The Kinobody Goddess Toning Program Review

Kinobody Goddess Toning Program

In the world of women’s fitness and dieting programs, the Goddess Toning Program from Kinobody has really set itself apart from the crowd…

When I started reading the program, I couldn’t put it down – and I’m NOT a big reader.

Because of that – and my experiences with it (which have been INCREDIBLE!), I’ve decided to write this Goddess Toning Program review to share with you exactly what this program is and what it’s all about…

So first of all, I almost felt like it was written to me! The program addressed nearly every single question and concern I had about fitness and nutrition. As women, we are always on the lookout for the next best thing – and above all: the “ANSWER”

How do we get the slim and sexy body we’ve always wanted? We watch movies and look at these women that are strong, confident, and lets face it… damn sexy.

(We all want this!)

Guess what ladies… We can have it!

Here it is – the answer to it all, and you will look and feel the way you have been wanting to forever.

I’ve been following the program myself, and here are the results I’ve been able to accomplish (in a pretty short time):

I still have a ways to go before I’m where I want to be, but let me explain the program that helped me get to where I’m currently at…

Let’s begin!

What Is The Goddess Toning Program?

The Goddess Toning Program is the newest course from Greg O’Gallagher of Kinobody. If you don’t know about Greg, you need to go over to Kinobody.com right now.

In the past, he’s mostly focused on men’s fitness. But, he recently wrote a complete Kinobody Program specifically for women: The Goddess Toning Program.

He’s obviously in unbelievably great shape and is extremely knowledgeable about all things fitness and nutrition.

Now, let’s be clear here: I’ve tried a lot of programs in the past. And while I’ve been following Greg for a while now (my husband has been using his programs and getting great results from them), the programs are more for guys than ladies.

I have to say, I’ve been dying for him to come out with a women’s program because his view on fitness and lifestyle is just what people are looking for – especially women.

(You’ll see what I mean in a minute.)

Goddess Toning Program by Kinobody(Click Here To Check It Out)

Key Takeaways From The Goddess Toning Program

As the program starts off, it really just goes in this direction of ultimately putting the responsibility on you.

This program is designed to create a total transformation, so if you’re just looking for a quick fix (which won’t last) this is NOT FOR YOU!

The benefits of learning and educating yourself on a healthy lifestyle and what works in fitness will change the way you approach this program (and a lot more). This isn’t just about looking slim and sexy (which, yeah, that doesn’t hurt). Greg tells you that it’s about accomplishing something that few ever achieve: being a strong woman and having a better quality of life.

Now is your chance to make yourself a priority and prove to yourself that you can do this!

The accountability is one of my favorite takeaways from reading this program. This isn’t the type of program that will just tell you “Do this and this 4 times a week and you’ll lose weight”…

Instead, it challenges everything you’ve ever been told about fitness and healthy eating so you can learn the truth about what works and enjoy your life.

(Basically having your cake and eating it too!)

Greg really puts things into perspective and addresses all the big issues that women have – all those misconceptions that have been drilled into our heads for years by the media and magazines.

Click here to check out the Goddess Toning Program…

How The Goddess Toning Program Compares To Other “Programs”

Some programs will just put down others. Greg does it differently. He explains what the other programs are based on and why they won’t work (and uses several studies to back it all up, too).

Seriously, you’ll wonder why you’ve been wasting time on anything else.

Here’s an example:

Remember being told forever that “carbs are the enemy”? Turns out, that’s just a myth. Depriving yourself of carbs (to name one example) will actually do more harm than good in the long run (and short run).

Carbs, fats, proteins… Everything has a distinct purpose. What I love about this program is that everything is so detailed and it explains WHY you need certain foods in your diet. I always think back to what my grandma would say – “everything in moderation” – and she was so right!

About the Goddess Workout

In this program, you’ll be doing strength training, abs training and optionally some light cardio.

Greg breaks down each exercise and tells you why it’s there and what it will do for you. More importantly (to me), he explains what kind of a look each exercise gives you – which is extremely helpful.

For example, lat pull-downs are one exercise in the program that will help contribute to the nice and slim look, giving you that look Jessica Biel has (that every woman craves).

