I mean, I've had a lot. The biggest thing, sometimes you just got to grit your teeth, put your head down, and shut up and swim. You're going to have practices like that. I think my most recent one I had was-- I mean, I've had a couple, but the biggest one this year was sometime during Christmas training. I think it was December 16. Yeah. It's fresh. It's fresh in my mind. December 16. It was a long course practice, and it was just aerobic. And I was cramping the whole two hours. As soon as I dove in, I was cramping. So I didn't miss anything. If I would cramp, I'd just grit my teeth, sink down to the bottom of the pool, stretch it out, and then keep going. I mean, I got lapped so many times, but that's just one of those practices like I'm talking about where my body was not there. And it was laughable. I was still having a good time, which I think was important, but my goal that practice was to finish a practice. I wasn't fast. I was terrible. I was so bad. I mean, every time I pushed off the wall, cramp. But worked through it, grit my teeth, and just finished the workout. Sometimes you have to have that mindset of just absolutely barreling through it. So that one, as of recently, was physically my most painful, and it was not fast at all. So and I've had some that are extremely painful, but I'm also going fast. We had a short course practice sometime in February, and it was fast aerobic 150s on really short interval. Basically descend 1 to 3 to all out. And that was one where I mean, I was hurting. It hurt so bad, but I was flying. So you'll have practices like that, where the speed's still there. And you'll have some, like the one December 16, where the speed is not there, both of which I think are appropriate and both of which I think are going to make you better.