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2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup Winners and Results

2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

XCalibur Cup
August, 1            
WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY WEST CHESTER, PA
Organizer: Gary Udit
Phone: 723-600-4377
Website: www.npcxcalibur.com
Event: NPC

West Chester University was the place to see top athletes battle it out in the Asplundh Concert Hall Castle at the Gym Heroes 2015 NPC XCalibur Cup! Congratulations to all participants of the 2015 NPC XCalibur Cup held in West Chester, Pennsylvania. The championships included events such as bodybuilding, physique, bikini, and figure. This national qualifier show hosted many great looking competitors from around the nations. HGH.com, leading manufacturer of HGH and bodybuilding supplements is proud to share the winners from each event. 

Following are the top overall winners for each of the events:

Men's Bodybuilding Guest Poser
1. GUY CISTERNINO

2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

          2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

GUY CISTERNINO
Guest Poser



Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding
1. TAVISH STEELE
2. STEVE JOHNSON
 

TAVISH STEELE Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding Winner (1st) 2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

          STEVE JOHNSON Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding (2nd) 2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

TAVISH STEELE
Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding Winner (1st)
STEVE JOHNSON
Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding (2nd)

 

Heavyweight Bodybuilding
1. ANDREW KASTOR
2. JOHNNY REBICH
3. JONATHAN ZENG 4. JARED HAAS
5. BILL LOWINSKI

Light Heavyweight Bodybuilding
1. JOSEPH KNOX
2. LUIS A CAMILO
3. TYLER CAPARONI
4. KYLE HOPKINS

Middleweight Bodybuilding
1. CARLOS YOVANI SALAS
2. CHRISTOPHER DOWNIE
3. BRANDON DIEC

Novice Heavyweight Bodybuilding
1. JOHNNY REBICH
2. JONATHAN ZENG 3. JARED HAAS

Novice Light Heavyweight Bodybuilding
1. JOSEPH KNOX
2. LUIS A CAMILO
3. TYLER CAPARONI
4. PARDOVANI DOMINIQUE

Novice Middleweight Bodybuilding
1. CARLOS YOVANI SALAS
2. BRANDON DIEC

Teen Bodybuilding
1. HUNTER SCHMECHPEPER

Bantamweight Bodybuilding
1. HUNTER SCHMECHPEPER

Masters Over 35 Bodybuilding
1. CARLOS YOVANI SALAS
2. STEVE JOHNSON
3. BILL LOWINSKI

Masters Over 45 Bodybuilding
1. STEVE JOHNSON
2. BILL LOWINSKI
3. MICHAEL GILETTO

Figure Class A
1. KATELYN SLOAD

KATELYN SLOAD Figure Class A Overall (1st) 2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

            Jaimie Byerly Figure Class B Overall (1st) 2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

KATELYN SLOAD
Figure Class A Overall (1st)
Jaimie Byerly
Figure Class B Overall (1st)

 

Figure Class B
1. JAIMIE BYERLY
2. SAMANTHA FORD
3. JESSICA MOYER
4. VERONICA M LOPEZ

Figure Class C
1. JACKALYN KNOX
2. LEAH CLARK

Figure Novicel
1. JAIMIE BYERLY
2. KATELYN SLOAD

Figure True Novicel
1. JAIMIE BYERLY
2. JACKALYN KNOX
3. ANNA SPATOLA

Figure Masters l
1. JESSICA MOYER

Bikini Class A
1. AMANDA WERNER
2. VALERIE SPINELLI
3. LAUREN JACOBSEN
4. ALISON HAASE
5. ALLI SZLEC

AMANDA WERNER Bikini Class A Overall (1st) 2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

           VALERIE SPINELLI Bikini Class A Overall (2nd) 2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

AMANDA WERNER
Bikini Class A Overall (1st)
VALERIE SPINELLI
Bikini Class A Overall (2nd)

 
Bikini Class B
1. SARAH AKSDAL
2. STEFANI ELLERMAN
3. BETH CAROL

Bikini Class C
1. KIMBERLY SHAY
2. ALLY GABRIELSEN
3. JACLYN JACOBSEN
4. ERIN SMITH

Bikini Novice Class A
1. AMANDA WERNER
2. VALERIE SPINELLI
3. LAUREN JACOBSEN
4. ALLI SZLEC
5. CATHERINE FACCIOLLI

Bikini Novice Class B
1. SARAH AKSDAL
2. VIERA DUDOVA
3. STEFANI ELLERMAN
4. ALLY GABRIELSEN
5. CRISTINA ANTONELLI

Bikini True Novice
1. AMANDA WERNER
2. ALLY GABRIELSEN
3. CATHERINE FACCIOLLI
4. BETH CAROL
5. HOPE CULLER

Bikini Masters
1. KIMBERLY SHAY
2. VIERA DUDOVA
3. HOPE CULLER
4. NATALIE REIMER
5. LINDSEY WASNIAK

Mens Physique Class A
1. ZACH COHEN
2. DONALD MCCALL
3. STEVEN REICH

ZACH COHEN Physique Class A Overall (1st) 2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