Another one from the program is dumbbell step-ups, which can help tone your legs and booty without adding a lot of “bulk” (when you do them as Greg describes in the course)…

Here’s an example:

dumbbell stepups

I just loved this addition to the program. As a woman, I want to know why I’m doing a certain exercise and what it will do for me. On top of that, having an example of a celebrity body with that feature is awesome.

Do you want to look like Jessica Biel? Um… Ya!!!

But back to strength training…

I know the biggest concern for women is “I don’t want to be bulky”. Most of us think that if we even LOOK at a weight, we’ll get all bulky and muscular (and we don’t want that).

That was one of my concerns as well, but Greg really goes into detail about why women getting bulky from lifting weights is a myth, and that there’s really no way you COULD.

Furthermore, he educates you on the process of how to build a muscle and how that will give you look you want without ever looking bulky. Phew!

About the Goddess Diet Nutrition Plan

This is one of the things I like most about this program.

I’ve tried several other “diets” before. Weight Watchers, Flat Belly, Adkins… Heck – there were more, too.

The problem with most other diets out there is that they’re literally “DIETS”… meaning they may (or may not) work while you follow them, but they don’t set you up for long-term results. After you go off the “diet plan”, you revert back to your old eating habits because the diets were too extreme to continue, or didn’t fit well into your lifestyle.

For example, in the Flat Belly Diet, you’re eating up to 6 smaller meals throughout the day.

It’s tough making meals that frequently (especially if you work a day/night job), and worst of all – you’re miserable between meals because you’re never eating enough to feel full and satiated.

And this is exactly where the Goddess Toning Program shines.

You’ll read about this in the program (which you can check out here), but on the Kinobody nutrition plan, you eat 2 large meals and one snack each day.

Warning: this will be a huge adjustment… Cramming all your calories (even while eating in a deficit) into just 2.5 meals means you need to eat a larger quantity of food than you’re likely used to. The great thing here though is that you feel so much more full and satiated between meals – something you’re probably not accustomed to on a “diet”.

You’ll still be able to eat foods and meals you love…

In fact, several recipes on this blog are “Kinobody” meals, though you’d never suspect it. A quick search using the Kinobody tag will pull them all up.

A few of them include:

Best of all though, this nutrition program works well for everyone – whether you’re single, in a relationship (where you both want to eat healthy), or even if you’re cooking for a family. You can make meals that everyone will love, instead of having to cook separate meals for everyone.

Top Things I Took Away

Here are some of the top takeaways from reading (and USING) the Goddess Toning Program:

  • Why to strength train in the first place
  • The pros and cons of cardio training (LOTS of misconceptions here – you’re probably making a few mistakes yourself)
  • Why strength training only 3 days a week is best
  • How to have a life and be able to go out and have a few drinks every now and then without blowing your diet
  • The importance of a “Refeed day” and how to do it the right way
  • How to work chocolate into your daily plan to satisfy your sugar cravings (hey, we all have them)
  • How to eat healthy, wholesome and delicious meals (large ones too… girl’s gotta eat!)
  • Easy and convenient ways to count calories and “macros” (just use an app for this)
  • How drinking coffee in the morning helps blunt early hunger cravings

Here’s a Sneak Inside…

Goddess Toning Program Contents

This is the table of contents from the Goddess Toning Program – yep, exactly what’s inside 🙂

The entire course is incredible, but I would pay special attention to the chapter called “Why You Must Strength Train To Look Awesome In A Bikini & Your Favorite Outfit“. That’s where Greg talks all about working out and why what you’re doing right now is likely wrong.

In fact, you could be lifting weights and STILL doing it wrong (I sure was).

You’ll learn everything you need to know to tone up without bulking up… And how to get that body you’ve always wanted.

The Bottom Line

This program comes down to pushing yourself – that’s where you’re going to see the progress.

I have been doing this program for just a few weeks and have been pushing myself each time… and it’s crazy how much progress I’ve made. As a woman, when you push yourself, you really start to impress yourself.

That’s where the confidence starts to build and you begin to not worry so much about the end result – it’s the road, the process, and it all seems to become enjoyable. It’s a very empowering thing…

Pushing yourself will be the key to getting those amazing results you’ve always dreamed of.

One other thing that’s explained really well in the Goddess Toning Program is the process of lifting and how to know when to move up in weights (and why). Greg even talks about what to do once you get to where you want to be, and how to maintain that look for life.

