In these modern times, most people are not physically active enough. In developed countries, more than half of children spend most of their free time on activities that involve sitting. Parents, too, tend to have less and less time for their children and physical activities that could be shared. Data demonstrates that spinal illness frequency is increasing decisively, becoming a global issue and are the most common chronic condition among the population under 45 years of age, the changes / injuries of the spine are one of the leading reasons for hospitalizations among the population under 65 years of age, the yearly prevalence of pain in the lower back area in developed countries is 15% and the costs related to treatment of lower back pain are between 80 and 200 EUR / person / year, where an incredibly rapid decrease in the age of those suffering the pain can be detected (children!). Besides the stated, the ever more inactive lifestyle affects mental states. This can be detected in less concentration, poor motivation, aggression, hidden social stratification, intolerance, in other words, an ever increasing social – emotional spectrum of issues.