Introduction. The involutive changes of humans’ gait are multifactoral and they have negative influence on its quality. Among other symptoms, decrease in muscle strength and range of motion are the most frequently mentioned. These factors have an impact on some spatiotemporal gait parameters, such as decrease in gait velocity and step length and increase in step width. Study Aim. The aim of the study was to assess the influence of two different forms of training on spatiotemporal parameters of elders’ gait.Material. Fifty-nine participants joined the project. Medical examination and stress test were conducted to exclude any health contraindications. Participants were divided into two groups: versatile training (TW), and training in low positions (TN). Fourteen participants in each group finished the research protocol. Method. FDM Zebris platform was used to register the spatiotemporal parameters of subjects’ gait. Their task was to walk through it with their natural velocity three times. The training protocol took 12 weeks, twice a week meetings lasting 45 minutes. The main difference between the training groups was that the exercises of locomotion and in high positions were excluded in the TN group. Statistical analysis was conducted with Statistica software. Results. As a result of TW group, six parameters changed statistically significantly. step length of the right lower extremity step length of the right lower extremity (as a % of leg lenght) and step time of the left and right lower extremity, stride time and cadence. The other parameters showed different tendencies, but their changes cannot be assigned to the training protocol. TN subjects did not show any significant changes in the parameters considered. Conclusions. Changes of gaits’ quality are multifactor therefore they require future investigation. They need to be identified in order to be modified in the course of training or therapy. The exercise selection should include structurally similar tasks to the ones’ they desire to develop.