The Sport and Recreation Centre on RMIT Vietnam’s Hanoi City Campus has brand new equipment following the 2015 refurbishment of the campus building.
The centre made a come-back with a spectacular event, surprising RMIT students and staff with seven unique activities using brand-new cutting edge technology and equipment.
The launch event on level 5 attracted almost 200 staff and students, offered stimulating games, friendly supporters and plenty of food.
Participants chose four out of seven games: biking, TRX push-ups, squats, weight lifting, Wellbeats exercise, crab walking and a Line Room exercise. After the games food was free.
Sport and Recreation Activities Coordinator Nguyen Hong Ngoc said there were so many participants that at the end of the event no food was left.
“We aimed to make it stimulating, exciting and as friendly to students as possible,” she said.
Participants were impressed by the new facilities and the creative concept behind the games.
Participant Tuan Anh said: “In the Line Room activity we were in a room with ropes everywhere which we had to avoid at all cost. At the end of the room there was a ‘treasure’ – a note to claim.
“I felt like James Bond infiltrating the enemy’s base and avoiding the laser obstacles.
“I was surprised by the new decorations and modern equipment. Sport and Rec is better than ever.”
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