- n the act of rubbing down, usually for relaxation or medicinal purposes
- Several studies have shown that a rubdown works well at the other end of the age spectrum too: babies and infants who are massaged tend to cry less, appear more relaxed and .
- No longer the province of ladies who lunch or men who pretend to a good rubdown is now one of America's favorite hands-onexperiences.
- At the new breed of wellness centers, you can get a rubdown for your soul Spas Go Holistic Video: Joel Stein achieves inner calm and glowing skin at the Amrit Davaa Wellness Center.
- Warren Sapp in USA Today
I think that kid, 18, is in there getting a rubdown,defensive tackle Warren Sapp said. "Caught that square-in, I bet he's got some markings on his chest. If nothing else, we're going to learn to catch with our hands or somebody's going to...
- Becky Hammon in Seattle Times
Offensively, the ball was not always dropping like we would hope, but Sophia put us on her back and really carried this team tonight,Hammon said. "It probably hurts. She's going to need a rubdown later."
- LaDainian Tomlinson in PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung)
MyoMed is my preferred rubdown before and after workouts and games,said Tomlinson. "I've got enough to push through without pain slowing me down. That's why I've made MyoMed a part of my game. It goes right to where the pain is and attacks...