While most of us were probably watching the footy on Friday night, watching your favourite show, enjoying an end of week drink or just tucked up in bed, NSW police officer Todd Cremer was out working hard.
No, he wasn't pounding the pavement or out on the beat, but the Senior Constable was pushing himself to the limit at Kangaroo Valley Showground, in.
Todd spent 10 hours Friday night and Saturday morning on World Suicide Prevention Day, raising funds to go towards trying to stop youth suicide.
For 10 hours he burpeed - you know that dreaded exercise that starts with a push up followed by a leap into the year - around the Valley Showground, raising funds for the ALIVE Project, a community-driven organisation dedicated to ending suicide in young people in Australia.
In a sensational effort the 37-year-old, self-confessed 'fitness nut' has raised more than $30,000 - and performed 5102 burpees along the way.
Speaking on Monday, he said his body felt "fine" just a "bit tight".
"It was worse Sunday, anything I dropped on the ground was staying there," he said.
"I was honestly surprised I managed as many burpees as I did and to raise more than $30,000 was incredible. I'm extremely grateful of everyone's support. It's just been fantastic."
And while he would have been happy to just raise $1000, he said topping $30,000 had "blown him away".
"When I set up my fundraising limit on the website I stated $100,000, I had to set something," he said.
"Honestly, I would have been happy with $1000. When I got $100 I thought 'great we are away.' Then we climbed to $1000, then onto $4000."
It was $9500 by the time he started his marathon effort.