Our sucesses are based on the everyday training. Artificial stimulators are not effective in art gymnastics at all. That is why this is, probably, the "purest" sports and the work invested is enormous, in fact. The practice is initially once daily but later on - two times daily. The training process combines the learining of something new and subsequent improvement and automatization of the already mastered. The training is complex in nature and includes elements of the physical, technical, psychological, tactical, and theoretical education. It is guided by our coaches, choreographers, pianists, physicians, and masseurs.
Thanks to the physical training we form and further develop a series of qualities such as strength, flexibility, quickness, endurance, preciseness, and plasticity. During the general physical training we perform specific and complex exercises for the different muscle groups.
The technical training aims at ensuring a perfection of the performance. The unity of our favorite sports with music and choreography represents its very typical peculiarity. This circumstance necessitates the presence of creative capacities of the gymnasts. The expressiveness and emanation typical of the Bulgarian school are achieved, however, thanks to hard and continuous work. These long-lasting trainings occupy almost completely our time. That is why the question emerges when and where the gymnasts learn.