Overall, this is a very comprehensive program for women. But fair warning: it’s going to challenge a LOT of what you think is “right”.

The nutrition concepts are different from you’ll read about in magazines and books, and the workouts will get you results faster than anything you’ve tried before.

But the first step is all on you…

If you’re sick of not getting results and need a change – one that’s proven to work – then check out the Goddess Toning Program now. I’m currently on Week 4 of the program and will be posting progress pictures after Week 12, but you can take this journey with me if you’re ready.

Click here to check out the Goddess Toning Program…

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EMILY NESS is a full-time food and lifestyle author who’s passionate about developing simple yet mouth-watering recipes that anyone can make. Since founding her website CookingUpHappiness.com in 2013, she’s went on to share her passion for cooking healthy and tasty recipes with the thousands of people around the world.
  • Anna Opasinska

    Hi Emily, are you still following the program?

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Hi! I’m so sorry I was changing my blog design and for some reason I never saw this comment! But yes I am still doing the program and really enjoying it! if you have any questions just let me know :))

      • Sam

        Hi Emily,

        I am wondering if you have to do the workouts at a gym or if you can do them at home?

        thanks!

        • Emily

          Hey! I would say you could absolutely do the workouts at home if you have a variety of free weights… there will be some exercises that you might have to modify but it is doable.

          As you start to progress though you will want to move up in weights and that can get expensive if you have to buy new free weights all the time… but you can buy adjustable dumbbells (I think they are called powerblocks) that way as you progress and get stronger you won’t have to go buy new ones. I think they can be a little pricey but definitely better than buying them individually.

          Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions! 🙂

        • Cookinguphappiness

          Hey! I would say you could absolutely do the workouts at home if you have a variety of free weights… there will be some exercises that you might have to modify but it is doable.

          As you start to progress though you will want to move up in weights and that can get expensive if you have to buy new free weights all the time… but you can buy adjustable dumbbells (I think they are called powerblocks) that way as you progress and get stronger you won’t have to go buy new ones. I think they can be a little pricey but definitely better than buying them individually.

          Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions! 🙂

          • Viviane

            Hi! Thank you for answering my comment! You are the kindest!!! xoxo

  • Aoife Sheerin

    Hi Emily, hey i just was wondering what you think was the most important thing you thought you were doing right before this program but actually doing wrong because I’m thinking of buying the book as well.

    • Emily

      Hey! I would have to say the one thing I thought I was doing right before was a lot of cardio… I’m sure a lot of us think or thought that as well! My whole life I always thought the more cardio I did the better results I was going to get and honestly it never worked out. When I started doing the Goddess program I started to see changed in my body that I had never seen doing anything else and it was with little to no cardio… so that sold me right away! haha 🙂

      Honestly though I absolutely love it because my husband is doing the mens program and we can eat the same things (that makes a huge difference!) so I’m not cooking multiple meals or anything like that!

      Hope this helps and please let me know if you have any other questions 🙂

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Hey! I would have to say the one thing I thought I was doing right before was a lot of cardio… I’m sure a lot of us think or thought that as well! My whole life I always thought the more cardio I did the better results I was going to get and honestly it never worked out. When I started doing the Goddess program I started to see changed in my body that I had never seen doing anything else and it was with little to no cardio… so that sold me right away! haha 🙂

      Honestly though I absolutely love it because my husband is doing the mens program and we can eat the same things (that makes a huge difference!) so I’m not cooking multiple meals or anything like that!

      Hope this helps and please let me know if you have any other questions 🙂

  • Stéphanie Leblanc

    A little question for you! I don’t really like going to the gym, but I practice pole fitness like 3 to 5 times a week. Do you think that you can combine the lifestyle of the programm with activities that you already do . Or the gym is the only option ?

    thanks!

    • Viviane

      I’m wondering exactly that! And what about vegetarian adapts. But it seems she doesnt answer.

      • Emily

        Hey Viviane! So sorry to get back to you so late… I’ve been having issues with my site and am not getting notifications from the comments.

