Barebells Fuels Athlete Ambassadors at This Year’s CrossFit® Semifinals
May 26, 2021
LOS ANGELES (May 26, 2021) – Barebells– the revolutionary, high-in-protein, no added sugar* protein bar brand – is supporting several athlete ambassadors at the 2021 NO BULL CrossFit® Semifinals.
“Our ambassadors have been training and preparing for this for a long time,” said Ben Jones, CEO. “They prove that hard work and good fuel pays off. We are proud to provide nutrition for people to perform their best, as these athletes strive towards that every day.”
With ten ambassadors in this year’s CrossFit® Semifinals, Barebells is proud to provide competing athletes with the nutrition needed to crush the competition. Haley Adams, Dani Speegle, Mal O’brian, Regan Huckaby, Chyna Cho, Emma Cary, Bailey Meraviglia, Winter Rodriguez, James Sprague and Joshua Al Chamaa will be represented in this year’s CrossFit® Semifinals.
The CrossFit® Semifinals is the last grueling stop before the 2021 NO BULL CrossFit® Games. Taking place over the span of a month, each semifinal event hosts 30 men, 30 women and 20 teams. Earning a spot in the semifinals is a triumph for only the most elite athletes.
Barebells continues to grow their ambassador program with a mix of lifestyle and fitness leaders. Other notable ambassadors include Bodybuilder Cass Martin, Comedian and Model Lauren Compton, and many more.
Currently available on barebells.com and online retailers such as Amazon.com, GNC and bodybuilding.com. Barebells can also be purchased at Trader Joe’s and select retailers and gyms nationwide. To learn more, visit barebells.com or follow them on Instagram.
Barebells was launched in Sweden in 2016 to offer products high-in-protein that never compromise on flavor. Since the launch, the functional food brand has revolutionized the industry with its bestselling protein bars delivering 20g protein and no added sugar* – a real treat for everyone who wants to feed their cravings.
*Not a low or reduced calorie food. See nutrition information for sugar, calorie and saturated fat content