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Stack ALL Of Your Supps In One Place With Blender Bottle’s New GoStak & ProStak Lines [Product]


*Disclaimer: Blender Bottle sent us a ProStak and GoStak for trial purposes. This review is otherwise unsponsored and solely reflects the views of Lean It UP.


Everyone knows and loves Blender Bottle. It’s the de facto shaker bottle and chief protein delivery mechanism for workout fiends and whey junkies across the country.

There’s one in your gym bag. Two in your locker. And probably 36 stacked in your cabinets. And if you’re in a frat, you might have enough to support a whey pong game (is that a thing?).

But what if you’re drudging off to work first thing with all of your gym paraphernalia and lean snacks for the day. You might need protein powder for a post-workout shake, a pick-me-up pre-workout, and a second shot of whey protein for a slender 3PM snack. Or maybe you’re off jetsetting somewhere for the weekend with 3 different pill jars for your fish oil, probiotics, GTE and whichever other miscellaneous vitamins you’re chugging.

Carrying 3 shakers is obnoxious and inconvenient. And pill jars are undersized and overflow easily, especially if you’re trying to hold enough for multi-day supplement cycles.

Enter Blender Bottle’s ProStak and GoStak lines — stackable, modular, LEGO-like containers that compartmentalize the ins-and-outs of any nutrition and supplementation schedule. The ProStak comes stacked with one 150cc container that screws in tightly and locks to the bottom of a modified Blender Bottle; and then a second 100cc container that fits snugly inside the bottle. It also comes with a split pill tray for any miscellaneous supps (pictured above).

And if you want more containers, they’ve got expansion packs too, with sizes ranging from 100-250cc. It’s an all-in-one juggernaut.


The GoStak kit is essentially micro-Tupperware. It comes loaded with 4 jars (40cc, 60cc, 100c, and 150cc) in a variety of colors and is geared towards portable food storage. It’s absolutely awesome for partitioning meals and bringing snacks on the go — including everything from apple slices and carrot sticks, to almond butter, to protein powder and BCAAs.

Hell, they even work to organize nuts and bolts, fishing gear, batteries, and other manly things.

Don’t complain about your options the next time you’re stranded in an airport. Grab a few protein bars and stack everything else. Both systems are available on Amazon. As always, they’re BPA free and dishwasher safe. Please don’t leave them festering in your gym bag…THAT PROTEIN SMELL.


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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