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Old 06-20-2008, 08:02 AM   #21
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Did it hurt when they got ripped off?
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Old 06-20-2008, 08:06 AM   #22
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because it takes away the dead skin. its not massive aggressive scrubbing or anything...its like nail filing. you can find these scrubbers at walmart near the pharmacy/beauty section...they're cheap too.

i know its gay lol but if my calluses just keep growing:
1.) it looks kinda bar when you shake hands with big people (like when i go for interviews, etc)
2.) (this is the worst reason): they have a high chance of ripping of while doing deadlifts. mine have ripped off so i have learnt my lesson.

i gotcha anuj, its just funny because i take the oposite approach. I like having them, both on my hands and knuckles (MA training has done this to me i guess). That way when I shake someones hand, you get a firm grip, and you know that if I hit something, i destroy it. Manly hands dude hahahah.

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Old 06-20-2008, 08:06 AM   #23
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p.s. girls seem to love the calluses haha...makes you appear to be rugged or manly or whatever..haha
yes they do love that stuff indeed. unfortunately, girls loving you alone won't get you a great job...

now, if you have a lovely woman who is interviewing you and you have manly calluses and a good resume....

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Old 06-20-2008, 08:09 AM   #24
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Did it hurt when they got ripped off?
it got partly ripped off. i ripped off half of it when i took my hand of the bar but the pain kicked in so i didn't pull my hand away immediately. i laid it back on the bar and waited for a big (the blood was falling on the bar btw) and then gently took it off a couple of minutes later. i then went and washed my hands and used a nail clipper to chop off the little bit of loose fluttering skin. then i bandaged it up for a bit. it hurt a lot but it was a superficial kind of hurt you know? it went away in 1-2 weeks...this happened last semester sometime.

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i gotcha anuj, its just funny because i take the oposite approach. I like having them, both on my hands and knuckles (MA training has done this to me i guess). That way when I shake someones hand, you get a firm grip, and you know that if I hit something, i destroy it. Manly hands dude hahahah.
haha...
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Old 06-20-2008, 08:12 AM   #25
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For chalk: I just use climber's chalk. You can get a block for $1.50 at Eastern Mountain Sports.
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Old 06-21-2008, 08:13 PM   #26
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What works best for storing the chalk? On the web I see buckets, bags, socks... What does everyone here use and recommend? Thanks.
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i use a ziplock bag
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Old 06-22-2008, 06:11 AM   #28
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i just keep mine in a tupperware container
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i got the $3 bag from apt when i ordered chalk.
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i got the $3 bag from apt when i ordered chalk.
oh yeah? damnit...i never got that lol...
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