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Steelers to host strength & conditioning clinic

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Event designed to provide information for high school and youth coaches

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers will host an event to provide proper athlete training and safety on Tuesday, April 5 at Heinz Field. The clinic will be held from 4-8:30 p.m. in the West Club Lounge at Heinz Field.

The event is designed to provide information and demonstration to high school and youth coaches in strength training, conditioning, diet and nutrition. Product demonstrations and a trade show will also be held in conjunction with the event.

Parking will be available in the Carnegie Science Center North Parking Lot. The cost for the clinic is $35 per coach and includes dinner and a Steelers Strength & Conditioning shirt. Interested coaches can register for the clinic on the Steelers’ official website, www.steelers.com, or by calling 412-697-7713. The registration information for the clinic can be found under the “Schedule and Events” section of the website.

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