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At Keiser, we value education. Our education team is primed and ready to educate trainers and instructors around the globe. The Keiser Indoor Cycling Foundations Course is the first step on a cyclist road to effective and engaging rides and instruction.
Understand how to use all the features on the Keiser bike
Correctly set up riders for a more comfortable ride
Relate the long and short term physiological benefits to indoor cycling
Apply bike metrics for real life application and comparison
Create engaging and fun classes with drill and music ideas
Design class templates for various types of rides
Learn instructing elements that are critical to creating great group experience
Foundations and Module course Information
Keiser Foundations is a 8-hour course that applies all the required information needed to instruct group indoor cycling classes. Modules are ideal for certified riders who want to increase their knowledge base and up their skill sets in various topic areas such as class design, training with power and more.
The Foundations Course and Modules are approved for Continuing Education Credits (CEC). Attendees receive both practical and theoretical training by a Master instructor, a detailed training manual, certificate of completion, CEC’s and links to the Keiser Community.
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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.