        If you’re still considering the program I believe that you can absolutely do the workouts from home… you just need to have a variety of dumbbells or like I have mentioned you can purchase the adjustable dumbbells which are awesome! As you progress in the program and get stronger you will need to move up in weights so these are perfect since you won’t have to go out a purchase new dumbbells each time. Some of the exercises might have to be modified but as long as you are following the program and progressing each workout that is all that matters!

        Now with the diet part it can be done if you’re vegetarian… I’m actually trying to do so more vegetarian meals on the blog that are macro friendly and have a decent amount of protein.

        I don’t know too much about a vegetarian diet but I know the biggest concern would just be that you are getting enough protein especially for this program. From things like (as I’m sure you already know) eggs, tofu, cottage cheese, quinoa, beans, milk, and greek yogurt just to name a few.

        I think as long as you are doing the exercises consistently along with the diet and try to get enough protein you shouldn’t have a problem.

        Again sorry about the delay and I hope that this helps 🙂

        If you have any other questions please let me know!

      • Cookinguphappiness

        Hey Viviane! So sorry to get back to you so late… I’ve been having issues with my site and am not getting notifications from the comments.

        If you’re still considering the program I believe that you can absolutely do the workouts from home… you just need to have a variety of dumbbells or like I have mentioned you can purchase the adjustable dumbbells which are awesome! As you progress in the program and get stronger you will need to move up in weights so these are perfect since you won’t have to go out a purchase new dumbbells each time. Some of the exercises might have to be modified but as long as you are following the program and progressing each workout that is all that matters!

        Now with the diet part it can be done if you’re vegetarian… I’m actually trying to do so more vegetarian meals on the blog that are macro friendly and have a decent amount of protein.

        I don’t know too much about a vegetarian diet but I know the biggest concern would just be that you are getting enough protein especially for this program. From things like (as I’m sure you already know) eggs, tofu, cottage cheese, quinoa, beans, milk, and greek yogurt just to name a few.

        I think as long as you are doing the exercises consistently along with the diet and try to get enough protein you shouldn’t have a problem.

        Again sorry about the delay and I hope that this helps 🙂

        If you have any other questions please let me know!

    • Emily

      Hey! I totally get you… I really don’t like to go to the gym either I would much rather do it at home. For me it is easy because we have a gym in our subdivision but I will eventually get adjustable weights and most likely do it at home!

      Thats awesome that you do that 3-5 times a week! In my opinion I would say to really get the full benefits of the program would be to combine the weight training and the diet… they are designed to work together to give you the best results possible. You could always get the adjustable dumbbells (powerblocks I think) and do the exercises out of your home.

      You will probably have to modify a few exercises but it can be done.Thats what I plan on getting to use at home because as you increase your weight you won’t have to spend more money on more dumbbells.

      Seriously though it you do the exercises at home plus the nutrition part plus your pole fitness (if you want) it is totally doable!

      Hope that helps a bit! If you have any other questions let me know!:)

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Hey! I totally get you… I really don’t like to go to the gym either I would much rather do it at home. For me it is easy because we have a gym in our subdivision but I will eventually get adjustable weights and most likely do it at home!

      Thats awesome that you do that 3-5 times a week! In my opinion I would say to really get the full benefits of the program would be to combine the weight training and the diet… they are designed to work together to give you the best results possible. You could always get the adjustable dumbbells (powerblocks I think) and do the exercises out of your home.

      You will probably have to modify a few exercises but it can be done.Thats what I plan on getting to use at home because as you increase your weight you won’t have to spend more money on more dumbbells.

      Seriously though it you do the exercises at home plus the nutrition part plus your pole fitness (if you want) it is totally doable!

      Hope that helps a bit! If you have any other questions let me know!:)

  • jillix

    hey! =) my question is: I do workouts in the morning often. But I thought it’s not good to train on an empty stomach? Does this program say anything about that?

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Hey! I do my workouts first thing in the morning as well! 🙂

      Greg talks a bit about this topic in the program…but from the research I’ve done when you work out in the morning (aka fasted training) your body is using fat for fuel which is more effective for losing fat and getting toned.

      Now don’t get me wrong this is very tough first thing in the morning until you get used to it. But also make sure to listen to your body if you absolutely need to eat something (sometimes I know I need to!) just make sure its low in calorie.

      Anyways I hope that this helps I know how hard it was for me to adjust to no breakfast in the morning as well as working out first thing!

