For everyday fitness, train in 3 dimensions.
Which P9 is for you?
Simplify your workouts with functional training that builds strength, balance and flexibility in a fun and unique way. We've got four Procedos mats to choose from:
The P9 is easy to use, but it also allows you to get creative with more traditional single plane of motion movements.
As an active dad who helps his son with football while playing tennis and soccer myself, I turned to the P9 to speed up rehabilitation of my knee and get back to doing what I love.
As a trainer, I've found it's a great way to highlight foot positioning and angles of joints when performing standing or ground based movements. Also, for introducing variability without anxiety for people who are very used to traditional training methods. A huge win for such a simple tool!
There's something about the circles, lines and numbers that just seems to unlock it for people. Probably allows my clients to leap forward about 6 months in their training - which is just fantastic.
I’ve also found the P9 to be versatile logistically. It’s lightweight, easy to transport, and even easier to store.
Discover a better way to train alongside the growing number of mums, amateurs, gym rats, dads, professionals, athletes, and trainers building everyday fitness the smart, fun way. It's great for:
Everyday fitness +
If you want to improve your fitness but don’t have the time to get to the gym (or don’t want to go), the P9 is perfect for you. Work out at home with just your body weight or pair it with other equipment—such as dumbbells, resistance bands, or a barbell—for an extra challenge.
Amateur to elite athletes +
The P9 was originally created to help athletes returning from injury bounce back faster and stronger. And while anyone can use it, athletes around the world use the P9 to stay in peak condition, recover quicker, and develop a resilient body that handles the stress of their sport.
Trainers & coaches +
A favourite of coaches (especially in Europe), the Platform is a unique way to stand out from the crowd by helping your clients build total body strength. Using the P9, you can assess where someone needs work and then create a program to let them fix that.