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Spring fever has officially arrived in California! And while we’re out here living our best life in the 70 degree sun, we wanted a coffee for the occasion. This month's blend is bursting with light, fruity flavors and all the spring you need to crush your workouts this season. We present to you: Fruity Kilos.  For those who are familiar with our favorite coffee connoisseur Roaster Dave, you’ll appreciate that he has one thing to say: “This is just a really great blend.” With 4 different coffees in this blend, it has everything you want in a coffee in April. ...

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  Every month, we choose a new Coffee of the Month based on what we think you’ll like! And this month we rallied behind a full-bodied, caramel, smooth, nutty, light roast we thought was perfect for February. Naturally, we named it Baby Brewth! The beans in this blend traveled all the way from Costa Rica and India. We put together a Costa Rican Arabica (for the flavor) and Indian Cherry Robusta (for the extra caffeine) and boom—Baby Brewth was born.  (Fun fact: All C&K blends have a mix of Robusta and Arabica beans to maximize the flavor and caffeine content....

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Congratulations! You’re over halfway done with CK3K! But there’s still work left to do. To help you finish strong, we’ve made a list of all the benefits you’ll reap from keeping up with your squats. Increased strength. Duh. Squats target your glutes, quads, hamstrings, calves, hip flexors, and core muscles. So, you’re building strength across the board, which transfers over to every other movement you make. Except maybe bicep curls, but probably also bicep curls. Caloric burn. Another no-brainer. You burn about 32 calories for every 100 squats (if you’re an average human). So, by doing 100 squats a day...

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Having trouble finding motivation? Welcome to 2020. Here are 5 ways to get back on track when you find yourself in a funk.   Set a goal. The number one way to find that fire again is to set a SMART goal — Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-based. Write it down, say it out loud, and come back to it every time you’re feeling funky. Setting a goal for yourself gives you something to work toward and is essential in getting (and staying) motivated.  Find friends. Surrounding yourself with hard-working, motivated people will rub off on you. It’s science. (We're pretty sure.)...

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  Here’s list of the 7 most common mistakes you’re making before the gym – and solutions to help you make the most of your next sweat sesh.     Mistake #1: Overeating. Crushing a workout after a heavy meal is nearly impossible. You’re uncomfortable, your stomach is working too hard and you feel too massive for peak performance. Solution: Give yourself a two-hour window between a big meal and a workout. This will give your body enough time to digest your food, store some energy and prepare for exercise. Plus you’ll feel better so you’ll work harder. Easy win.   Mistake #2:...

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