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Chilly-Billy Ice Compress - Arm Care for Athletes
Date:4/30/2010

Right Down Broadway announces a revolutionary product designed for any athlete requiring therapy for fatigued or overused shoulder and elbows.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 2, 2010 -- Right Down Broadway announces a revolutionary product designed for any athlete requiring therapy for fatigued or overused shoulder and elbows. This great new product was named Best of Show at the 2009 ABCA Convention. Whether playing baseball, softball or another sport, the Chilly-Billy™ ice wrap provides the therapeutic benefit athletes need.

The application of ice is a proven method for treating various sports injuries and/or muscle fatigue. Most often icing an athlete, especially without the assistance from a trainer or doctor can be intimidating, but with the Chilly-Billy™ ice wrap, anyone can do it! Whether the baseball or softball player requires a shoulder ice wrap, elbow ice wrap or both, the Chilly-Billy™ Ice Wrap can provide maximum benefits. Why not use the real thing instead of the cold pack therapy products on the market today.

Endorsed by several professional, collegiate and high school players and coaches including Jon Lester, Boston and Chad Durbin, Philadelpia.

“This is a great product for athletes to ice their arms and shoulders and protect their bodies. There is not a better product on the market.” – Steve Foster, Professional Baseball Pitching Coach

http://www.pitcherspowerdrive.com/Icing a shoulder or elbow is not an easy task sometimes just because of the location. Placing ice on these areas can be cumbersome at best. Obtaining adequate coverage is also a typical problem encountered. With the unique patent pending design, getting cold therapy to the needed areas is not a problem anymore.

The Chilly-Billy™ ice compress includes the shoulder and elbow ice wraps. Use one or the other or both simultaneously. Whether you are a pitcher, catcher or position player, icing the arm or shoulder is a necessity after a practice, bullpen session or a game. Coaches, trainers, physical therapist are beginning to see the benefit and ease of use for their players and patients. More and more college and high school programs are starting to incorporate the Chilly-Billy™ Icing system into their routines and rehab programs.

Necessity is the mother of all inventions. Anyone who has tried to ice a shoulder or elbow with ice or frozen ice packs or gel packs knows how difficult it can be. After years of using bags of ice and plastic wrap or bandages, this product was developed to make the icing experience much easier and convenient. Once you try it, you will want to keep the Chilly-Billy™ ice compress with you wherever your travels take you.

Easy to Use, Easy to Wear, Travels Anywhere
With the Chilly-Billy™ ice compress you can ice an athlete immediately after competing. No need to wait to get home. Can be applied easily with the assistance of 1 person and the athlete. Chilly-Billy™ ice compress works with either crushed ice or cubed ice. Very convenient for travel.

Whether you are at a local venue close to home or away at a tournament, the Chilly-Billy™ ice compress travels anywhere you go.

The Chilly-Billy™ ice compress is reversible and can be used either on the right side or left side.

The Chilly-Billy™ ice compress uses real ice and will reach and maintain optimal temperatures necessary for proper coverage and effectiveness. The unique material allows proper absorption of the cold to penetrate into the required coverage areas without burning the skin. In addition, due to its unique design, the Chilly-Billy™ ice compress requires less ice typically used when icing the current method.

No other product provides the amount of coverage on not so easy areas to ice. For anyone who has applied ice by the typical method (baggies, cellophane wrap, ace bandages) has experienced the difficulty of handling placing them in proper position and trying to apply the cellophane wrap. Ice or gel packs that require freezers, do not adequately cover enough area nor do they typically provide optimal cooling temperatures for a sufficient time.

The Chilly-Billy™ ice compress accomplishes all of this as well as the added convenience and ease of use. One person is all that is needed to get the athlete properly “dressed”. No more needing to purchase baggies, cellophane and ace bandages to ice an athlete down. You can take the Chilly-Billy™ ice compress anywhere and use anytime, over and over. No need to refrigerate or freeze.

About Chilly-Billy Ice Compress
Chilly-Billy™ Ice Compress is a product of Right Down Broadway, LLC and is based in Frisco, Texas. Right Down Broadway, LLC is the developer of the Chilly-Billy™ Icing system. Chilly-Billy™ is a trademark of Right Down Broadway, LLC. To learn more about the Chilly-Billy™ Ice Compress go to www.chilly-billy.com or call toll free at 888-370-0407.

Contact info:
Billy Leavitt, Right Down Broadway, LLC
972.523.9815

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