Whoa! We always feel bizarre whenever we shoot a video at home. We used to do it so often, but then we moved over to the studio when we realized that our film life/personal life balance became overrun. But shooting back in our home now gave us a bit of a nostalgic feel. And without makeup! And without showering! Without proper mics, also! Not even with good lighting! I feel like a newbie again!

Anyhow, we wanted to share what our morning routine was like. I don’t like using the phrase “New Year’s Resolution” often, because those are always destined for failure, from my experience, but our resolve to be more active definitely started in 2014. When we were in Canada and didn’t have much to do, we went to the gym all the time. And we loved it! We wanted to bring that back with us to Korea and to exercise more regularly than before. We’re doing that here as well, even though the gyms here are a lot less equipped than what we’re used to, but – still – we’re using it more than before.

Also, our morning routine has changed a lot since our Day in a Life video. Our breakfasts now have changed quite a bit. I know people say that you should eat a big breakfast because it’s better for you, and you eat less throughout the day as a result, such and such, but we don’t really do that. Since we work out in the morning, we find that eating a lot for breakfast really makes us more sluggish in the gym. So we just eat powerballs and protein shakes and coffee and juice, really. Once we’re in the studio is when we eat a bigger meal.

One of the things we cut out in the video is my ramble about the importance of water. That’s really the first thing I do in the morning. Wake up, go right to the fridge and down a big glass of water. I’ve read so often lately about the importance of hydration, and about how drinking more water makes you sharper during the day and less piggy-ish when you’re eating. Having water right away in the morning gets your brain juices flowing and your metabolism firing, so…I do it.

Afterwards is when the preparations for Martina’s awakening take place. Another thing you didn’t see in the video is that I’ll make the coffee, and then pour a mug for Martina, and I’ll wake her up by going over to her sleeping in bed and blowing the coffee aromas at her and trying to wake her up that way. Go ahead and puke rainbows! I’m a caring husband! Mornings are really difficult for Martina, not because she’s a lazy fartsucker, but because sleeping is really painful if you have EDS like she does. She wakes up a lot more when she sleeps than most people because she has to relocate her joints, so she’s never really had a full-night’s sleep. I’ll do what I can to make her mornings as easy as possible. Coffee helps transition into her awakening :D

The Powerballs we make are lovely and we highly recommend you give them a shot. Here’s our recipe for them


First put the coconut in the oven to toast, then do all the other mixing.  But don’t forget about it and burn it like I always do.

– 2 cups old fashioned Gluten Free Oats
– 1/2 cup ground flaxseed
– 1/2 cup chia seeds
– 1 cup slivered almonds
(or Instead of a full cup of almonds, add half almonds, half protein powder)
– 2 Tbs goji berries
– 1/4 cup Cacao Nibs
– 1 1/2 cup toasted coconut flakes

In a giant bowl, mix all that dry good stuff together. Once it’s all evenly distributed:

Blend In:
– 1/2 cup honey
– 1 1/2 cup peanut butter
You can use other butters instead, like almond butter, peanut/pecan butter, etc

Mix the dry stuff with the honey and butter until the whole thing is solid enough to make a ball that won’t fall apart. You might find that the mixture’s too dry, in which case we just add some more honey until it becomes more solid.

– Handful of raw sunflower seeds
– Handful of green pumpkin seeds
– Handful of chocolate chips

We usually put these three into one of those Magic Bullet thingies and grind them up into a powder. We use this to coat the balls.

That’s it! The chocolate chips are on the outside rather than mixed in, so that the first thing you taste is a bit of sweetness.

The powerballs are very dense and require a lot of chewing. They’re delicious, but they don’t dissolve in your mouth like junk food. We wash down each bite with some coffee. We also take these to the studio with us so we can have a quick snack from time to time.

Yeah! So that’s our Powerball recipe. They’re great. Hope you like them as well!

Anyhow, we also make different juices in the morning, as you can see. They’re mostly mixtures of Spinach and lemon with different additions, most of the time apple and ginger, though we oftentimes use oranges and carrots as well. We use a Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer and we really love it. We wanted a juicer that could juice green stuff, like spinach, and we didn’t realize that not all juicers can do that. So if you’re interested in juicing greens, this is the juicer for you.

