“The M3i is an amazingly reliable bike. With Bluetooth® we now have so many program options.”
From the company that revolutionized the indoor cycling industry by introducing magnetic resistance comes the Keiser M3i, the first group bike built to fit riders of all body shapes and sizes. Equipped with Bluetooth®, the M3i transmits to receivers for projection and partners with smartphones or tablets.
“Whether at the gym or at home, the Keiser M5i Strider is sure to take your workout a step ahead.”
With the success of the Keiser M3i Indoor Cycle and the creation of new programming for elliptical trainers, demand soon developed for a unique piece of Keiser cardiovascular equipment. Our solution: the Keiser M5i Strider, an elliptical machine designed to offer an effective group training option, while still offering the same unique benefits that made the M3i a success. Because the M5i Strider is easy to use, small and portable, it is designed for group elliptical training, one of the newest and hottest trends in the industry today. Group elliptical classes are becoming increasingly popular in Europe and with our new M5i Striding program we make this fun and effective fitness movement available to all.
“The TBT is exactly what our cardio floor was missing.”
Designed with the same smooth magnetic resistance system as the M3i Indoor Cycle, the M3i Total Body Trainer is perfect for those seeking to obtain a concurrent, full body workout, work the upper or lower body independently, or perform single limb rehabilitative movements.
"With its superior versatility, portability, flexibility and functionality, nothing in the market brings low-impact workouts to more people than the M7i."
Because success starts with access, the Keiser M7i Wheelchair Accessible Total Body Trainer is designed for easy use with any mobility device or a standard chair. This unsurpassed inclusivity and versatility makes it the ideal machine to meet the demands of specialized physiotherapy for ALL users, from cardiac rehab patients to seniors to individuals with disabilities.