ATTENTION: If your kettlebell is currently a doorstop or collecting lint in the basement next to your dryer, you’ll want to read this article to learn how to get that thing moving again so you can start losing fat again in only 15 minutes a day…
 

“Is Your Smart Phone The Key To You Finally Losing Fat… AND Keeping It Off Forever?”

Buried research has shown that using your smart phone and your kettlebell could very well be the secret you've been looking for all this time to hack off your unwanted body fat.

 

From the Desk of Geoff Neupert, CSCS
Overlooking Pike's Peak, Colorado, USA

 

Do you have a smart phone like an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy? Or a tablet like the iPad?

smart-phoneIf so, you could very well hold the the key to finally losing fat from your kettlebell workouts.

I’ll explain how in just a minute.

First, I ran across some shocking scientific research that proves that this phone could very well hold the key to lasting and permanent fat loss and I want to share what   I discovered with you.

More on that in a minute.

I want to get your opinion on some of the latest market research regarding workouts. I want to see if you agree with it.

So here’s what I need your opinion on - and tell me if this is true for you -

According to what I find on the ol’ interwebz, which of course we all know is true, the #1 reason that people don’t get results from their workouts, kettlebell or otherwise, is that they don’t do them.

Makes sense so far, right?

Would you agree?

Now here’s the thing -

And according to my own very scientific research, which consisted internet research and more importantly, asking my very busy wife, the number one reason people give for not doing their workouts is -

“I Don’t Have Time.”

Have you ever felt that way?

I know I have.

And quite frankly, you may be feeling that way this very minute.

You know what my wife said after she said, “I don’t have time…”

“I have cleaning to do. Kids to raise. I have to…”

And then she went on to list about another 10 things that were on the top of her mind.

Can you relate?

Quite honestly, having known my wife for over 20 years, here’s what I heard:

“I Feel Overwhelmed.

You ever feel that way?

Overwhelmed?

And you know what most people do when they feel overwhelmed?

NOTHING.

In other words, they do nothing. You shut down.

They get anxious. Or depressed. Or some weird combination of the two.

And worse.

What kind of worse?

You find yourself doing things that you think will make you feel better in the short run, like drinking, or eating “comfort” food.

And as a result, all your dreams and goals slip further and further away.

It’s been a week, a month, months, a year since you last worked out.

And for some strange reason, your pants have gotten tighter.

You know what I'm talking about?

Has that ever happened to you?

If so, I have GREAT news for you.

Let’s get back to that shocking scientific research I told you I discovered.

So I hope you’re sitting down, because this might shock you. At least they shocked me.

In a 2010 study published in the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)1, Dr. Arlene Hankinson, et al, compiled the data from a 20 YEAR STUDY they ran on weight loss and weight maintenance.

Here was the conclusion of the study:
 

“Maintaining high activity levels through young adulthood may lessen weight gain as young adults transition to middle age, particularly in women.”


The take home?

If You Want To Keep The Fat Off, Exercise Daily - Or More Days Than Not.

Wait…

What?

“I thought it was more about diet…?” I hear you saying.

Yeah, me too.

A Time Magazine article2 on the findings of this JAMA research, quoted Dr. Tim Church, director of preventive medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center, saying -
 

"To me, it's crystal clear that weight is about diet and about physical exercise. The relative percentage of each is something we will debate until the end of time, but -

“it’s nave to throw either physical activity or diet out the window, and this study is strong evidence for keeping physical activity in the discussion.” (emphasis mine)


And isn’t that what we see going on all the time - the argument about which is more important percentage-wise - diet or exercise?

Yet one thing is certain according to this 20 year research study:

Take The Exercise Out And You’ll Get Fat.

Am I saying that you shouldn’t diet - or eat healthy to lose fat?

No.

That’s not what I’m saying.

In an IDEAL WORLD, I agree with Dr. Church - we’d be naive to do so.

However, we don’t live in an ideal world, do we?

