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We constructed the same basic press release in three lengths (short, medium, long) to distribute to the various trade magazines to announce our new web site. Those three announcements are below.


PRESS RELEASE

11 SEPTEMBER 1995

STRENGTH TECH, INC
P.O. BOX 1381
STILLWATER OK 74076

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Strength Tech, Inc. has created and dedicated an internet web site to the issue of weight lifting in prisons. This new internet web site contains a huge wealth of information about the various issues concerning weight lifting in prisons including state and federal laws, media clippings and other items on the subject. It also contains some administrative information for strength and conditioning coaches. Links to additional weight lifting, prison, and legislature web sites are provided. The major purpose of this site is to make information on all sides of the issue available to legislators, correctional recreators, and correctional administrators that make policy decisions in this area. Additionally the site can be used by the general public and college classes to become more informed on the issues concerning weight lifting in prisons. The internet address is www.strengthtech.com.




Strength Tech, Inc. has created and dedicated an internet web site to the issue of weight lifting in prisons. This new internet web site contains a huge wealth of information about the various issues concerning weight lifting in prisons including state and federal laws, articles from magazines, newspaper clippings, television documentaries and other items and other items on the subject. It contains a section with extensive reference materials on the "Behavioral and Psychological Aspects of Weight Training." One section contains "Success Stories" of those who lifted in prison, were released and improved their lives. Another section contains reports of incidents involving using brute strength or weight lifting equipment in acts of violence against guards or others after their release. This web site also contains some administrative information for correctional recreators and strength and conditioning coaches. For those wishing to become more personally involved in correctional recreation, information about the National Correctional Recreation Association is provided. Links are made to other weight lifting, prison, and legislature web sites. The major purpose of this site is to make information on all sides of the issue available to legislators, correctional recreators, and correctional administrators that make policy decisions in this area. Additionally the site can be used by the general public and college classes to become more informed on the issues concerning weight lifting in prisons. Strength Tech, Inc. hopes the extensive references on the "Behavioral and Psychological Aspects of Weight Training" will lead to more research in this area. The internet address is www.strengthtech.com.




Strength Tech, Inc. of Stillwater Oklahoma, a supplier to the prison weight lifting industry, has created and dedicated an internet web site to the issue of weight lifting in prisons. This new internet web site contains a huge wealth of information about the various issues concerning weight lifting in prisons including state and federal laws, articles from magazines, newspaper clippings, television documentaries and other items on the subject. It contains a section with extensive reference materials on the "Behavioral and Psychological Aspects of Weight Training." One section contains "Success Stories" of those who lifted in prison, were released and improved their lives. Another section contains reports of incidents involving using brute strength or weight lifting equipment in acts of violence against guards or others after their release. Some general stories of weight lifting in prison and many additional references are given. It also contains some administrative information for correctional recreators and strength and conditioning coaches. Links are made to other weight lifting, prison, and legislature web sites. Several articles on the relationships between gravity and weight lifting will be posted here in the future along with a large reservoir of weight lifting photographs. For those wishing to become more personally involved in correctional recreation, information about the National Correctional Recreation Association is provided. The major purpose of this site is to make information on all sides of the issue of weight lifting in prisons available to legislators, correctional recreators, and correctional administrators that make policy decisions in this area. Additionally the site can be used by the general public and college classes, particularly those in recreation, leisure, sociology, and corrections to become more informed on the issues. Strength Tech, Inc. hopes the extensive references on the "Behavioral and Psychological Aspects of Weight Training" will lead to more research in this area. Miscellaneous information provided includes how to run a power lifting meet, how to reupholster weight lifting equipment, and how to submit an invention to the weight lifting industry.

Strength Tech, Inc. is very happy to be among the first weight lifting equipment manufacturers to have a site on the net and to be the first in the industry to sponsor a research site. An outline is provided to help guide you around this large site which although designed especially for Netscape, has also been designed to be accessed by Lynx (a text based browser) and most of the other popular graphical web browsers. The internet address is www.strengthtech.com.


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