           DONALD MCCALL Physique Class A Overall (2nd) 2015 NPC Xcalibur Cup

ZACH COHEN
Physique Class A Overall (1st)
DONALD MCCALL
Physique Class A Overall (2nd)


Mens Physique Class B
1. WARREN OSTIN
2. ANTHONY BARBERA III
3. KEVIN MARKHAMbr /> 4. COREY JAMES
5. GIORGIO ATHANS

Mens Physique Class C
1. MAURICIO LAMARIE
2. PAULIE BENVENUTO
3. BRANDON DACRUZ
4. CHRISTOPHER CORSALE
5. CHRISTOPHER HOUSEL

Mens Physique Novice
1. ANTHONY BARBERA III
2. ZACH COHEN
3. BRANDON FITTS
4. BRANDON DACRUZ
5. PAULIE BENVENUTO

Mens Physique True Novice
1. ANTHONY BARBERA III
2. ZACH COHEN
3. BRANDON FITTS
4. BRANDON DACRUZ
5. DAVID QAWASMY

Mens Physique Masters
1. MAURICIO LAMARIE
2. CHRISTOPHER CORSALE
3. JEREMY FOSTER

Womens Bodybuilding
1. DEBRA BARRA

Congratulations to all of the competitors who participated in the 2015 NPC xcalibur cup. To see all NPC results and photos visit - <http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2015/npc_xcalibur_cup/>

Be sure to visit the HGH.com blog regularly for the results of other upcoming bodybuilding and fitness competitions.

 

 




GABA Benefits, Uses, Side Effects and Functions

Discover the Function, Sources and Benefits of the Health Supplement Ingredient Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, or GABA

Gamma-aminobutyric acid, more commonly known as GABA, is a non-protein amino acid that functions as a neurotransmitter. GABA and its precursor, glutamate, are the most abundant neurotransmitters in the central nervous system, particularly in the cerebral cortex. Glutamate is an excitatory neurotransmitter while GABA is an inhibitory neurotransmitter, so their actions are complementary. In addition to being produced within the body, GABA is also available as an ingredient in select health and bodybuilding supplements such as HGF MAX and HGH 30,000 Nanograms spray.

Functions of GABA

As an inhibitory neurotransmitter, GABA balances the excitatory effect of glutamate in the developed brain and helps to control cortical stimulation. Due to this action, GABA can have a calming or tranquilizing effect, including anxiolytic and anti-convulsive properties. Evidence suggests it may also stimulate human growth hormone (HGH) production, thereby serving as a natural HGH releaser.

Sources of GABA

GABA is produced by the body, where it is synthesized from glutamate through decarboxylation. While GABA is not naturally found in fresh foods, it can be created through lactobacillus fermentation; therefore, GABA may be consumed in fermented foods such as kimchi, sauerkraut, tempeh, miso, kefir and yogurt, as well as in GABA-fortified foods. In addition, foods that contain GABA’s precursors—glutamic acid or L-glutamine—can help boost GABA levels. Dietary sources of glutamate/glutamine include whole grains, brown rice, beef liver, pork, halibut, mackerel, lentils, broccoli, bananas and tree nuts. Vitamins B-6 and B-12 are required for GABA synthesis, so taking these vitamins may help support GABA production. Finally, GABA may also be consumed orally as an ingredient in natural dietary supplements.

GABA Benefits and Uses

Evidence has shown that GABA may help treat hypertension, so it is sometimes used in medications that are designed to lower blood pressure. The method of action appears to be due to GABA’s ability to suppress the sympathetic nervous activity that leads to high blood pressure. GABA’s anticonvulsant properties suggest that it may be effective in reducing the frequency of seizures in some individuals, while its calming effects may help reduce stress, relieve anxiety, elevate mood, and improve focus and concentration.

A number of studies have indicated that GABA may act as a natural HGH releaser, or HGH secretagogue. In light of its potential to stimulate HGH production, GABA-containing supplements are often taken to support lean muscle growth, decrease body fat and enhance exercise tolerance. Furthermore, GABA is believed to have an analgesic effect, so it may help to alleviate feelings of pain or soreness after an intense workout.

