How do we increase muscle strength?
Many cling to the idea that all that is needed is some form of movement. That is why there is so much talk about the "lack of movement" from which we allegedly suffer. However, in reality we lack not movement but resistance. Most movements are done against a random resistance, primarily the Earth's gravitational pull. These movements may have a training effect but is it not inevitable that they will. This is why actual movement is secondary in strength training.
What counts is resistance. Machine-based training allows us to dispense the right level of resistance, to control the path of that resistance, to distinguish between real and pseudo-progress and to record such progress.
Strength training is not particularly fun. Similarly it is not that good for developing social contacts. If that is the case why do so many do it? Because it works! No other method produces such fundamental and externally visible changes to our body and appearance.
30 minutes is all it takes
Kieser Training is efficient. You train on advanced machines that isolate individual muscles and strengthen them. Machine-based training ensures that the exercises are done correctly from the start because muscles are subject to an appropriate load throughout their range of motion.
Efficient training requires concentration. This is why we have created a non-distracting environment. There is no music, bar or wellness area. The design is functional and geared to successful training. With concentrated Kieser Training for 30 minutes once or twice a week, you can strengthen your entire body.