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Professional rock climbers, fitness enthusiasts and athletes have found their grip.
Liquid Grip is a “water based hydrocellulose thickener that allows for rosin and chalk to mix in a suspension formula.” It is made of alcohol, magnesium carbonate, thickener and fragrance.
Liquid Grip dries within seconds of applying, but it surely promotes better friction and long lasting grip. Although it works just like chalk, it leaves zero mess on the floor and other equipments, and easily washes off with soap and water.
More amazing features include antibacterial effects, aromatic fragrance, as well as aids in blister prevention. On top of that, Liquid Grip is biodegradable and made of 100 percent natural ingredients. Even a small application promotes more effective grip than chalk and rosin!
The product has been approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), American Softball Association (ASA), Professional Golfers Association (PGA), and Rugby Football Union for softball, baseball and football usage for all fielding positions.
Coaches, trainers and athletic directors highly recommend this product for its effective delivery. Weightlifters who have it in their gym bags also gave a lot of positive reviews.
GoodLife Fitness, Canada’s leading fitness and gym, recently signed Liquid Grip into its GoodLife Advantage Program. Members who purchase Liquid Grip Chalk with the official Liquid Grip coupon will enjoy discounts and other benefits in the gym.
With this partnership, Liquid Grip becomes easily accessible to health-conscious Canadians.
Liquid Grip was first introduced at the Arnold Sports Festival in Ohio back in 2010. The staff picked the said event because they wanted to unveil the product to a large crowd of athletes. And true enough, they succeeded in making an impression.
Liquid Grip is available in 1.5 fluid ounce and 8 fluid ounce bottles. It is currently sold in six different countries.
This review of Liquid Grip was done by MikeTheMovieDude