Workout Wednesday: CamelBak Has #GotYourBak10/05/2016
Even on the days when I don't feel like leaving the comfort of my bed, I still get up, get dressed and get out. Most days I workout at the gym, but sometimes I like to take it outside. On this particular day, I decided to go to Alviso Marina County Park just adjacent to San Jose. The town of Alviso is a little bit of a ghost town. But it has a beautiful trail, biking path and boardwalk.
So I filled up my CamelBak Chute® water bottle to take me through the day. The CamelBak Chute® is vacuum insulated stainless steel and holds 20 ounces of water. I added some ice to keep it cold because we've been experiencing a heatwave here so I wanted to be prepared.
Alviso Marina County Park has a few boardwalks with these yellow doors to nowhere. You can easily jog the trails and end up at one of these boardwalks to take in the view of the mountains. A couple of the boardwalks even provide views of the trains passing by next to a body of water.
And another cool thing about the bottle is the cap that fits neatly into the handle so you don't have to worry about holding or misplacing it. So carry the bottle in your backpack, on your bike rack, or wherever without any hassles. It's dishwasher safe, leak-proof and 100% free of BPAs.
When I finish with my workout, I always get some coffee. That's just my thing, especially since coffee is actually not that bad for you (it has a good amount of protein). And did you know you can also use the CamelBak Chute® for both your iced and hot coffee and tea drinks? Plus you can reduce the amount of waste since these bottles are obviously reusable!
This is a sponsored post in partnership with CamelBak and Her Campus Media. All words and opinions are my own.