My son is a high level gymnast and has tried so many remedies for his ripped hands. This is by far the best! His hands have never looked so good!
After Rachel Siemens helped Team Taranis to a bronze medal at the 2011 CrossFit Games, she abandoned the sport.
Not because she didn’t love CrossFit. But because there was one part of CrossFit she loved more than anything else: Weightlifting.
CrossFit Games Athletes like Michele Letendre Don’t Beat Their Hands up Until They Bleed in Training: Why do You?
Somehow as a community, we’ve adopted the belief that if you rip your hands, you’re a wimp if you don’t work through the carnage and finish the workout—even if you’ve lost multiple layers of skin and are bleeding through your tape. A belief that people will somehow be impressed by a picture of ruined hands uploaded to Instagram. #100-pull-ups=destroyed-hands.
Despite a deeply-entrenched fear of looking soft, many of the top CrossFit athletes in the world don’t live by these standards. They don't think letting your hands rip recklessly makes them tough. They don't think training is the time to rip at all. And if they do rip, working through the pain and creating deeper rips on rips is just silly.
Have used RIPT Skin Systems kits for years... the Refill Pack 2.0 makes an awesome addition to any gym bag. Huge containers of the QUICKFIX and DAILYDOSE to drop in my gear bag or pocket and tote around with me everywhere. Won't be my last purchase!
This stuff is great and really works well, I haven't ripped my hands in the two weeks I've been using it regularly. The refill pack is a good value and makes it convenient to have an extra to carry around and one to leave in my gym bag.