Weightlifting Chalk BallCHLK-BALL
American Barbell Weightlifting Chalk Balls provide you with the ideal means to increase your lifting grip and prevent the danger of sweaty palms when you’re under the heavy iron. This dry weight chalk comes in black ball form, making it less messy to use. Each ball should last the average user for a month’s work of workouts.
Our dry chalk balls will quickly and effectively absorb hand moisture without leaving a caky consistency on your palms. When you grip the bar, you’ll benefit from an incredibly secure, slip-free grip. Yet, our chalk balls are not just for weightlifters. They are also an essential tool for rock climbers and gymnasts.
Our chalk balls consist of the highest-quality magnesium carbonate that is made in the United States.
Chalk provides the friction that you need when performing your heavy lifts. The dryer your hands, the more force friction you will be able to produce, resulting in more reps with more weight. Our premium quality gym chalk also prevents your palms from blisters and tears without the lack of sensory connection that comes with workout gloves.
- Premium US made magnesium carbonate
- Dry chalk balls
- Slip-free grip
- return customer
The product is fairly priced and works as intended. I’ll be a return customer. Thank you
It was perfect, from ordering, service and delivery. Plus free shipping! Must get!
Cheapest chalk and free shipping.
You really have to squeeze hard to get a good amount of chalk on your hands; I like that it's a light flow for barbell work where I don't need much, but for gymnastics movements, it's a little bit to low of a flow for me.
Hi: The chalk seems to be high quality, but I did not receive the items I ordered. I ordered six individual chalk balls but what I received was six boxes of only chalk in soap bar form. I was wondering how I could go about getting the chalk balls that I originally ordered. They were needed for this week so I am making due with what you sent me, but I’d love the originally ordered product. Please let me know the process to remedy this situation. Thank you, Josh Tilton