If you’ve ever experienced your hands slipping off the bar during your workout, or not being able to firmly grip your parallettes well enough to keep you stable, then chalk may be the equipment upgrade you should consider. Often times, when performing an exercise or skill, it is our grip that gives out first, before we can even reach muscular fatigue. This is an inconvenience as it essentially robs you of making more progress. While exercising one’s grip is an important element of training, chalk can be the boost you need to bridge that gap, as well as avoid situations where you have unfavorably slippery surfaces to work with. Consider trying it to experience the difference for yourself.
In other sports, such as gymnastics, rock climbing, and powerlifting, chalk is an essential tool used by athletes who cannot compromise on their grip. In the world of calisthenics, we have adopted these principles, and discovered how important this tool can be for our workouts. Bypass the issue of slippery hands and surfaces, and maximize your muscular output by using chalk in your training sessions.
If you’ve ever used traditional chalk during training, you’d know that it can be very messy. In fact, most gyms do not permit the use of chalk in their facilities due to the mess it leaves. The liquid version of chalk is the ideal solution for that matter, as it completely avoids the issue of leaving a mess, allowing you to use it in most gyms. Due to the quick-drying technology used in our liquid chalk, the solution dries itself within seconds of spreading on your palms, and doesn’t create dust in the air. Additionally, it does not leave as much of an imprint behind, after touching the bar or general surfaces. Only a small amount of liquid chalk is needed to go a long way, and provide you with a significantly upgraded grip strength for your entire workout.