We’re both adult enough to know that if you eat junk food all the time, you’re going to blow up like a balloon, right?

There’s just no way around that.

Stay with me though -

I want to show you more research that will give you hope and help you blow the dust off your kettlebells.

The National Weight Control Registry (NWCR)3, established in 1994, has collected research and over the last 20+ years and found that there are 6 self-reported criteria that people use in order to not only lose fat, but keep it off.

Here they are in reverse order:

Number 6. Catching “slips” before they turn into larger regains.

Number 5. Maintaining a consistent eating pattern

Number 4. Self-monitoring weight on a regular basis

Number 3. Eating breakfast

Number 2. Eating a diet that is low in calories and fat

And yes, I realize that some of what the NCWR is presenting is at odds with some of the nutritional strategies I recommend.

The point is, I wanted you to see that people who monitor what they eat are successful in losing fat, re-enforcing Dr. Church’s point about “dieting” being still a necessary method for weight control.

I’m showing you this information so you know I’m not one of those guys who “cherry-picks” the research to support his claims.

Cool so far?

Ok, we still have the #1 self-reported criteria from people who are successful in losing fat and keeping it off.

Here it is:

“Engaging in high levels of physical activity.”


Wait -

In case you’re get freaked out -

76% of the NWCR’s participants reported that as being walking3. And represented approximately 1 hour per day of activity.

Now I’m not suggesting you walk for an hour. Or even half an hour.

Why not?

You Have A Kettlebell!

And a kettlebell is arguably, hands-down, the most time-efficent training tool on the planet.

Look, walking, which was used by most of the NWCR’s participants - even brisk walking, at 3.0 miles per hour, only burns 156 calories in an hour, or 2.6 calories per minute.

Plus, there’s ZERO additional post-workout calorie burn.

And that means when you’re done walking at a brisk pace and return to your normal pace, and go back to your office or wherever, you stop burning calories at an accelerated rate.

By contrast, research done at the University of Wisconsin in 20104, showed that a hard 20-minute KB workout can burn over 1200 calories per hour, or 20.2 calories per minute.

Which would you rather burn - 2.6 calories per minute or 20.2 calories per minute?

PLUS - there’s the whole post-workout calorie burning thing going on.

Depending on the effort level of your workout, according to research done in 19975, you can burn an extra 20% more calories post workout, for the next 38 hours.

Now, imagine this - you swing your kettlebell for a short, 15-minute workout, you work up a good sweat, you’re huffing and puffing. You finish, and you feel great, not just because you worked out, but because you were able to “check the box” on your “to do list” - and get rid of the guilt you’d been feeling from not working out.

PLUS -

You have a deep-down confidence from knowing your workout will force your body to burn calories long after it’s over - while you’re sitting in a meeting, or driving the kids to soccer, or whatever it is you’re doing.

A challenging, 15-minute workout and you’re not only burning calories during your workout, but later today, tomorrow, and into the next day.

That’s a nice little return on investment, isn’t it?

And that means -

A Steady “Diet” Of Short, Relatively Intense Kettlebell Workouts On A Near Daily Basis Appears To Be Just What The Doctor Ordered.

However -

This begs another question that may be lingering in the back of your head.

How do you conquer that feeling of overwhelm - that “I don’t have time” feeling?

To do that, we need to look at another study.

CJ Metzger, et al, published a study6 in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics on weight loss and weight loss management for women.

Two of the key factors for success by study participants were:

1. Regular exercise facilitates weight loss maintenance. Lack of exercise is a key barrier to successfully maintaining any weight lost.

2. A high level of accountability and support is necessary both for weight loss and weight loss maintenance. And external accountability is the preferred method of support during both weight loss and weight loss maintenance.

Again, regular exercise is key (thank God for the handy-dandy kettlebell).

And a high level social support, in the form of external accountability is the preferred method of support for weight loss.

The Key To Overcoming That Overwhelmed Feeling Is ACCOUNTABILITY.

… Knowing that you don’t have to and are not going it alone.

