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    Chalk vs. Liquid Grip?

    Should I get chalk or liquid grip? My school weight room allows chalk to be used as long as you're somewhat clean with it. Also, which chalk/ should i buy?

    Looking on amazon and it seems like chalks are different... I know it shouldn't matter too much but does anyone have any personal preference over chalk? Looking for something cheap-ish but also effective, lots of reviews conflict with each other.

    Liquid grip is pretty expensive as well.
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    If you ever have a choice, chalk every time.
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    Originally Posted by Muzzlrpress View Post
    If you ever have a choice, chalk every time.
    what kind of chalk do you use
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    sidewalk chalk. I like the color variety
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    Originally Posted by rackcurler17 View Post
    sidewalk chalk. I like the color variety
    Oh you are trying to confuse your muscles right?
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    They're all the same in reality. As long as it keeps your hands dry it's good chalk.
    My log: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=154949233
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    Rock climbing/gym chalk.

    Cheap to order online.
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    Originally Posted by rackcurler17 View Post
    sidewalk chalk. I like the color variety
    someone told me sidewalk chalk is calcium sulfate which is designed not to be frictiony

    but lifting chalk is magnesium carbonate and is fricitony

    if srs
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    I use liquid personally, less messy and easier to handle.. from experience though solid is better.
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    Originally Posted by Jaywalking View Post
    what kind of chalk do you use
    buy a box from rogue fitness
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