Aim of this research is to establish the effects of the three month long experimental program with the rhythmic gymnastics and proprioceptive exercises as a main operator. Research was performed in completely new sport event, man’s rhythmic gymnastics, which in future will evolve and become recognized sport. Sample of the examinees (N=71) consisted of third year students of the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education in Sarajevo. Examinees were involved in a three month long rhythmic gymnastics training program along with additional proprioception training twice per week and each 30 minutes long. We applied 9 variables in order to asses the successfulness of the rhythmic gymnastics elements performance with three requisites, hoop, rope, ball and 19 variables for the assessment of the motor abilities: balance, coordination, flexibility, explosive strength, segment quickness and neuromuscular quickness. Analyzed qualitative changes were significant and main conclusion derived was that propriception training accelerated the formation of the global operational structures which resulted in higher achievements and more quality movement. Based on this it can be concluded that the programming of rhythmic gymnastics training could be enriched with the propriception area elements as it is not excluded that this area has abundance of the specific content which can be applied at different forms of adequate methodical operations.