Events for Public
The Application Centre BALUO
The Application Centre BALUO is a unique technology park aimed at preventing diseases of modern times which supports physical activity and healthy lifestyle. The complex, which was officially openedon 11 November 2016, constitutes of a testing swimming pool with underwater cameras using special sensors monitoring the swimmers’ movement, thus allowing a deeper analysis of the underwater activities. The sensors also monitor the testing hall area. The Centre also offers its own ski simulator with adjustable angle and speed, and “smart” fitness centre or a climbing wall. What is more, a diagnostic studio of physical culture - or your body technical control station - is the crucial part of the innovative Centre. AC BALUO is for anyone who is interested in taking part in research inthe area of an active lifestyle. What is essential is finding out where one’s “starting line” is. All aperson has to do is to go there, fill out a questionnaire which will provide their experts with basic information, and then go through a diagnostic package according to their recommendations, one’s needs and goals. The annual registration fee is 1250/950 CZK. For more information about a membership in the AC BALUO and about the centre, go to www.acbaluo.cz.
Monitor and compare your physical activity
Whether you are already physically active or you have just decided to start moving, you might appreciate a monitoring tool that will offer you something more. The Indares.com system, which was created by the experts at the Faculty of Physical Culture, is used by people all over the world, as well as for international research projects, and you can start using it too as your sports diary. Log in to INDARES today at www.indares.com
Our faculty regularly participates in popularization events, such as Science and Research Fair (held in mid-June) or the Researchers' Night (last Friday in September), offering the public fascinating insight into the research activities of the faculty. We also try to popularize science with accompanying programme during open days. Various diagnostic measurements, such as body composition measurement and footstep assessment, are especially popular with our visitors, who can get tested free of charge. Children are particularly interested in activities for people with disabilities, such riding a sports wheelchair or boccia (pétanque for the disabled).
The faculty is also regularly involved in the programme for students of the Children´s University.