Sports training

The decisive factor in real life and sport is that you are just so strong, how strong is your weakest point.

Muscle tension is unevenly distributed in athletes, because they overload the locomotive system extreme unilaterally.

Local discomfort in our body is most often caused by unilateral static strain of the muscles, which manifests itself in incorrect body posture. The brain most often uses non-optimal and non-physiological motion stereotypes, joint mobility and muscle chains in case of a wrong position of the body. Proper posture is crucial during daily activities.

Functional strength training reinforces the correct movement patterns (articulation patterns) in order to harmonize muscle tension. The exercises are aimed at improving the stabilization of important articulations and overall body coordination. Functional strength training combines the perception of stability and body balance. During the exercise we use this equipment: fitball, overball, expander, bosu ball, balance boards, TRX, flowin, foam, and acupressure balls.

Fitness training with gradually increasing load under the supervision of the trainer is the most appropriate way of bodyshaping and achieving better performance in sports.

Fitness training

The aim is to improve the physical conditions for any physical effort, weight loss, slimming down, shaping of individual parts of your body and overall increased fitness of your body. Regular exercise helps to reduce the musculoskeletal problems, and many times also to eliminate them totally.

Fitness trainings are suitable for overweight people, for people with sedentary jobs, slowed down metabolism, as well as for people who lack vitality. You will experience weight reduction, improvement in physical conditioning, firming and shaping of your figure, boost of energy and positive thinking. Fitness trainings are created individually for each client.

Functional power training

Functional power training includes breathing exercises, motor and sensory, and compensatory exercises.

Breathing exercises are aimed at practicing of the correct breathing stereotype, i.e. the practice of cooperation with abdominal muscles, the diaphragm and the pelvic floor muscles and the back muscles. Correct breathing stereotype minimizes the muscle imbalance between the breath-in and breath-out muscles. Practicing the correct breathing stereotype is very important for athletes also in relation to the vital capacity of the lungs.

Good exercise habits are created by motor and sensory exercises. Activation of abdominal and back muscles, their deep and surface system, stimulates the muscles supporting correct body posture and thus helps achieve balance of the musculoskeletal system.

Compensatory exercises help to release the overloaded and protract the shortened muscles. At the same time, they are focused on the weakened muscle groups and exercises of the deep stabilization system. The devices used during exercise: fit ball, overball, expander, bosu, balance plates, trx, flowin, foam and acupressure balls.