A while ago, Martina went to this health food class in Toronto in which she learned about the Spinach/Lemon/Apple combo, but – back then – it was done in a blender. Meaning, you ate as much as you drank. We did that for a while, and if you don’t have a juicer putting that all into a blender with a bunch of ice water makes for a healthy drink as well, it just wasn’t…great. We just prefer something easier to drink that doesn’t fill us up as much as the bodies of lemon, apple and spinach do, you know? Though, we sometimes take some of the spinach pulp from our juicer and mix it in with our juices if we feel we aren’t getting enough fibre. Not all the time. We’re torn. Let us know what you think!

EDIT: Martina here! I wanted to add that I found a recipe online for taking the veggie pulp and making flaxseed veggie crackers! I’ll let you know how it is once I do it! I already used our juicer to make homemade tofu and soy milk!!! Amazing right?!!

Another thing I know some people might get confused by: our coffee is a French Press, but we call it a Bodum. That’s like calling a tissue a Kleenex. You can use any French Press you want, of course, but we like using the Bodum. We’ve used other ones before and we find that the metal warps over time, and then you get coffee grains floating in your coffee after a while. We haven’t had that issue with the Bodum. We still hate cleaning it, though. Getting rid of the grinds you can only do with water, but I don’t want to dump all the grinds down the sink, so we have to go to the bathroom, fill the bodum with water, and then toss the water with the grinds down the toilet. It’s the only dish we have that can’t be washed in the kitchen. Blarrrggg!

Lastly, we didn’t share our workout routine because that wouldn’t really make for a good video. We see on the front page of Instagram all the time these videos of superbuff people with giant boobs doing these insane workouts with smiles on their faces. We’re not that fit. Working out for us is gruelling with lots of sweat and not enough air to breathe in to form sentences. We don’t do Crossfit; if we did, you’d hear us talk about it all the time ;) But I started getting into running, and run 3-6 miles per run, 4-5 times a week. I’m not by any means fast. I’m sweaty and sore most of the time, but I’m doing my best to get good at running.

So that’s it for our morning routines! Hope you weren’t too bored with this little slice of our lives. You see us most of the time going out and playing around in Korea, but you never really see what we do for the first couple of hours of our days. Hope you found it somewhat interesting, and you can see a bit more of what makes us tick :D

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  1. Great way to start the day. The key is to keep going, don’t stop because it gets boring, mix it up either with different juices and changing your workout routine, mix in some weight lifting with cardio for some balance. Keep it up, your vids are amazing!

  2. I have to try that recipe! It would be a perfect snack before heading out to the gym. Our current snack is an apple, which I find is a great boost for energy, but at the end of our workout we are starving. We actually have a Breville juicer, and they’re great! It’s a centrifugal (nifty scientific explanation word!) juicer, which means it sorta spins around and juices things that way. It’s great for juicing greens too! Definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to get into juicing. Great vid/post!

  3. I noticed Simon wears a fitness tracker (Jawbone UP?). Will Simon ever review it/talk about how it fits into ya’lls healthy lifestyle? Does Martina have one as well?

  4. Omg, where can I get a honey senpai mug?!

  5. I’m a bit late on this but I’m a new fan and so in love with you both (specially because I move to Korea in 3 weeks! gah!). How many power balls do you each eat?

  6. I made these today and they were yummy! Im curious to know how many calories are in each ball though

  7. Holy Smokes! the power balls are indeed delicious! I told my mom about them and we decided to make them together. and she totally love them aswell! thank you!

  8. OMG I have the same kettle as you guys!

    That is all. xD

  9. Great choice! I can see you read a lot about juices. I’ve got a very similar juicer, it’s got the same “grindig system”, When I do the juice with carrots, apples and lemon I usually use the polp to bake a cake. you need to be carefull when you eat it because it brakes easily but the taste is great! Try it out!

  10. Martina – would you consider showing us some of your fun new recipes (especially the cauliflower pizza crust!) in your cooking segments? I know it’s not really Korean culture related…but I’m curious :3

  11. does anyone know how long the power balls last if kept in fridge?

  12. i see everyone freaking over the cost of that juicer Kitchen Ninja can do all that too with less waste , you can make almond milk in it too or ice cream too I think the newer ones are even more high powered ,,,plus it has food processor it too. Anyhow them power balls sound good ….

