PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME

The piriformis is a small, relatively short, and little-known muscle buried deep within the muscle tissue in your hips. In each hip, it runs from the back of your pelvis to the top of your femur. Because of its unique positioning, the piriformis muscle helps rotate...

FORMS OF MOVEMENT

Lack of balance and coordination are the most common reasons for bone fractures and various injuries. Balance, coordination, movement control and agility are the qualities associated with central nervous system. Ability to coordinate movements – it is an ability...
BEFORE AND AFTER PREGNANCY

BEFORE AND AFTER PREGNANCY

When women train deep muscles regularly, they feel stronger after childbirth much quicker and feel pain in the back and suffer from depression less often. Deep muscle training is recommended in these cases: Women who are planning pregnancy; During first months of...
STRENGTH, BALANCE, CORE CONDITIONING FOR ATHLETES

STRENGTH, BALANCE, CORE CONDITIONING FOR ATHLETES

Why do some players appear slow, but at a crucial point they move incredibly fast?  This is defined as a capability to control core muscles in the moment of movement. Strengthening and stabilizing the core is one of the main goals in order to change the direction...
Physical preparation

Physical preparation

We offer individual physical fitness programmes with different types of training and pace. If you wish to achieve the best results, it is important to do exercises most suitable for you, combine and coordinate them together. Specialized coordination and balance...