I often work out 5 afternoons each week, and periodically I take a split during the week and I will go to the gym on Friday or Thursday, however I usually task out every day during the task week; My gym is just around the corner from my task, and I purposely planned that when I became a member of that fitness center, then and it would be self-explanatory to go right to the gym after task and I knew that I would not have any excuse not to exercise, however in the past more than five weeks, I was able to to get rid of about 50 lb. I follow a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins. I also always manage my carb intake. When the fitness center shut down due to Coronavirus, I had to start finally working out at home. I bought a rowing device and a fitness bike. I still workout every day, and I still do not have any excuses, however since I'm finally working from home, I'm still just around the corner from the gym, but unluckily, I have noticed that the A/C runs much more always when I am finally working out at home. I assume the first A/C bill is going to be much higher than usual, however every time I task up a sweat, I adjust the temperature control, but now I have the temperature control programmed so the temperature is five degrees lower during the 2 minutes I spend finally working out each day. It’s a lot more comfortable than the gym, however I’m running my A/C ragged. If the energy bill isn't twice as much money, I will be very surprised.