  13. HURRY CLEAN THE KITCHEN DON’T LET THEM SEE HOW SLOPPY WE ARE OH GOD! <– That is so my Mom whenever we're having company come over haha! Also, Martina, my friend brought to my attention that we're very close in age and I must say it's awesome to see someone else my age still sleep with plushies. I'm not alone! YAY! :D Yay for being big kids! :D

    I don't really have a 'morning routine' as much as an 'afternoon routine'; Yay for working the night shift with hours well into midnight! XD I usually get up literally an hour before I have to be out the door, shower and all that good bathroom stuff, dress and get ready for the day and grab a protein bar, vitamins and bottle of water to eat before work, grab a Slim Fast shake for lunch and leave for work. On weekends, I usually get up and get online right away haha!

    I have more of a 'routine' when I get home though; I usually grab some super late dinner, check stuff online, workout, wash up and then sleep. XD

    I totally agree with your views on working out! I started working out a week ago and I've noticed I've been so much more energized! Even at work, when I'm usually really tired and not wanting to work, I feel so energized and ready to go. Eating healthier helps a lot too! That's why I've taken to protein bars and vitamins before work, slim fast shakes at lunch and a healthy dinner when I get home. And tons of water. It gets so hot at work, so I down 8 bottles easily. XD I also usually wait an hour or two after dinner before I work out and it feels good! I'm already full on adrenaline from work, so coming home, I'm ready to go! Eating fruit when you get hungry between meals really helps too. Strawberries and green apples always kill my desire for something sweet. :)

    I really want to get a juicer now! I'll have to look into the one you guys have and give it a go. :)

  14. Hi Simon and Martina! I really like the videos that show off your personalities. I love juicing too! My favourite combo is beetroot, carrots and tomatoes. Love the rich red purply colour. With all that pulp leftover from juicing and the coffee grinds, why don’t you try composting? It will save you unnecessary trips to the bathroom too ;P

  15. This is a bit late, but since I am going to try making powerballs in the next few days, I was wondering: do they need to be kept in a fridge/freezer? And if so, how long do they keep for? Thanks for posting awesome videos! I thoroughly enjoy each one of these :)

  16. In case anyone is interested I compiled a quick breakdown of the nutrition info on the power balls recipe :3

  17. I’m relieved to know I’m not the only one who wakes up early and works out in the morning. I’m actually not a morning person AT ALL, but two years ago, I promised my best friend that we’d get fit together, and to this day that promise is kept…Except during winter. Neither of us like working out when it’s cold outside. We also don’t do it on weekends. I have about a week or two left before I get to say bye bye to waking up late and not working out. orz;;

    I get up at 8 during spring and fall, and 5 in summertime. I usually have almond milk, homemade oatmeal with strawberries and blueberries (and other fruits), and of course water! If I feel like putting in the effort, I’ll make blueberry oatmeal pancakes. After breakfast I drive to my friend’s house and wake her up. Then, I workout for about 4 hours–yes, 4! Nothing is too intense, however, so I’m no WWE wrestler. x3 I lift weights for 30 minutes while walking on a treadmill, then 30 minutes again without the weights, then I usually play tennis with my friend for the remaining time OR go swimming. Then, it’s shower time and we leave to get a big lunch and cry over Attack on Titan.

    By the way, that recipe sounds delicious!! I’m gonna try it on my first day of spring workout. u<

    Oh! One more thing, your house is adorable! It's modern and so cute and purdy. All the furniture looks so adorable; it fits you two a lot! ouo Two adorable people living an adorable life. <3

  18. Hi Simon&Martina!
    I have a question for your open the happy: Do you guys watch any other vlogs? If so what do you recommend? :)

    Btw, you guys are the cutest couple I know, your relationship is so amazing and inspiring! <3 It is so much fun to watch you have fun together ^^

  19. I honestly love these kind of videos thanks for posting! I’m gonna try those powerballs! I really like it when you guys do stuff about cooking, I’m living in my first apartment this year and still learning my way around the kitchen. Would love more!

