What the heck is Grip Sauce?
Grip Sauce is a callus and hand care brand created for ninjas by ninjas featuring Hand Healing Magic & Muscle Soothing Potion. Co-designed by American Ninja Warrior athlete, Brett Sims, the hand balm is formulated to repair tears, maintain calluses, and recover damaged skin. The muscle gel is formulated to soothe muscles, relieve pain, and revive tired bodies.
Grip Sauce - Hand Healing Magic - Intense Healing Hand Balm$12
REPAIRGrip Sauce Hand Healing Magic is designed to help heal rips, tears, cuts, burns, and blisters by utilizing all-natural waxes and essential oils.
MAINTAINThe Grip Sauce Hand Healing Magic formula contains essential oils that are known to be anti-microbial, to reduce inflammation, and to nourish the skin.
RECOVERGrip Sauce Hand Healing Magic helps condition your calluses so they are less likely to become damaged. So you can spend more time doing the things you love.
Grip Sauce - Muscle Soothing Potion - Intense Penetrating Muscle Relief$18
SOOTHEGrip Sauce Muscle Soothing Potion is designed to help soothe sore, tired, and bruised muscles. It also helps you maintain a healthier lifestyle by using a natural product with organic aloe, essential oils, and no unnecessary chemicals or dyes.
RELIEVETrusted by athletic trainers for its unique icy then hot sensation and deep penetrating pain relief, Grip Sauce Muscle Soothing Potion provides fast-acting relief to your back, neck, shoulders, knees, hands, wrists, elbows, feet, and ankles.
REVIVEThe Grip Sauce Muscle Soothing Potion formula provides a supremely relaxing icy-hot sensation created by cooling menthol, warming capsicum, and camphor oil reviving the body so you can spend more time adventuring.
"Being involved with Ninja Warrior for over ten years, I've noticed that athletes in the ninja community train hard, but they don't really care for their hands the way they should to optimize recovery and performance. There's an abundance of abuse from over-training but a serious lack of maintenance. Grip Sauce will hopefully change the game and get ninjas thinking as seriously about recovery and prevention as they do about getting strong."
- Brett Sims
- Brett Sims