Competition Alert: 2015 Caffeine and Kilos Invitational Info and FAQ

August 19, 2015

The guys at Caffeine and Kilos are getting ready for their 2015 C&K Invitational competition that’s going down on September 19th in Nor Cal. Check out these videos for all the info you’ll need. The $17,000 prize purse will definitely draw in some legit athletes!

Event info from www.CaffeineandKilos.com…

The Caffeine and Kilos Invitational is in it’s third year as a premier team competition being held in Sacramento, CA, at the McClellan Convention Center. There are two categories, Rx and Scaled. Each team is comprised of 2 males and 2 females. Along side the team competition, there will be a Major Weightlifting meet hosting the best lifters in the country. All teams will also receive; free entry to watch the best weightlifters in the country go head-to-head, free drink tickets for after party, exclusive Caffeine and Kilos competitor shirt!

McClellan Conference Center

2015 Caffeine and Kilos Invitational

Are you ready?!?! 2015 Caffeine and Kilos Invitational is right around the corner. The C&K crew give you a quick tour of the venue and what you have to look forward to.

 


Common questions to be answered by the C&K guys about the C&K Invitational September 19th.




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