Side Effects of GABA and Potential Interactions

GABA supplementation is generally considered safe for healthy adults; no side effects have been reported at commonly administered dosages. However, since GABA has been shown to reduce blood pressure, supplements containing GABA may increase the risk of hypotension (abnormally low blood pressure) when taken in conjunction with antihypertensive drugs.

More detailed safety information on GABA side effects and interactions can be found in the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database (subscription required). As with any medication or health supplement, it is best to consult your physician before taking dietary supplements containing GABA.

GABA Research and Studies

Many researchers have explored the use of GABA to treat medical conditions such as hypertension and anxiety. Numerous animal and human studies—including some published in the British Journal of Nutrition, Journal of Physiological Anthropology, Clinical and Experimental Hypertension, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, and Transgenic Research—have revealed GABA’s ability to lower blood pressure in cases of hypertension. Other studies have demonstrated its relaxing, immunity-enhancing and anti-anxiety effects. According to an article in BioFactors, GABA not only induces relaxation but also reduces anxiety; and evidence suggests it may enhance immunity under stress conditions. An animal study published Neuroscience found that GABA decreases anxiety-like behavior in rats. Furthermore, researchers documented GABA’s neuroprotective effects in the Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, which reported that GABA-producing Lactobacillus buchneri protected neuronal cells against neurotoxicant-induced cell death. Some researchers have explored the potential of GABA to be used in an analgesic capacity for pain relief—as described in Advances in Pharmacology, Neurochemical Research and the European Journal of Pharmacology—though further evidence is needed to accurately evaluate its effectiveness for this use.

Multiple studies have indicated that GABA is capable of promoting human growth hormone (HGH) secretion; relevant findings have been published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, Acta Endocrinologica, Medicine and Sport Science, and other journals and textbooks. One study featured in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise examined the effect of GABA ingestion on immunoreactive growth hormone (irGH) and immunofunctional growth hormone (ifGH) release at rest and after exercise, and found that GABA elevates both resting and post-exercise HGH concentrations. Bodybuilders and athletes often take GABA supplements to help increase muscle growth, enhance muscle tone, burn fat and improve exercise tolerance. However, while GABA has been shown to stimulate HGH secretion, further clinical studies are needed to prove a direct correlation between GABA and other purported health and fitness benefits.

For additional GABA research, refer to the PubMed site sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

HGH.com Supplements With GABA

Athletes, bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts can leverage the potential benefits of GABA through natural health and bodybuilding supplements from HGH.com:

HGF MAX – Purity Select HGF MAX is intended to boost HGH production with a proprietary blend of ingredients, including GABA and key amino acids. This powerful dietary supplement can help improve muscle tone, build muscle, promote fat loss, boost energy and increase metabolism.

HGH Spray – HGH 30,000 Nanograms is designed to stimulate HGH release through a combination of GABA, L-group amino acids and other natural ingredients. Available in a convenient spray form, this product is formulated to support muscle growth, mass gain, fat burning and other benefits.

References (Function, Sources, Benefits/Uses and Side Effects/Interactions):

Clark, Josh. “Can Food Make People Happy?”; How Stuff Works; accessed May 13, 2015. <http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/food-happiness1.htm>

Examine.com. “GABA”; published under “Supplements”; accessed May 13, 2015. <http://examine.com/supplements/GABA>

Haas, Ryan. “The Effectiveness of GABA as a Weightlifting Supplement”; published in the “Sports and Fitness” section on Livestrong.com; October 24, 2013. <http://www.livestrong.com/article/442474-the-effectiveness-of-gaba-weight-lifting-supplement>

Hunt Renee. “A List of Foods With the Highest GABA”; published in the “Food and Health” section on Livestrong.com; April 19, 2015. <http://www.livestrong.com/article/478780-a-list-of-foods-with-the-highest-gaba>

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database. “GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid)”; Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database; updated April 9, 2014. <http://naturaldatabase.therapeuticresearch.com/nd/Search.aspx?cs=&s=ND&pt=100&id=464&fs=ND&searchid=51623304>

Petroff, Ognen A.C. “GABA and Glutamate in the Human Brain”; Neuroscientist; December 2002. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12467378>

Stellpflug, Craig. “For a Healthy Brain and Nervous System – Gotta Have GABA”; Natural News; August 13, 2012. <http://www.naturalnews.com/036778_GABA_brain_health_nervous_system.html>

WebMD and Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database. “GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid)”; published under “Vitamins & Supplements”; accessed May 13, 2015. <http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-464-gaba%20%28gamma-aminobutyric%20acid%29.aspx?activeingredientid=464&activeingredientname=gaba%20%28gamma-aminobutyric%20acid%29>

