POWER Fuels Training Upswing
If you’ve been in an airport recently and seen an extremely fit person hustling from one gate to another, chances are it could have been a Keiser Cycling Trainer
heading out for another weekend of instructing. Requests for training on Keiser’s best-selling M3 Indoor Cycle
have surged in recent months. “A lot more people want to know how to use the Power readout,” explained Breanne Loyd
, Keiser’s M Series Education Coordinator.
Keiser Master Trainer Krista Popowych
recently found found fifty-five group exercise cycling instructors awaiting her arrival at the Toby Wells YMCA in San Diego, anxious to learn how they could build their classes around Power.
“One of the most appealing things to the instructors, is that using Power gets them to think outside the box,” explained Keiser National Trainer Jill Wattenbarger
. “It gives them new ideas for their classes so they're refreshed and can bring in new ideas to their participants.”
In recent months Wattenbarger taught instructors at the University of Florida and Kansas University. There were some strong instructors in both groups, that were excited about Power and learning how to implement it into classes.”
Keiser offers their Six Hour M3 Foundations course, that is certified for continuing education credits by both the American Council on Exercise
(ACE) and Aerobics and Fitness Association of America
(AFAA). “Our education is specific to our bike,” explained Loyd. “So the instructors benefit from both learning, and then teaching only on the M3.”
to fill out our online training request form, or call toll free 1.800.888.7009 for more information.