It’s why I had personal training clients for 12 years.

They knew they needed the accountability.

(And the expert fat loss programming of course.)

And it’s why all of my long-term clients could measure a net decrease in their bodyweight over the length of time we trained together - like Elliot, who went from right around 300 pounds to 240 pounds.

Or his wife Connie, who although hovered in the 100-110 range, dropped body fat, and increased her muscle mass, total body strength, conditioning levels, and stopped her osteopenia dead in its tracks.

(Interesting study right there - Connie has a twin sister. Her twin sister routinely failed to exercise or hold herself accountable. As a result, her twin was 10 to 15 pounds heavier than Connie and her osteopenia turned into osteoporosis.)

Or Marc, who came to me with high blood pressure at about 240 pounds, and got down to about 190-195 pounds and stayed there. And even held himself accountable during a mid-life crisis, training with me 3 days a week, while his wife was hospitalized in a short-term care facility.

The 2 Keys To Consistent Fat Loss And Long Term Weight Control…

According to the research, the 2 KEYS to consistent weight / fat loss and long term weight control are near daily exercise and accountability.

Of course, this may beg a question -

How do you fit in a one-hour long workout each day when you already don’t have time and you’re feeling overwhelmed?


I mean, c’mon… Just the thought of it produces a certain level of anxiety…

YOU DON’T.

That’s one of the beauties of kettlebell training.

You don’t need LONG workouts.

In fact, as I mentioned earlier, with the right kind of short kettlebell workouts, you can burn massive amounts of calories both during your workout… AND after.

And that means you’ll be burning calories long after your workouts are over.

You don’t have to, nor should you do hour long workouts.

In fact, you don’t even have to follow the growing trend of doing the shorter 30 minute workouts.

Cause let’s face it, it’s hard to find 30 minutes in an already tight schedule, isn’t it?

That’s why -
 

Your Smart Phone Is Your Secret Weapon To Getting Rid Of That Stubborn Fat And Keeping It Off Forever.

Before I tell you how, here’s another question for you:

Do you have the ability to check your email on your smart phone (or tablet)?

If so, great!

You’re going to like what I show you next.

See, I’ve found the “cure” for that overwhelmed feeling you have constantly gnawing at you and away to get rid of that guilt once and for all you have about not doing your workouts.

And it’s a cure that incorporates near daily short kettlebell workouts AND accountability.

It’s called -

“Kettlebell W.O.D”

… Or “Kettlebell Workout of the Day.”

Five days a week, Monday through Friday, I’m going to send directly to your inbox a short, 15 minute, professionally designed fat-burning kettlebell workout.

You simply open your email, spend 30 seconds reading over your workout (and honestly, I’d be surprised it took you that long)…

Then you take your phone or tablet over to where you keep your kettlebell or kettlebells, put it down on the floor next to you…

Then do your workout.

It’s THAT easy.

And when you’re done with your short, 15 minute workout, you feel great because you know that you’re doing something good for yourself, getting your workout in, and taking one step closer to getting back to where you want to be - in complete control of your life.

There are no PDF files to open and try to download and save to your computer desktop.

And there’s nothing to print out.

Just one short, simple email to open and read, containing one workout to do TODAY.

That’s it.

And if you decide to workout in the morning, you can head off to work or wherever with a spring in your step, knowing that you’ve done something empowering for yourself.

If you workout in the evening after work, you can lay your head down on your pillow at night with one less thing on your conscience, knowing that science has proven that daily exercise helps you sleep better at night.

And that’s really it.

There’s no membership site you have to belong to. You don’t necessarily want to feel the pressure of having to contribute to yet another community. You’re busy enough with the extra work you have to do, or the kids and their activities.

No countless hours of exercise technique videos you have to study. Let’s admit it, as great as they are, you just don’t have time for that right now in your life. Plus, you already know your way around the basic kettlebell exercises - the swing, get up, goblet squat, clean, press and snatch.