Research Sources:

Abdou, Adham M.; S. Higashiguchi; et al. “Relaxation and Immunity Enhancement Effects of Aamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) Administration in Humans”; BioFactors; 2006. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16971751>

Cavagnini, Francesco; Giampiero Benetti; et al. “Effect of Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid on Growth Hormone and Prolactin Secretion in Man: Influence of Pimozide and Domperidone”; The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism; October 1980. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7419665>

Cavagnini, Francesco; Cecilia Invitti; et al. “Effect of Acute and Repeated Administration of Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) on Growth Hormone and Prolactin Secretion in Man”; Acta Endocrinologica; February 1980. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7376786>

Cho, Yu Ran; Ji Yoon Chang; and Hae Choon Chang. “Production of β-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) by Lactobacillus Buchneri Isolated from Kimchi and Its Neuroprotective Effect on Neuronal Cells”; Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology; January 2007. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18051360>

Enna, S.J. and Kenneth E. McCarson. “The Role of GABA in the Mediation and Perception of Pain”; Advances in Pharmacology; 2006. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17175808>

Hayakawaa, Kazuhito; Masayuki Kimura; et al. “Effect of a Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid-Enriched Dairy Product on the Blood Pressure of Spontaneously Hypertensive and Normotensive Wistar-Kyoto Rats”; British Journal of Nutrition; September 2004. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15469644>

Kowaka, Emi; Yasuka Shimajiri; et al. “Field Trial of GABA-Fortified Rice Plants and Oral Administration of Milled Rice in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats”; Transgenic Research; December 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25542346>

McCarson, Kenneth E. and S.J. Enna. “GABA Pharmacology: The Search for Analgesics”; Neurochemical Research; October 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24532294>

Munro, Gordon; Rikke R. Hansen; and Naheed R. Mirza. “GABA(A) Receptor Modulation: Potential to Deliver Novel Pain Medicines?”; European Journal of Pharmacology; September 15, 2013. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23500203>

Okita, Yoshimitsu; Harunobu Nakamura; et al. “Effects of Vegetable Containing Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid on the Cardiac Autonomic Nervous System in Healthy Young People”; Journal of Physiological Anthropology; 2009. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19483370>

Powers, M. “GABA Supplementation and Growth Hormone Response”; Medicine and Sport Science; 2012. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23075553>

Powers, Michael E.; Joshua F. Yarrow; et al. “Growth Hormone Isoform Responses to GABA Ingestion at Rest and after Exercise”; Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise; January 2008. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18091016>

Shimada, Morio; Takashi Hasegawa; et al. “Anti-Hypertensive Effect of Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)-Rich Chlorella on High-Normal Blood Pressure and Borderline Hypertension in Placebo-Controlled Double Blind Study”; Clinical and Experimental Hypertension; June 2009. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19811362>

Vaz, Gisele Cristiane; Ana Paula Oliveira Bahia; et al. “Cardiovascular and Behavioral Effects Produced by Administration of Liposome-Entrapped GABA Into the Rat Central Nervous System”; Neuroscience; January 29, 2015. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25446344>

Yoshimura, Mineka; Tohru Toyoshi; et al. “Antihypertensive Effect of a γ-Aminobutyric Acid Rich Tomato Cultivar ‘DG03-9’ in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats”; Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry; January 13, 2010. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20050705>




Muscle Recovery Tips to Help You Get the Most out of Your Workout

Maximize Your Workout by Letting Your Muscles Recover

Just because you want to see results faster, doesn't mean you have to workout every single day. It can actually be counterproductive when you don't give your muscles enough time to recover.

Resting between each set is as important as letting your muscles recover after a workout. The right muscle recovery supplements can help you recuperate more quickly, allowing you to increase your workout cycles.

How long should you rest between sets? Is there a certain amount of hours or days you have to wait before working out again? Whether you're a bodybuilder, weight trainer, fitness fanatic or athlete, you need to make sure you give your muscles time to rejuvenate. We've pulled together a few YouTube videos and created a Pinterest board with helpful tips and tricks for maximizing your workout by allowing your muscles to rest and recuperate.

Rest Periods Between Sets: One Size Does Not Fit All

The amount of rest you need between each set isn't necessarily going to be the same as the person next to you in the gym. Depending upon your fitness goals, you may need rest more or less between sets. For example, if you want to lose fat, your rest time will be much less than if you're looking for strength or muscle gain. In the video below, Brad Gouthro sheds some light on the ideal amount of time you need to rest based upon your specific needs. But don't think you just have to sit idly by when the rest period is longer, Brad shares how to get the most out of your workout recovery and rest time. He also shares his top 5 reasons why resting between sets is so incredibly important.

