Students, Danish and international, can look forward to a summer full of activities for both body and mind.
The summer programme of the University Sports Organization, USG, has just been released: Besides weekly classes offering everything from tribal style bellydance to parkour, the programme includes several one-day events.
One such event was the mountain bike tour Sunday, 8 May, where physical activity and appreciation of the forest were reconciled. Participants had an action-packed day in the blooming forest.
Get in shape for your finals
On 19 June, a similar event will take place when the ‘Big Biking Day' is celebrated. If you prefer water sports, a kayaking event is coming up on 11 September connected to the ‘Day of Nature'.
USG also offers a way to get in physical shape for your mentally draining final exams. Next Saturday, 14 May, you can sign up for some calming pilates, energy-filled dancing or a hardcore cardio workout to boost you energy prior to your exams. With a registration fee of only DKK 20 there is no excuse not to be fit.
You can sign up for all one-day events on USG’s homepage. If you have not signed up for any of the weekly classes yet, there are still open spots in some of the classes.
Take a look at the USG page here, and sign up.
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