Functional training prepares one for life, as well as daily and unordinary situations. It’s a possibility to move around, improve one’s mood and confidence, as well as prepare for new challenges in daily life and in sports.

During the functional training special emphasis is placed on the strengthening of the deep muscles of the body. Diverse equipment is also used during it. This training system includes three-dimensional exercises. It means that the body is working on different levels – back and forth, sideward and when turning. Just as during one’s everyday life, during the training the body also functions as a whole instead of every muscle group working separately, since the person is located in an unstable position during most of the exercises. It is possible to train the upper and the lower part of the body during one exercise, thus burning more calories. This way the main muscle groups are toned up and metabolism is boosted.

The functional training helps to improve one’s coordination and stability. In order to be able to retain stability, the centre of the body, connecting the upper and lower parts of the body, has to be trained. This training system allows performing daily and sports activities more reliably and convincingly, with a higher quality, as well as without harming oneself. There are several difficulty levels for all exercises, therefore the functional training is suitable for beginners, as well as professional athletes.

During the training strength, flexibility, endurance, balance and coordination are being purposefully developed, as well as the cardiovascular system is strengthened. Stability in the spine and joints is increased, and there are improvements in the overall feeling of the body and proprioception. The functional training helps to avoid pain and protects one from injuries. It is also used in rehabilitation and at home.