And as much as you’d like some “expert coaching” - you’re not sure where you’d fit that in - it’d be one more thing to add to the list - and yours is long enough as it is.

Sure, all those things are awesome - and they’re great for people who have the time to use them. But like we said, you don’t have it so they’re not helpful to you right now.

However -

The idea of opening ONE email, every day, spending a whole 30 seconds to read your workout, and then only spend 15 minutes doing it?

THAT Seems Manageable.

Of course, as good as this might sound, you may be thinking -

“Wait Geoff, you don’t get it… I don’t even have 15 minutes a day right now. How am I supposed to fit these workouts in to my already too full schedule? Just thinking about it is making me feel even more overwhelmed.”

I know exactly how you feel.

Somedays, believe it or not, I feel the same way. After all, I’m going to school full-time - 6 hours a day, 5 days a week. I have my online clients to manage, I have two other businesses to run, and on top of that, I have two little kids - a 4 year old and a 2 year old.

Yet here’s what I found - sometimes I engage in what I deem as “stress-relieving” behavior which actually takes me further away from my goals.

Here’s what I mean -

At a recent business conference I attended, one of the presenters was talking about how Facebook collects data on its users. It found that the average US Facebook user spends 40 minutes per day looking at Facebook! (And half of that is through their mobile device.)

That’s average!

Here’s my secret that I’m almost ashamed to admit -

After the kids and my wife have gone to bed, I’ll get on Facebook to check my private community pages for my customers.

What should take 10 to 15 minutes turns out to be between 30 and 60 minutes on some days just checking the news feed or clicking on ads.

Then, I feel guilty because that was time I could’ve spent actually working on other important projects that needed to get done instead of surfing.

The result?

I feel MORE pressure, not less.

Does that sound remotely familiar?

So, if you’re an average Facebook user, just spending 20 minutes instead of 40 just bought you the time for your Kettlebell W.O.D. workouts.

Killing two birds with one stone - keeping up with your “friends” AND taking back control of your health.

SWEET!

By now you might be wondering -

“This sounds exactly like what I need, Geoff. How much is this going to cost - knowing the quality of your material I bet it’s going to be expensive.”

That’s a great question.

And sure, something like this takes some time on my part.

After all, these aren’t just random workouts copied and pasted into emails.

Each workout is part of an overall plan - a program, which you’d expect from me.

And each workout builds upon the previous one - it’s the only way we can challenge your body so you start seeing that leaner body you’re looking for.

So conservatively, you’d probably expect this to cost you somewhere in the neighborhood of $50, which would put in line with my other kettlebell programs.

Shoot, even if I charged a buck a workout, Kettlebell W.O.D. would be $20 per month.

However, because I know that you want to get rid of that “overwhelmed” feeling and really start using your kettlebell or kettlebells again to get the body you desire, I want to help you out in a big, big way.

Kettlebell W.O.D. isn’t going to cost you $50 a month.

Or even $20 a month.

It’s only going to be $9 a month.

(Yup, that's IT.)

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If you didn’t just click the button above, let me show you what will happen when you do:

First, you’ll be taken to the checkout page which looks like this:

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Then to the access page which looks like this:

 
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When you get there, you’ll enter your name and email address and from there you’ll be taken to a confirmation page which looks like this:

confirmation-page
 

Then go to your inbox, find the confirmation email which looks like this:

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Then open it and click on the link inside (the message looks like this):



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Almost immediately you’ll be sent today’s Kettlebell W.O.D. which, will look like this in your inbox.
 

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The only decision you’ll have to make from there is will you do your workout in the mornings, at lunch, or in the evenings after work.

So go ahead and click on the big yellow button right now and take back control of your life.

 

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Are you still here?

Then I’m betting you may still have some questions…
 

Answers To Questions You May Have

“Do I have to do ALL 5 days that you send me in Kettlebell W.O.D.?”

No you don’t.

Five days are optimum because let’s face it - each workout is only 15 minutes long. So it’s pretty easy to find the time to do them.