      If you have any other questions just let me or Greg know! 🙂

  • “Adkins”?

    There’s no way you could ever get bulky (which is correct) but he’s gonna show you how to avoid getting bulky?

    Everything in moderation? Even cyanide?

    Yeah. Pass. HOW much is he paying you?

  • Alice

    Hey, Ive been researching about intermittent fasting this past week and looked at a lot of KinoBody’s youtube videos. I was wondering if something like this would be suitable for me as I am sixteen years old to tone up my tummy and other parts, and also how many hours do you fast for? Also how many calories do you normally eat on an evening meal? By the way I loved reading this post it was really interesting and helpful because I couldn’t find many reviews on the goddess program.
    Thankyou

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Thanks for the comment! Glad you liked the review; I’m very passionate about Kinobody since I’ve had such good results with it, and I’m happy that you found the review helpful.

      Now about your questions… Intermittent Fasting is fine to do at your age (I’m not aware of any studies that show otherwise), and it’s very effective when you combine the fasting with the nutrition plan Greg outlines in the Goddess program.

      But that said, it also comes down to your calorie (and macro) intake, which are also discussed in the program. If you want to “tone up” (especially your tummy), then it’s going to come down to losing body fat while building lean muscle – not in a bulky bodybuilder way, but just a base of lean muscle as you start losing body fat.

      As for my calories at dinner – it really ranges from 600 to 800, depending on what I’ve had that day. If I have a smaller lunch, then more on the 800 range (like a big burrito bowl at Chipotle :D). But if I had a bigger lunch, then more towards 600. Also depends on if I want dessert, so I may make room for that. It’s all depending on how you slice up your total for the day ????

      Hours that I fast: I usually have my first meal at lunch (noonish) – sometimes a small snack before then around 10, like an apple or protein bar – but only if I’m really hungry. Then dinner at 6ish and dessert usually around 8-9. So that’s a good 14-16 hours that I fast.

      Now, that window isn’t super strict. There’s really not a right or wrong way when it comes to Intermittent Fasting, just basically try and skip breakfast and push your first meal of the day to 4-6 hours after waking. Since I usually get up at 7am, breaking the fast at 12pm works for me. But it’s not “strict”, and likewise I wouldn’t get hung up on the fasting window. Again, just start with skipping breakfast… That’s the easiest way to jump into it ????

      Hope this helps!

      Emily

  • Kaitlyn Huff

    I’ve been thinking about purchasing the Kinonody workout but do you have to have a gym membership or can I do it from home with free weights? I really don’t enjoy going to the gym and it doesn’t fit my schedule right now since I have a 6 month old, no sitter, and only one car that my husband needs for work.

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Hey Kaitlyn! Thanks so much for the comment and sorry for the delayed response. I would definitely not get discouraged from following the program if you don’t have a gym membership… I myself don’t really enjoy going to the gym and are able to follow the program no problem with a set of dumbbells I have at home!

      To make it easier since you will eventually start to go up in your weights you might want to invest in a pair of adjustable dumbbells. These are the ones that I use and absolutely love – http://amzn.to/2lvSg8t.

      Hope this helps a bit! Let me know if you have an another questions! Good luck with the program 🙂

      Emily

  • Lily White

    This is a great article. I am doing my research on the kinobody goddess toning program & so far don’t think i can be more impressed:) Im nervous & excited to get started:):) I am sick of hiit training & low carb 😐

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Hi Lily!

      Thank you so much for the positive feedback and I’m happy you discovered the blog… I totally agree with you on the whole food and diet part being imperative to getting the results you want!

      I really hope you’re enjoying the Kinobody program and seeing the results that you want it really has changed my life in such a positive way! I now look at fitness and dieting in a completely different way than I used to… I didn’t think it could be as enjoyable as it has been!

      If you haven’t noticed all of my recipes on the blog include nutritional info/macros so you can track macros on your program. Also if you search Kinobody on the blog you will find some more recipes that have macros more inline with the program. I want to thank you again for the all the kind words, I really appreciate the support!

      My goal is to make healthy cooking easier and also delicious so that this whole fitness thing can be way more enjoyable 🙂

      If you have any questions about anything please don’t hesitate.

