Platform principles are based on the natural movement of human gait. The changing movement, resembling the movement of swings with variable amplitude and frequency, stimulates a sequence of movements reminiscent of human gait. The fast movement of the training platform causes the pelvis to be tilted – similar to walking, but much more frequently. The body reacts with compensation: rhythmic muscle contractions, alternating on the left and right side of the body. From the frequency of about 12 Hz, such cramps are not conscious – they are a reflex. The stretch reflex activates the muscles of the legs, abdomen and back, up to the upper part of the body.
Training with the help of a balance platform only charges the circulatory system to a minimum, helps to stimulate blood circulation and metabolism, anmd provides:
Muscle Strength:

  • Increase in muscle strength,
  • Muscle hypertrophy after immobilization,
  • Prevention of osteoporosis,
  • Pelvic floor training and prevention of stress urinary inicontinence,
  • Warm-up training.

Muscule Function :

  • Improvement of muscle function,
  • Improving the flexibility and range of traffic,
  • Releasing tense muscles, preventing back pain,
  • Faster regeneration after training and competition,

Start Up :

  • Balance and coordination training,
  • Prevention of falls.

Nervous And Muscular System:

  • Coordination,
  • Balance,
  • proprioception,

Before using the balancing platform, the following contraindications should be excluded:

  • Pregnancy,
  • Acute thrombosis,
  • Implants (eg, artificial joints) in the parts of the body being trained,
  • Acute inflammation of the musculoskeletal system, active arthrosis (degenerative disease) or arthropathy (acute swelling and arthritis),
  • Acute tendinopathy of the parts of the body being trained (acute tendinitis),
  • Acute hernia,
  • Acute discopathy (acute problems with intervertebral discs),
  • Fresh fractures of the trained body parts,
  • Gallstones or kidneys,
  • Fresh wounds and postoperative scars in the trained parts of the body, or an unfinished process of tissue healing,
  • Rheumatoid arthritis,
  • Epilepsy, due to the secondary risk of injury.