Furthermore - and here’s the part you’ll really want to pay attention to if you’ve been struggling to find time to work out -

Frequency builds consistency.

And it’s consistency that yields results.

What good is it if you work out hard once a week?

It’s not.

If virtually does nothing for you except make you sore for a couple of days.

However, just like the constant dripping of water on a stone day after day carves a hole in that stone, doing a short workout every day is the fastest, most reliable way to see the results you’re looking for.

So if you think 5 days might be a stretch for you, just commit to 3 - Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
 

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“You’re calling this “Workout of the Day.” I thought you were against WODs?”

I am. Vehemently against them. At least the random, unplanned, throw it against the wall and see what sticks kind.

Kettlebell W.O.D. is NOTHING like that nonsense.

As I mentioned earlier, I’m sending you a workout each day that’s part of an overall larger fat loss program.

I don’t talk about this much anymore, but I was trained in program design by my Cuban weightlifting coach, who was trained by the one of the greatest coaches on the planet - Alexey Medvedev - a multi-time Olympic weightlifting world champion and the coach of the world champion Soviet weightlifting teams.

So you’re in good hands. No junky nonsensical programs here.

And the reason I’m using the term “workout” instead of “training” is simply because it’s part of our common vernacular - our everyday language.
 

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“Can I workout on the weekends or does it have to be 5 days in a row during the week?”

I’m sending you workouts Monday through Friday because that’s when most people workout. They tend to want the weekends for family time, down time, or other fun time.

So sure, if you want to skip a day during the week, like Thursday, and do your workout on Saturday or Sunday, that’s no problem.

Five days a week all you need to do to maintain consistency.

If you do your Kettlebell W.O.D.s five days a week and want to do something on the weekends too, go for a long walk or a hike or a bike ride or some other activity.


“What if you send a workout with an exercise in it that I don’t know how to do?”

That’s a great question.

I’ll never leave you hanging.

If that’s the case - I’ll send you a BRIEF, yet comprehensive, exercise description either written out or in video.
 

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“Will there be any diet information included in the Kettlebell W.O.D.?”

No, not at this time.

I want you to focus on one thing and one thing only - blowing the dust off your kettlebell and working out again on a regular basis.

Adding in nutrition or a diet is just one more thing to add to your list.

Plus, c’mon, who are we kidding?

You already know 90% of what you need to know about eating to lose fat, right?

Cut out the junk food and the processed food and anything man-made, and eat only meat, fish, poultry, fruits and vegetables.

Commit to doing that 90% of the time and you’ll start dropping fat again - especially when combined with your Kettlebell W.O.D.’s.
 

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“How long do I have to commit to Kettlebell W.O.D.?”

As long as you want.

The fact of the matter is, hopefully you view your kettlebell workouts as the most time-efficient method to get leaner and stronger, improve your health, and increase your overall vitality.

And that of course means, after building the habit of routinely working out with your kettlebells, you’ll keep on doing so.

So you can use the Kettlebell W.O.D.s as long as you want to.

And you can cancel at any time.
 

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“What guarantee do I have that your Kettlebell W.O.D. will work for me?”

Normally I offer a 60-day money back guarantee with all my programs.

However, due to the incredibly low investment in Kettlebell W.O.D., I’m not offering any money-back guarantee at this time.

If you are already thinking that Kettlebell W.O.D. won’t work - it won’t. And I don’t want you enrolling in the program.

And, let’s face it, for most people, $9 isn’t going to break the bank. Not when you break it down and see that it’s actually only $2.07 per week for 5 workouts. (Shoot, one medium regular coffee from Starbucks costs $2.10. The holiday flavored venti latte I got last Sunday for my wife as a surprise was $5.65.)

The $9 monthly enrollment fee is for YOUR benefit - it means you put a little bit of skin in the game, which in turn means you’re more likely to do what you say you want to do.

So again, there is no “money back guarantee” with the Kettlebell W.O.D. other than you’ll benefit from using it.

