Our Client Stories

We are passionate about helping our clients live happier, healthier, stronger lives. We are excited by the opportunities to make a real difference and are driven and inspired by our client stories.  We hope you are too...

I Kieser to Keep Golfing

At 63 years old, with two hip replacements within nine months of each other and a “minor stroke”, Roger was looking to get his golf game back in shape. With the help of some 1:1 strength training, Roger is now back playing 18 holes twice a week, without pain. Here is his story:

I Kieser to Keep Golfing
Roger trains at Kieser so he can play golf longer and stronger

I Kieser to Keep Running

Cassandra is 34, at a healthy weight, leading an active and healthy lifestyle and suffers from bladder weakness. She came to Kieser to strengthen her pelvic floor on the A5 machine. Here’s her story:

I Kieser to Keep Running
Cassandra trains at Kieser to stay strong while running

I Kieser to Keep Riding

Hal was told he would never race another Ironman Triathlon due to sciatic pain. After a year at Kieser, Hal is still racing and feels he is the strongest he has ever been. Check out his story here:

I Kieser to Keep Riding
Hal trains at Kieser to compete in Ironman Triathlons

I Kieser to Stay Strong

Everyone Kieser's for their own reason - some people Kieser to run faster or cycle further, while some people like Kieser member Sandy just Kieser so they can enjoy life without pain. Sandy has been attending Kieser for over six years and with the help of assisted training and exercise physiology she has the strength to keep up with her friends and travel.

I Kieser to Stay Strong
Sandy trains at Kieser to maintain her balance for walking and traveling

I Kieser to Keep My Osteoporosis in Check

David has trained consistently three days per week for the past eight years at Kieser which has helped him improve his bone density, his running performance and his self-confidence. Here is his story:

I Kieser to Keep My Osteoporosis in Check
David trains at Kieser to manage his osteoporosis so he can enjoy his passions