Soccer Record Setters Train on Keiser

Manchester United earned its twentieth English Premier League title on Monday by defeating rival Aston Villa 3-0. The landmark makes Manchester United the most successful club in domestic competition in English Premier League history.

Tony Strudwick, Manchester United’s renowned Head of Sports Science, incorporates a great deal of Keiser pneumatic resistance equipment and Keiser’s award winning M3 indoor fitness cycles into the clubs training program.

Earlier this month Bayern Munich was crowned champions of the German Bundesliga. The club won the title with six games still to play in the season. Bayern Munich are chasing far bigger trophies as well. Later today they will face FC Barcelona in the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League and on June 1 Bayern Munich will attempt to add the German Cup to their haul of trophy’s when they face VfB Stuttgart. The club’s Fitness and Rehabilitation Coordinator, Marcelo Martins is part of Bayern Munich’s association with Athletes’ Performance and utilizes Keiser equipment in the training of his players.

On Saturday, Celtic FC captured its second consecutive Scottish Premier League title. Celtics’ Head of Sports Science, Kenny McMillan, trains the hoops on Keiser.

Keiser congratulates these teams on their tremendous success and Strudwick, Martins and McMillan on their outstanding work!