How to Encourage Muscle Recovery

Wondering what helps most with muscle recovery after weightlifting? Certified Personal Trainer, Natalie Jill, shares some useful tips of what you can do to help your muscles recuperate after weight training. She explains good pain versus bad pain, along with different types of muscle soreness, in this short video.

 

How Many Days Per Week Should You Rest Your Muscles?

No matter what type of workout or athleticism you prefer, you always need to give your muscles the opportunity to rest and rejuvenate for optimum results. Take the video below from freeverticaljumptraining.com, for example. Jacob explains why it's important to allow your muscles, tendons and nervous system time to recover.

Improve Muscle Recovery Time with Natural Supplements

Looking to speed up the muscle recovery time? Bodybuilders, weightlifters and fitness fanatics alike, can reap the benefits of muscle recovery supplements by Purity Select.

For rapid muscle recovery and gains, take a look at the natural HGH and bodybuilding supplements ideal for muscle recovery. These supplements can also provide you with increased energy, enhanced muscle tone, greater strength, better sleep and a stronger immune system.

Bodybuilding Tips for Muscle Recovery on Pinterest

Check out this special selection of pins on the HGH.com Muscle Recovery Pinterest Board.

Follow Bodybuilding's board Muscle Recovery on Pinterest.

 




Human Growth Hormones and Bodybuilding - Why You Use HGH for Bodybuilding

 
HGH Spray by HGH.com is a great way to boost your 
HGH Levels without taking a pill

Why are Human Growth Hormones Used for Bodybuilding?

If you haven't read some of my other blog posts, you can also read about why HGH is used for Bodybuilding Supplementation here. It is important to know the contribution of human growth hormones in relation to bodybuilding. The pituitary gland produces them so that the human body can grow and change. I've said it before - the level of production will fall over time since adults eventually reach their full height and cease growing.

You may also have heard that bodybuilders tend to use HGHwhen they are going to the gym and working through an exercise program. Has this caused you to wonder why they would take a supplement for something that their body was making by itself?

Note - there are 2 ways to get added HGH in your body. One is thru injection, which requires a doctors prescription and is the most potent, and the other is to take natural supplements and have your body produce more of your own HGH naturally. The latter is what we sell at http://www.hgh.com and to which I'm a fan of. The HGH Spray in our picture can be found here: http://www.hgh.com/hgh-spray-30000.aspx

Extra Human Growth Hormones Lead to Better Bodybuilding Results

The first thing that you should know is that human growth hormones for bodybuilding are not taken because a person wants to have an average body. (Note, some HGH Releasers are meant for body maintenance. Not everyone wants to be a professional bodybuilder and wants to be huge, and that is one more reason why HGH supplements can be so great - they can get you lean and/or BIG!). However, many people want to bulk up and gain muscle mass. They want to add weight to their frame as quickly as possible, but they do not want to add adipose tissue. Also, you have to consider how the body reduces its production levels for the hormones. While people may naturally have some hormones in their bodies, the levels will just be high enough to maintain their physique. If they want to get ripped quickly, they cannot count on these alone.

Furthermore, you have to look at the way that human growth hormones can help muscles recover. They promote the regeneration of tissues. They can help people recover after injuries, and they can also keep injuries from occurring in the first place. Injuries are a constant threat to people who are pushing their bodies to the limit in an athletic fashion, so having some protection against getting hurt can be very nice.

Human Growth Hormones and Muscle Creation

Finally, you must consider how human growth hormones for bodybuilding are used to create more muscle mass. Consider the way that muscles are built up through weight lifting:
  • Free weights are used, pushing the muscles to the max.
  • These muscles break down, causing soreness and fatigue.
  • Over time, the muscles naturally build back up again.
  • The new muscles build up to be ready for the exercise that occurred previously; this is the body's way of adapting.
  • Overall muscle mass is gained.
  • This process is repeated until the person has significantly grown stronger.
Regeneration is a part of the process and recovery makes the body stronger, creating muscle mass. If something can accelerate this process in a safe manner, it can cause muscles to be created more quickly than would ever be possible without assistance. This new muscle mass will be hard, strong, and long-lasting.
Bodybuilders need to be able to achieve the fastest level of growth that they can if they are going to compete. They need to get the most out of every single trip to the gym. Human growth hormones will not create muscles out of nothing, but they will make it so that all of the work at the gym produces positive results.

It is best to consult with your physician before taking any form of human growth hormones. This method bodybuilders often use is not right for everyone.






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