  20. Hi! Stumbled across the video on youtube. Out of curiosity, how many power balls are considered a serving– and is there a substitute you’d recommend for the coconut? I have an aversion to coconut like fish to air. o0

  21. The powerballs look so good! Do you think putting extra almonds and oatmeal instead of the coconut would work?

  22. Hiya! Love your videos!! I just noticed as I watched this one, that right behind your lovely juicer, where Simon is making his beautiful juice……it’s lined with alcohol!!! Bailey’s, Jim Bean, Maker’s etc… I mean I’m not saying your a couple of lushes or anything, but the contrast between the two is very amusing!!! We love Meemers and Spudgy!!! Love from Utah!!

    • Kekek. Yes that’s our bar! That Bailey’s is from our last Christmas party…last last year…so old…but the bourbon we just started to get into! We’re trying to avoid drinking sugary mixed alcoholic beverages, so we’re learning out to build our bar and make drinks that don’t rely on tonic, sodas, and juices. Fresh orange, citrus zest, or freshly juiced apple ginger mixer? Sounds great! :D

  23. Trying to make the Powerballs today! Lord have mercy on my kitchen. Also, Simon, don’t kill your legs with running. As an (ex)competitive runner, DO NOT SCREW THEM UP danggit. I went from setting records(hee good job) to having foot problems that interfere with my dancing all within the space of 3 years, and I’m not even out of high school yet.

    • I’m doing my best to learn how to run without destroying myself. My first two weeks of running I had inflamed my hip. Then I got plantar fasciitis. Then my knee started hurting. Then I said “Screw this shit I’m done” and took a few days off. Now I run more moderately, only 3-4 times a week rather than 5-6, and I feel a lot better. I’m still slow as hell, though, and won’t be setting any records any time soon…

      • Oh my. Ice that shit. Are you on any specific training program? Or do you just run however (Well not feeling it today so let’s do a lap around the trashcan). There are some really great ones out there, and ones just as bad. The good ones (I can’t recommend any good ones, the one I’m on is currently crap) really do help get your legs progressively stronger and improve your endurance, duh, but the bad ones (exp. PAAVO) overwork and wreck you.

        • I just use the Nike Running app. It has a “Coach” function. You say what distance you’re training for, and it gives you an eight week program. It tells you what days to run on, how long to run, and whether to Fartlek or Stride or stuff.

          I found that, after doing it for 5 weeks, I greatly improved my speed in running 5k. I used to run at 10 minutes a mile. Now I’m at, like, 8:40 or so, which still isn’t stellar, but a lot better than before, and I feel better running, apart from the knee :D

        • Congrats, dropping 2:20 is great! That app sounds extremely dandy….but I happen to dislike Nike for anything running-related except for maybe their spikes. Maybe I’ll try it out…someday. Do you run with a knee brace? KT Tape works wonders too. Also, those Powerballs are good for pulling all-nighters.

  24. Sorry if this info is already here…I didn’t read all the comments. This kind of juicer, called a masticating juicer, is also meant to be used for juicing greens, such as wheat grass or spinach: http://www.omegajuicers.com/juicers/juicer-8004.html It will also do carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, and many other things. It’s still a bit pricey, but not as much as the Kuvings. And no, I don’t work for them nor am I in any way associated with them. I’m just passing along information. :)
    Anyway, those Powerballs sound delish and I’m going to write down that recipe and try them. Thanks for sharing that! Keep up the good work, guise!

  25. I live out in Sejong and I was wondering where you buy your ingredients for your powerballs? because I would like to start making them!

  26. Just thought I’d mention, I made the powerballs today! Well, they weren’t quite power ‘balls’, as I couldn’t get the consistency quite right (didn’t wanna add too much honey as I don’t want to be able to taste it… not a massive fan of honey, though I do use it a lot in baking). Anyways, I made mine kinda into a giant flapjack type thing, threw it in the fridge and will hopefully be able to cut it up into bite-size pieces in the morning ^_^
    Taste test wise, I actually think it’s really yummy, I don’t really like many of the ingredients in it, but somehow they all work together! Yum!
    Much love x
    p.s. My consistency issue might be due to the fact I subbed cacao butter (can’t have peanuts and didn’t have anything else to hand), plus I popped it all in a food processor!

  27. Meemers and Spudgy are so cute!!!!!! :3

  28. Shock! No espresso machine?

    Last time we were in Japan we brought back a boiler. Most people we know there seem to have ditched kettles in favour of boilers as they hold the water temperature (saves energy) and always available. Ours cost nearly nothing but can be set to a specific coffee orientated temperature. Aren’t these things popular in Korea too? I’d have thought EYK studios must have one.

