott is the passionate host of The Rdella Training Podcast, a leading weekly fitness podcast in Apple Podcasts where he interviews the most brilliant minds in the industry. Finally, he is the author of The Edge of Strength, available in Amazon and currently working on his follow-up book. To learn more about Scott, please visit our About Page. Get stronger, perform better, and evolve into the athlete you were meant to be.[/jbox]
The Workshop That Changed My Life (The Domino Effect)
Episode of
Rdella Training : The Strength & Performance Podcast
(#283) In this week's episode, I'll share the story about the fitness workshop that literally changed my life. By making a simple decision to sign up for a one-day kettlebell training workshop, little did I know that it would change my life and lead me down an entirely new path over the last 10 years. This one experience was the "big domino" that changed everything. I'll tell you the story and the 5 major lessons I look away from that experience. And, my hope is that you come away from this episode knowing what your next step is. Here's a few things you'll hear about this week: Why a "live" training event can be transformational for you My major "aha" moments during the workshop experience What shocked me the most about attending this event How that experience started the "domino effect" for the last 10 years The most valuable lesson I learned about myself after it was over... [click_to_tweet tweet="Your best days are not behind you. You can always become a better version of yourself. -Scott Iardella" quote="Your best days are not behind you. You can always become a better version of yourself. -Scott Iardella" theme="style4"] Our proud podcast partner is Momentous.  Momentous is my #1 recommended protein that is available on the market today. This protein source is the highest-quality, it tastes amazing, and it's well-tolerated. Don't settle for sub-standard protein supplements. Momentous is simply outstanding. Available in whey or plant-based varieties. Check out LiveMomentous.com/Rdella and use the code "RDELLA20" to save $20 off your first order. I've been using the "Absolute Zero Grass-Fed Whey" blend and also the Plant-Based blend, as well. With Momentous, you have different protein source options and great varieties to choose from. I typically mix Momentous with frozen organic strawberries and a 50/50 blend of unsweetened almond/coconut milk and it is FANTASTIC! [jbox color="grey" radius ="2"] The Momentous Minute with Tim Caron Today's Momentous Minute is with Tim Caron, the owner of Allegiate Gym and performance engineer at Momentous, the sports nutrition company on a mission to clean up the supplement industry. Now, we've talked about the NSF certification before and the question today is when it comes to supplements, when do we need to look at with this certification (the NSF certification)? Tim Caron: If you're an athlete you should always be conscientious of what you're putting in your body. If you're someone who's competing you should always have a high standard in what you put in your body. In general, if you're investing in supplements you should always have the highest possible standard of what you're putting in your body, that makes a huge difference. And, when you're really evaluating your process of training and nutrition and supplements opting for the highest quality caliber of things to do and having a third party (NSF is the most widely respected independent certification organization today) that that actually can comes in and help you make that decision. It makes that process just a little bit easier, as well as a little clearer, on what you need to do. [/jbox] Get value from the podcast? Then, please take a minute to review the show. It’s fast and easy to do. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON STITCHER NOW AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY!!! LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON GOOGLE PLAY LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE ON OVERCAST The Rdella Training® Podcast is published each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with many “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to helping athletes and fitness enthusiasts consistently evolve, grow, and become the strongest and best version of themselves. We teach intelligent training and lifestyle for serious fitness enthusiasts and dedicated lifters all over the world. SHOW NOTES AND LINKS: Mastery by George Leonard Find Tim Caron at Allegiate Gym The Top 10 Podcasts on Rdella Training LiveMomentous.com/Rdella Use code "RDELLA20" to save $20 OFF your first order. DID YOU GET YOUR MOBILITY FIX? [jbox color="red" radius ="2"]Follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high-value training tips, tutorials and education.[/jbox] [jbox color="yellow" radius ="2"]Community page: RdellaTraining.com/ask.[/jbox] Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter or anywhere you’d like. [jbox color="blue" radius ="2"]Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS, CISSN, SFG-TL, USAW, CACWC Scott's background as a strength coach, athlete, and former clinician are the basis for his one-of-a-kind approach to teaching strength, human movement, and peak performance. Scott is dedicated to helping serious fitness enthusiasts, athletes, and lifters all over the world, regardless of age, background, or training experience, become the best version of themselves through improved strength and skill development for a lifetime of health, happiness, and high-performance. Scott is the passionate host of The Rdella Training Podcast, a leading weekly fitness podcast in Apple Podcasts where he interviews the most brilliant minds in the industry. Finally, he is the author of The Edge of Strength, available in Amazon and currently working on his follow-up book. To learn more about Scott, please visit our About Page. Get stronger, perform better, and evolve into the athlete you were meant to be.[/jbox]
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Parkland, FL, USA
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223
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8
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6 days, 3 hours