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Pop The Top Off Your Coconut In Under 5 Seconds With The Coco Jack [GIVEAWAY]

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*Disclosure: Coco Jack graciously sent us a sample pack to test out. This review is otherwise unsponsored and only reflects the opinions of Lean It UP.

Cuckoo for coconuts? We’re about to make your life oh-so-much easier. Meet the Coco Jack — your gateway to an on-demand tropical oasis, whenever, wherever. Heaven just got a little bit more accessible. With a straw and all.

If you’ve ever tried to indulge a young thai coconut (or failed miserably), you know the pain. They’re borderline impossible to open without complete mutilation and/or chopping off one of your fingers. And when the piña coladas start flowing, machetes aren’t exactly a smart option.

The Coco Jack changes EVERYTHING. It’s a brutally simple, thoroughly mandatory, fun-as-hell addition to any savvy summer bartender’s arsenal. Using a fat yellow mallet and their unique Coco Jack tool—complete with shock absorption—it’s as simple as popping the jack on the crown of the coconut, taking aim, and going to town.

BAM. In sub 5 seconds you’ve got full access to a vat of tropically refreshing, hydrating, electrolyte-dense coconut water — sans coconut shards, coco-explosions, or frustrating tantrums.

Opening coconuts has never been more painless OR enjoyable. It’s addicting and a little bit maniacal. I clearly had WAY too much fun with it.

 

And it gets better. The Coco Pack comes stocked with a scooper tool, which excavates the coconut’s hard-to-reach interior and shaves off all of the meat.

Combined, water + meat, coconuts boast one of richest sources of lauric acid—an antiviral, antimicrobial medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) that’s been shown to boost health, rev calorie burn, improve the skin, and reduce body fat %—and provide a well of hydrating electrolytes, including potassium and magnesium (1 cup of coco water packs 42% more potassium than a banana).12345678

So go ahead, get cracking and pop the top off a few coconuts. They’re killer as a post-workout recovery tonic. And thanks to the guys over at Coco Jack, we’re giving away 1-2 Coco Jack DELUXE Packs totally GRATIS.

 

The Coco Jack x Lean It UP Giveaway


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In coordination with Coco Jack, we’re giving away 1 Coco Pack DELUXE to all Lean It UP readers (retails for $102). And if 100+ people enter, we’ll double down and give out a second deluxe pack. Tell your friends to JOIN UP.

Using the box below, you’re eligible for a total of SEVEN entries by tweeting about the giveaway and/or following LIUP + Coco Jack on social media (and if you’ve already liked/followed us, just claim your entry).

We fully encourage you to share the giveaway and enter as many times as possible. More actions = more entries and a greater shot at getting your hands all over a Coco Jack.

  • Prizes: One (1) Coco Pack DELUXE. Two (2) at 100+ entrants.
  • End date: The giveaway closes on July 14th, 2014. We’ll announce the winners during the following week.
  • Eligibility: Entries are open to anyone living in the US. Prizes are limited to one (1) box per person.

Get One: Coco-Jack.com, $42 and up.

And if you don’t want to wait and end up winning, Coco Jack will refund your money, bump you up to a Deluxe Pack, and throw in a free t-shirt or tank. Use code LEANITUP for 10% off at checkout.

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Bryan DiSanto

Bryan DiSanto

Founder & Editor-in-Chief at Lean It UP
ELLO ELLO I'm Bryan DiSanto. I'm the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Lean It UP, a CPT/CSN/Fitness Coach, Chef trained at Le Cordon Bleu – Paris, NYU graduate, ex-fat kid, and all-around fitness junkie.

I also contribute to Men's Health Magazine.

When I'm not working on my abs (or somebody else’s), whipping up avocado roses and avocado toast, or running a Tough Mudder, I'm probably yelling at a Carolina Panthers game somewhere.

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References, Notes, Links

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  8. Arunima S, Rajamohan T. Influence of virgin coconut oil-enriched diet on the transcriptional regulation of fatty acid synthesis and oxidation in rats – a comparative study. Br J Nutr. 2014 May 28;111(10):1782-90. []