      Emily

  • LeeAnn Prentiss

    Hi, are there actual work out plans that are given for the 3 days a week?my main struggle is getting to the gym then not knowing what to do , which is usually why I end up on a cardio machine ha! Thank you

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Hi LeeAnn! Haha I totally get that!

      Yes with this program you get a set workout for each day along with video tutorials for each exercise… so it keeps the guess work out of it which I love! I hate getting to the gym and having no idea where to begin and with this there are no questions 🙂

      Hope this was helpful and if you have any other questions please don’t hesitate.

      Good luck!

      Emily

      • bew-t

        Did you get the basic program or more? I got the basic program and I’m kind of confused how I’m really going to lose weight with all this eating and some weight training. If I don’t feel like I’m working out enough should I add more reps with the weights?

        • Cookinguphappiness

          I used the basic program – are you talking about the coaching program upgrade? I did the self-guided one and just did the program myself 🙂

          And I totally get it! When it comes to the nutrition, I’ve always thought that the “less is more” route was the way to go for weight loss… But that’s kind of the beauty of Kinobody. When you do the math, you can actually have a lot more than you think and still be in a ‘calorie deficit’. And when you go TOO low – like just eating salads and such – for too long, you do more harm than good since your metabolism essentially grinds to a halt and that makes fat loss so much more complicated.

          As for working out, that’s one of the biggest differences – you won’t leave the gym feeling half dead lol. And that’s the point, too. You’re not spending hours on a treadmill each week, and when you’re in the gym, you’re pushing for more reps or increasing the weight. If you don’t feel like you’re challenging yourself enough DURING the workouts, then I’d suggest moving up in weights instead of adding more reps – or instead of trying to do MORE in terms of exercises or workouts.

          It’s very much a different method of working out (and eating), and likely WAY different from anything you’ve done before – it’s 100% the opposite of the classic “do a bunch of cardio and only eat salads” thing.

          I recommend just following the program to a T. Do the math on how many macros/calories you’re supposed to be having, plug that into a calorie tracker like My Fitness Pal (or whichever one you prefer) and give it a try for a few months. Do the workouts as they’re laid out – and try really pushing for adding weight to the exercises – and just give it some time. Even if you don’t feel like it’s working, just trust the process and give it a few months 🙂

  • bew-t

    I just started and I find it so hard to eat all the food I’m supposed to be eating (even with my deficit) – I honesty am not hungry until around 2pm but it’s hard for me.

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Haha I wish I had that problem! From my experience, there are a couple things you can do in this case… I’d definitely focus on getting in your protein each day, so if you’re struggling to hit that number, then you may wanna just get a higher quality protein powder and have a scoop or two during the day (in a shake). That way you should at least be able to hit your protein. My favorite is Legion’s new chocolate whey protein powder (http://amzn.to/2lBR33N). It’s actually delicious, lol.

      If you’re struggling to hit your carbs, then I’d try switching out what you’re eating for a carb source that’s less filling. For me personally, I fill up more with potatoes than rice, so when I wanna stay within my deficit, I opt for the potatoes. If I need to eat a little more (like a refeed day), then I’ll have rice – like a burrito bowl from Chipotle.

      Hope this helps!

  • Mia Shabsove

    Hello!

    Really enjoyed this review, it was super informative! I’m really curious about starting this program, I think it sounds much easier with just 2.5 meals a day and only 3 workouts a week compared to other programs I’ve tried in the past. But my main concern is with the calorie counting. Do you have to pay super close attention to counting your calories every day? I’m kind of worried that would become an obsession and less of a benefit.

    • Cookinguphappiness

      Hey Mia!!

      So glad to hear you found my review super helpful! When it comes to the calorie counting I would say its super important especially at the beginning. If you’re goal is to loss any kind of body fat its really important to dial in the nutrition right away. I think it also makes you really aware of serving sizes and just overall portion control. Once you get an idea of what that looks like you can probably not be as crazy about tracking. For me I do much better when I’m tracking but I tend to eat a lot of the same stuff Mon-Friday so i generally know where I’m at. Hope this was helpful just try not to overthink it 🙂

Emily Ness

Sharing a passion for food and fitness to live a healthy lifestyle - with the occasional hint of chocolate.

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