Weight lifting in prisons & correctional recreation
If you are interested in weightlifting, weight lifting, weight training, powerlifting, power lifting, the issue of banning weight lifting in prisons and correctional institutions, laws banning lifting, the NCRA, National Correctional Recreation Association, correctional recreation, prison recreation, weightlifting photographs, Lee Haney, powerlifting meets, and related materials - this is the place for you !!
Purpose of our site
This site has three purposes.
As such we have divided the site into three pieces. Correctional Recreation, Weight Lifting in Prisons: Laws and Issues and Strength Tech.
- First: provide information to those involved in making decisions regarding the banning of weight lifting in prisons. Information about the issues, media coverage of the issues, laws and bills, incidents, and many other aspects of weight lifting in prison are covered. We have tried to provide an unbiased view of the issue and hope this material will help those in decision making positions make better decisions by providing them with a wide range of data and a list of the many specific issues involved. We also encourage the use of this material in college recreation. leisure, sociology, and corrections classes.
- Second: cover developments in the field of correctional recreation / prison recreation
- Third: corporate web site for Strength Tech, Inc.
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