Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2011
Starting mid-February, the teams coming to the Staples Center to play the Los Angeles Clippers will find some high-end swag in their lockers – full-size bottles of Power Body Wash by Athletic Body Care.
Athletic Body Care is a top line of products designed to keep athletic bodies free of harmful germs that are passed from player to player and found lurking in locker rooms. The line has become popular with college and pro teams out of concern about the spread of serious and even deadly skin infections such as MRSA, which has afflicted NBA All Star Grant Hill and NFL’s Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, to name a few.
The decision to put Power Body Wash™ in visiting team lockers was made by JoHan Wang, Clippers Associate Athletic Trainer, who has provided his players with Athletic Body Care for the past several years.
“It occurred to us that if we want to help stop MRSA and the other superbugs from spreading throughout the NBA, we should treat our visiting teams to the skin care product that’s worked well for our own players – Athletic Body Care,” explained said Wang.
The Athletic Body Care line consists of Foaming Skin Sanitizer, Daily Defense Lotion, and Power Body Wash, which kill 99% of all harmful germs, while being alcohol free and actually hydrating and conditioning the skin.
In addition to the Clippers, Athletic Body Care is popular with teams such as the Green Bay Packers, the New York Giants, and the Cal-State Fullerton Titans.
Founded and helmed by MMA combat instructors Adam Page and Garrett Olgin, Athletic Body Care is the official body care sponsor of the USA Judo Olympic Team, California Wrestling Team, U.S. Grappling Team, and the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy.
Athletic Body Care products are carried in their online store and at specialty shops across the country. To learn more about Athletic Body Care, visit http://www.athleticbodycare.com.
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