The following definitions will be useful in understanding the studies dealing with hormonal responses to strength training. Acute: Short-term or immediate Chronic: Long-term Insulin-Like Growth Factor I: A protein hormone that increases the growth rate of the skeletal muscles during childhood and teenage years. In adults, it helps maintain muscle and bone size and promote healing of injuries and tissue repair. Resting Metabolic Rate: The number of calories (i.e., energy required) to sustain the body while at rest. Three Repetition Maximum: Maximum weight an individual can successfully lift three times.
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“While our competitors are losing their manufacturing skills, we’re perfecting ours.”DENNIS KEISERCEO, Keiser Corporation
The values we learned growing up on the farm run through our company — a sense of integrity, dedication to work, and a commitment to one another. First and foremost, Keiser is a family company.
Keeping jobs at home
We decided a long time ago, we couldn’t send our jobs overseas. So, we designed our machines to be built at home. And we built a team that believes in Keiser, its mission, and each other to meet our high standards.
Owning our technology
We’ve always designed and built our own products. We don’t just design our machines to work better, we make them to be better. And we keep our technology at home to give you the finest in American-made quality.
Perfecting our manufacturing
To compete with low-cost, foreign manufacturing, we’ve leaned out our processes and honed our manufacturing skills. It hasn’t been easy, but while our competitors are losing their manufacturing skills, we’re perfecting ours.