    Our kettle is now retired as it was competing for space with the IH Rice Maker.

  29. i missed your house!!! …and..ummm…. WHERE DO I FIND A HUSBAND LIKE SIMON!!!
    the guys in our family dont even lift a finger!!! they just sit in one place while the ladies bring their food, their tea, their clothes and then they sleep and go to work….the house just moves around them. its really really tiring. martina you should be sooooo grateful to simon, he is the best! my mum is like a korean ahjumma and if i told her that simon does all the housework while martina sleeps. she will just be O___o
    …..plus, here blenders come with juicers so its not a new thing, GREAT MORNING ROUTINE, you guys are great!!

  30. Love your at home videos!!! they are awesome! you two are such a cute and quirky couple!

  31. omg this reminds me of me and my husband.

    legit. my husband after we watched this video said “lets buy a juicer.”

    so guess what we did over the weekend? yepp. we bought a juicer. he hasn’t had the patience to make juice on a daily basis cause i get on to him about cleaning it. but we did make juice. we used apples+spinach+pineapple. we bought mangos too. i put mangos in mine. cutting up the fruits and veggies are a painnnn though. lol. and guess who had that job? the wife. yepp.

    but yea, i’m NOT a morning person. at all. during the week i get up around9 or whenever the cute adorableness in my picture
    <—- wakes up. on the weekends when hubby is home from work he gets up first so i can sleep in. til. like……nooooon. ok no more like 11. he's been jumping in bed occasionally and lets the baby climb over me and pull my hair until i wake up lately though….

    notttt a morning person. at least not without coffee. i need coffee. on my worst mornings, i need an energy drink. yeppers.

    soooo martina – i feel your painnnnn.

    • Congrats on your juicer! Okay, so here are some fun things we do: if you drink (or don’t) juice a whole bunch of apples with half lemon (to keep it from turning brown) and some ginger. Either drink it cold with a dash of sparkling water OR heat it on the stove with some cinnamon and nutmeg for an instant cider! OR add some spiced rum or bourbon for an amazing simple cocktail! :D

      Also, after we come home from grocery shopping, we make a pre-prepping veggie/fruit deal that helps us move faster in the morning. Do it right away or while watching a TV show or movie! For example: one person washes all the spinach, once person spins all the spinach dry, one person packs the now washed spinach in containers for ready to go juicing. We prep a lot of our fruits and veggies that way! Clean and hull strawberries and freeze them for smoothies, peel bananas and cut them in half and freeze them for smoothies. You could do the same with mangos and pineapples too! :D

      • omg that all sounds amazing!
        i’m definitely gonna have to try the cider!~ Thanks for the tip!

        http://rawjuiceguru.com/our-raw-juice/ after i posted that comment, i decided to go searching for stuff. found this pretty neat website.
        i wouldn’t say that i’m a raw food junkie – i just like food and i try to find cheap and healthy alternatives to different things. after i made some juice in the juicer, the day after i had regular store brought orange juice and i was almost disgusted at how much sugar i tasted in it! i never noticed the sugar until after i made homemade juice. so it was a bit more motivation to use the juicer a bit more~

  32. You guys are so lovely. Best couple award, ever.

  33. Just some quick advice to anyone who wants to try juicing:

    ― Do not juice vegetables in a blender. Yes, there is the consistency issue, but you also lose most of the nutrients when you blend vegetables which is why having an actual juicer is so valuable. Fruits are okay to blend because you don’t really lose much.
    ― No matter if you use a juicer or a blender for fruits or vegetables, you need to consume the resulting juice or smoothie as soon as possible. The more time that elapses, the more nutrients you lose from the juice. You should not make juice in the morning to drink at lunch time. It will still taste great, but will not really have any nutritional value for you.
    ― It is totally worth it to buy a masticating juicer like the one Simon and Martina have, if you can afford it. Non-masticating juicers help with the consistency issue of vegetables in juice, but not really the nutrient issue. Masticating juicers help preserve as many nutrients as possible.

    Happy juicing!

