Some things that we can do. We work really long hours at the office and we don't have to actually go to the gym. There certain things we can do around the office or on your way to work or from work that you can get a little workout in. For example, you know, parking your car at the end of the parking lot or taking your bike to work or walking to work or running to work. Instead of taking the elevator, take the stairs. Um, your office, you can do push ups. You can do burpees. You can do dips off your chair. There are certain little things we can do anywhere we are that we can get something in while we're busy at work. I'm sure you have a break here and there, why not, you know, while you go to lunch, instead of taking the elevator, take the stairs up and down. You know take it a couple of times if you have time. It's still something even though it's minor. It's still something that you can get in during the day while you're working and get something in that'll be a little more active than, you know, whatever you may do for work and you can get a little workout in. So, there's a lot of things at the office you can do. You really think outside the box to get our heart rates up and get a workout in. You know, it kinda goes hand in hand when it comes to eating and working out. It seems like when we stop working out we start eating unhealthy. But when you start working out, you start eating healthy cause it's like you want to do both of them. You have to do both of them at the same time and they go hand in hand because they kind of attract each other. So when stop working out cause we're working such long hours at the office, we start to eat things that are right there and easy to grab and aren't so healthy. So they kinda go hand in hand. And then before you know it, you're in this downward spiral of not working out and eating bad. And before you know it, you've gained 10 20 pounds and you're like depressed. So, I think it's good to do something because it's gonna keep you in that mind frame of just staying healthy.