However, you can cancel at any time if you feel it’s not working for you.
 

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“Why should I pay you to send me daily workouts? I’m pretty sure I can get them for free on the internet, can’t I?”

That’s a great question.

And I hear what you’re saying - it makes sense.

However, consider this:

1. You can, but if you really wanted to, wouldn’t you have done it already?

I bet you would.

The problem is, you don’t have the time to search out and try the available workouts online and I’m not sure there are any good daily kettlebell workout programs.

Which brings me to my next point -

2. Quality of the workouts you’re getting.

The problem is, most, if not all of the “free” daily workout programs just use randomized workouts that don’t fit with each other.

And that means your body can’t adapt to what you’re asking it to do - which in this case is to burn more fat.

Look - here’s a screenshot from a Facebook group I belong to saying just what I’m telling you -
 
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And -
 
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(I’ve edited out the other non-pertinent information.)

3. Skin in the game.

Let’s face it, free is usually worth what you pay, isn’t it?

How much of the “free” information that you’ve downloaded from the internet over the years have you actually used or are you actually using?

4. Expert training and experience.

Without tooting my own horn, I am a program design expert. ALL my programs, for the last 20+ years, including my kettlebell workout programs, GET RESULTS.

And they get faster, better results than most of the programs out there on the internet because they’ve been tested in the trenches so-to-speak, on live people, athletes and normal people, just like you, since 1993.

And that’s why I confidently say that Kettlebell W.O.D. will work for you.
 

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And that’s pretty much it.

So I urge you, if you're still reading this, and want to lose fat with your kettlebells, then -
 

Get Rid Of That “Overwhelmed” Feeling And Take Back Control Of Your Schedule And Life With Kettlebell W.O.D.!

If you want finally get rid of that overwhelmed “I don’t have time” feeling and start taking back control of your workouts so you can get the lean, strong, healthy body you deserve, and start fitting back into your old clothes again, then go ahead and enroll in the Kettlebell W.O.D. right now  - Click the big yellow button below.
 

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REFERENCES
  1. Maintaining a High Physical Activity Level Over 20 Years and Weight Gain. Arlene L. Hankinson, MD, MS; Martha L. Daviglus, MD, PhD; Claude Bouchard, PhD; Mercedes Carnethon, PhD; Cora E. Lewis, MD, MSPH; Pamela J. Schreiner, PhD; Kiang Liu, PhD; Stephen Sidney, MD, MPH. JAMA. 2010;304(23):2603-2610. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.1843.
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  3. Long-term weight loss maintenance. Rena R Wing and Suzanne Phelan. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2005. http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/82/1/222S.long
  4. https://www.acefitness.org/getfit/studies/kettlebells012010.pdf
  5. Effect of an acute period of resistance exercise on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption: implications for body mass management. Schuenke MD1, Mikat RP, McBride JM.Eur J Appl Physiol. 2002 Mar;86(5):411-7. Epub 2002 Jan 29.
  6. Metzgar C.J., Preston A.G., Miller D.L. & Nickols-Richardson S.M. (2015) Facilitators and barriers to weight loss and weight loss maintenance: a qualitative exploration. J Hum Nutr Diet. 28, 593–603 doi:10.1111/jhn.12273

 



NOTE: Kettlebell W.O.D. is a digital product. It will available for instant download immediately after purchase. NO physical items will be shipped.

DISCLAIMER: Due to recent statements from the Federal Trade Commission, I must disclose what “typical” results using these programs will be. Typically, most people will become really excited after reading this salesletter and will, despite me specifically telling them not to, will purchase this product thinking it’s some sort of magical pill. They will either never print out the programs and do them, or do one workout and think it’s “too har-d-d-d” (said in the best whiney voice ever) and abandon their attempts. So, the typical person will do nothing and “hope” for change. So they’re results will be zero. Your results, should you wish to “not be typical,” are completely dependent on your ability to actually do the work and follow through. Again, this is not a magic bullet. Unicorns do not exist. And there is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

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