We work out with water bottles. We work out with foam rollers. Bringing both everywhere can be a hassle, so we combined the two. It’s that simple. So whether you roll out before yoga, your run or a hockey game, our water bottle sleeve will get your muscles loosened up and ready to go.
Reminder To Roll
Many people own foam rollers, but don't use them nearly as often as they should. We believe that if your foam roller comes with you to all your workouts, you will use it more often. When you use your foam roller more often you will perform better and stay injury free.
Loosen Up Pre Workout And Improve Flexibility
While stretching can be a great way to gain flexibility, it can only get you part way there. Foam rolling helps with myofascial release, which breaks up overly tense and adhering connective tissue in our body. When our tissues glide smoother, we can improve a stretch or activity as well as relieve tension from our joints.
We know how hard injuries can be to deal with. Our foam roller will allow you to recover from injury and get back in the game quicker.
For when your not working out, take it anywhere you want and it keeps your drink cool and refreshing, it’s the athletes’ Koozie.
On the ground with bottlebark positioned under calf: For more intensity raise your body off the ground using your hands to put pressure on the calf muscle, cross one leg on top of the other For less intensity put more of your weight on your hands and glutes and less pressure on the calf muscle
Sit on the foam roller and roll while seated For more intensity Cross one leg over the other so you are stretching the glute while rolling over it For less intensity Put more pressure onto your hands and feet which should relieve pressure off your glute
Lie on your side with the bottlebark under your thigh, roll from just below your hip to just above your knee For more intensity Bring your feet off the ground so only your forearm is touching the ground For less intensity Place your upper foot on the ground to relieve pressure
Lie on your back with bottlebark, tighten your core and roll carefully up and down your upper back Rest your glutes on the floor occasionally to relieve pressure Use caution with this exercise
Gwen Jorgensen – 2012 Olympic Triathlete & First woman to claim 6 World Triathlon Series titles
My on-the-go lifestyle always has me looking for spare room in my suitcase. Having to pack a water bottle plus a foam roller can take up valuable space. How awesome that Bottlebark now offers a convenient two-in-one solution!?
Robbie Ventura- Professional Cyclist
When your traveling and on the go constantly like all coaches and athletes are, you need things to help increase your efficiency and work. Bottlebark is a product that is very simple but very effective in helping us be better, more durable athletes. You will be hard pressed to find an athlete that does not need self massage, increased range of motion and some deep tissue work to aide in recovery and prevent injury. Bottlebark helps us meet that need.
Jeremy Bloom- 2X Olympian & NFL Wide Receiver
innovative yet simple, definitely one of the most convenient fitness products out there!
Carol BrownOlympian Rower
great fitness tool for all ages and levels of athletes…..love the wide mouth version for ice cubes in hot weather training
Steve is a Mechanical Engineer who has designed manufacturing equipment at SpaceX, a private rocket launch company. He has won several scholarships from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He enjoys Yoga and is a member of the sailing club at UW, Madison.
A long track speed skater who has competed in six years of world cups and two Olympic games and lifelong resident of Glenview (a northern suburb of Chicago), whose off-ice training consists of stair runs, biking, and being on the move. Having been injured many times Brian knows the importance of warming up and recovery after workouts. Halfway through his world cup career, Brian created bottlebark. Bottlebark became a staple item he could carry to all his workouts, travel with on airplanes, and bring with to the Olympics.