F. A. Q.

Most frequent questions and answers

How often can I do?

As in any practice, the effect of accumulation is extremely important. We recommend practicing at least once a week. The optimal training regime is the “two days to a third” mode. During a two-day break, the body manages to recover, while not having time to lose the effect.

Will I get hurt?​

The degree of tension received on Pravilo is comparable to the load received on the horizontal bar. Most classes are conducted under the student’s own weight (weight-balances are equal in mass to your body), and the load rises very smoothly. Breaking the body is simply impossible!


How long does it take to get an effect?

A tangible sustainable effect occurs after 5-10 lessons, but you need to take into account the individual anatomical, physiological and psychophysical characteristics and capabilities of each person. Like any other practice aimed at working with the body, Pravilo has a deep, long-lasting effect on a person, so you can and should do this simulator for as long as possible.

My back hurts. Will it help me?

PRAVILOworld is not a medical institution and we do not treat back diseases. But we can say that the vast majority of students are relieved.

Is it hard?​

The practice on Pravilo is associated with some overcoming. The sensations during practice are very intense and vibrant, often accompanied by discomfort, so each student must clearly understand and realize that he will need maximum mood and desire to go through this discomfort to get the result. The practitioner should be full of attention to his body and sensations and be able to “get along” with himself in this process.

This is far from fitness and not morning exercises, you should not come to Pravilo for the sake of empty interest. This is a serious practice requiring full awareness from the practitioner, reverence and unconditional determination!

What are the contraindications?​

There are quite a lot of contraindications, as with any other physical activity, but there are some specific ones.
  • spinal fractures
  • recent limb fractures, sprains, bruises, dislocations
  • metal implants in the body
  • lack of ligaments or shortened ligaments in the upper limb
  • postoperative period
  • inflammatory processes
  • mental illness and disorder
  • period of exacerbation of chronic diseases
  • menstruation period
  • pregnancy
  • general malaise