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2004/02/11 11:06:58 (permalink)
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chalk bag?

not sure where to post this one. figured this was the one forum for all you mad grippers out there. so what do you keep your chalk in? have just bought some and then thought what am i going to put it in when i take it to the gym?

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    veganlifter
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    RE: chalk bag? 2004/02/11 11:50:35 (permalink)
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    i bought a chalk "ball" it's kinda canvas bag and the chalk is in it. You just squeeze it gently to get the chalk on your hands. It's good because the chalk is not flying all over the place. I got it from an outdoor store, i think it was under 2£.
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    RE: chalk bag? 2004/02/11 12:00:55 (permalink)
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    quote:
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    not sure where to post this one. figured this was the one forum for all you mad grippers out there. so what do you keep your chalk in? have just bought some and then thought what am i going to put it in when i take it to the gym?

    cheers



    Tupperware box for me. I used to use a climbers bag but it got nicked!
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    RE: chalk bag? 2004/02/11 14:04:56 (permalink)
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    I prefer to get my hand right in the chalk aswell, those bags stop you from putting a lot on your hands. If I was to use any, it would be the climbers chalk bag, where you can get your hands right in it.
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    RE: chalk bag? 2004/02/12 00:25:33 (permalink)
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    cheers guys. i have a chalk ball in a sealy bag and i have the blocks. i think i'll get a tub of some sort for the blocks and just squeeze the ball.try them both and see which one is most suitable. cheers
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    RE: chalk bag? 2004/02/12 15:25:09 (permalink)
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    have decided to use an old tmof 5lb tub to put my chalk in. should get some interesting looks!
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    RE: chalk bag? 2004/02/13 07:28:23 (permalink)
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    I just carry one of those heavy duty zip lock freezer bags, the gallon size in my gym bag full or powder. Does the trick well.
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    RE: chalk bag? 2004/02/13 09:15:00 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by veganlifter

    i bought a chalk "ball" it's kinda canvas bag and the chalk is in it. You just squeeze it gently to get the chalk on your hands. It's good because the chalk is not flying all over the place. I got it from an outdoor store, i think it was under 2£.



    Chalk in muzzling(sp?) I used to buy this, but when it starts getting low it is a bugger to use the bar and i end up just cutting it open.

    Now i use blocks. Much better. And i also use a tupperware box for it
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    RE: chalk bag? 2004/02/13 16:02:46 (permalink)
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    I take the block and drop my sledge hammer on it that I use for grip strength. Works =D
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