Industry Leaders Choose Keiser

While the media assign grades to the thirty-two NFL teams for their recent draft choices, the players selected and coaches who prepared them for the draft give high marks to Keiser.

The leading performance facilities and premier combine and draft preparation coaches trained the top NFL draft prospects on Keiser.

API/EXOS enjoyed banner results. A total of sixty-four players that trained on Keiser pneumatic resistance equipment at the five API/EXOS facilities were chosen in the draft including the first overall pick in the draft, defensive lineman Jadaveon Clowney from the University of South Carolina. “There was a lot different tools at EXOS than what I had in college,” Clowney said to API/EXOS. “I couldn’t wait to train each day as all the workouts really helped me.”

Eleven players that trained at API/EXOS were taken in the first round, ten more in round two and an additional twelve were chosen in the third round of the draft.

Scott Gadeken and Loren Seagraves saw six players that they prepared at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida with the help of Keiser equipment chosen in the first round.

Keiser was also a key component in the pre-draft training programs successfully employed by Lance Walker at Michael Johnson Performance in Dallas, Ryan Capretta with ProActive Sports Performance in southern California, Mike Gough of Athletic Edge in Bradenton, Florida, Andy Hanley at Chambers Fitness in south Florida, Pete Bommarito’s Bommarito Performance Systems in Davie, Florida, Mike Barwis’s Barwis Methods facility in Michigan and Kevin Dunn in the TEST/Parisi Football Academy in New Jersey.

Coaches entrusted with the important development of athletes recognize the unique ability of Keiser’s pneumatic resistance equipment to move high loads at greater velocities with resistance throughout the complete range of motion. Research has shown that increasing lifting velocity and minimizing momentum develops power which is essential for success in sports.