University Summer Challenge: Compete for Healthy Lifestyle

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VMU students, lecturers, employees and all other members of the community are invited to register for the University Summer Challenge from 1st of June: join an international inter-university competition in which community members of European and Lithuanian universities compete in physical activities. The challenge will continue from 1 June until 31 August. Before starting, it is recommended to prepare by taking a free body composition analysis test at VMU Sports Centre (Technikos g. 18R).

The aim of the project is to increase physical activity within academic communities in universities by challenging them to associate the academic world with active lifestyle, and physical activity with fun.

University Summer Challenge provides means for community members from different universities to register their physical activity (its type, intensity and duration) on a website during the summer.

The registration starts on the 1st of June and finishes on the 31st of August. The project focuses on the social snow-ball effect idea that results bring out more results, in other words: competing with oneself, one’s teammates (students, professors, administration, etc.) in the Faculty and one’s rivals motivates and unites the competitors for a common goal of a healthy life-style!

We kindly invite students, teachers, administrative staff and other members of the academical community to register to the „Summer Challenge“!

Before the start of a challenge we recommend you to properly prepare for it and on May 28th – June 1st, 2018, from 15:30 to 20:00 o’clock, do a free of charge body composition analysis test and get a consultation from a coach of physical training, Mrs. Asta Mockienė. This test will help you to get your “reference point” for the “Summer Challenge” and you will be welcomed to repeat it in the beginning of September, by the end of the challenge.

More about the project and how to participate

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