    • For your first point, I really need to say that I feel like you are misinformed. The issue with blending vegetables and fruit is the oxidation that occurs when the blender spins causes the air to enter the( now broken cells) of either. This doesn’t really hurt the over all quality, since they will be consumed in a matter of seconds. The other problem is that heat can destroy nutrients, but you aren’t blending for more than a minute at a time, so I doubt that really has any merit. I don’t see how juicing it makes it more nutritious, since it seems to go through a similar process of being cut up and pressed. Anyway, that’s all I wanted to say about it. http://www.incrediblesmoothies.com/faq-questions-answers/qa-does-blending-green-smoothies-destroy-90-of-nutrients/

    • Yes, I prefer the slow juicer(masticating juicer) than blender because of nutrient issue. blender or high speed juicer hard to keep nutrition because of heat by high speed operation and cutting by blade. Juice made by slow juicer preserve taste, flavor and nutrition , so I love to juicing with it:)

  34. hiya guys! it’s really cool to see you being so healthy nowadays! very inspiring!! Also Martina, I feel your pain, i also have something which causes me to wake up many times a night and so i never ever get a full night’s sleep… *sigh* I’m terribly jealous that you don’t seem to have perma-bags under your eyes like i do…… *grumbles* … i can only hope to ever be able to find a guy as sweet and devoted as Simon!!! about the juicing though, it *is* healthier to drink smooties, as you are losing a lot of the vitamins and fibers when you juice instead, but honestly, if you can’t handle the texture, juicing is still better than nothing at all!

  35. Yay! I’m so happy that you use the Iron Man and Honey-sempai mugs that I sent last year!!!

  36. Hey Simon and Martina. :D

    I see that you’re an avid coffee fan, Martina, Unfortunately, the only coffee I have in my house is that Indian coffee crap that my mum loves to drink for some reason, and as a result, I have lost all taste for coffee. Can you do me a favor and bring me back to dark side? You should show us all your coffee stuff!

    Also Martina, you have EDS, right? I feel your pain. Though I don’t EDS, I have SUPER WEAK JOINTS from being so tall since I was young (dunno how.) I’m 13 and I’m 5′ 10″. So though it might not be as bad as EDS, I still feel your pain, kinda-sorta?

    Also, for a future TL;DR, an idea, maybe? How do Korean react to Indians (like from India, not Native Americans xD) and other minorities? Are we at any risk for discrimination? (I don’t think so, but maybe if you addressed the question really quickly at the end of a TL;DR or something, instead of doing a full one on it.)


    (I just realized that I typed this huge frikin essay over here wtf.)

  37. Quick question RE:Powerballs. Any suggestions on substitutions for Almonds in the recipe? I’m allergic :(

  38. Hey, just thought you guys should know that the juicer you use is a masticating, instead of a centrifugal (which has that spinning basket of death) Just you thought I would share since masticating is so close to another word…

    Also just thought you might want to know that you are DRINKING CYANIDE! SInce you juice the whole apple you are juicing the seeds, which contain trace amounts of cyanide. In fact, apple juice you buy in stores juice the seeds, and contain higher amounts of cyanide than what is considered safe for bottled water. But the good news is that it isn’t much… I mean, you haven’t died yet.

    • http://chemistry.about.com/od/healthsafety/f/Do-Apple-Seeds-Contain-Poison.htm

      Question: Do Apple Seeds Contain Poison?
      Apples, along with cherries, peaches and almonds, are members of the rose family. The seeds of apples and these other fruits contain natural chemicals that are toxic to some animals. Are they poisonous to humans? Here’s a look at the toxicity of apple seeds.
      Answer: Apple seeds do contain a small amount of cyanide, which is a lethal poison, but you are protected from the toxin by the hard seed coating. If you eat whole apple seeds, they pass through your digestive system relatively untouched. If you chew the seeds thoroughly, you will be exposed to the chemicals inside the seeds, but the dose of toxins in an apple is small enough that your body can easily detoxify it.

      • I was half joking about the actual toxicity of the amount of cyanide in seeds. It’s in there to make the seeds poisonous but mostly unpleasant tasting, so animals don’t chew the seeds up, and pass it through their system. I still think it is worth noting, if it takes 5 seconds, why not just chop around the seeds before juicing? Especially if you are going on a detox cleanse (which Simon and Martina are doing in the video)

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