Can be a competitive aerobic sport or recreational activity that exercises of all the muscle groups and improves resistance.  



Is considered the most popular sport in the world, arousing great passions and feelings amongst those who practice it.





Developed in Brazil in the 1930´s and 40´s. It is similar to soccer yet played on a smaller field and mainly indoors. Players of this sport have great technical ability and domain over the ball, as well as speed and precision.   




Taekwondo is a Korean traditional martial arts, that teaches more than physical fighting skills. It is a discipline that shows ways of enhancing ones spirit and life through body and mind training.




Is a two- person sport and one of the most popular board games in the world. It is a useful way to develop intellect, reason and critical thinking.



Ping Pong

In this sport two or four players use paddles to hit the ball back and forth on a table so the ball passes over the net strategically so the rival isn't able to return it.   




Basketball demands great agility and physical effort. It is played with five players per team and its main goal is to shoot a ball through the opponent´s hoop.   




At Uninorte this sport is focused on the development of the physical strength of all players in a methodical and proportional way for each one of them. 





Racquetball is a sport designed for two players (single) or three or four players (doubles). It requires agility and is played indoors using rackets similar to those in tennis and a hollow rubber ball.





Karate is considered a life philosophy based on respect and solid principles. It is a tool that stimulates the mind and develops great strength in the participant.





Tennis is a racket sport designed to be played between two players (singles) and four players (doubles). It is one of the most passionate and famous sports in the world.





This is a non-contact competitive sport. Its objective is to pass a frisbee between players and points are scored by passing to a teammate in the opposing end zone.  




Is a high intensity sport that requires fast, strong, agile, powerful and resistant players. It is played by people in more than 100 countries.  





Is a sport that helps develop balance and bodily harmony through its specific movements. In this course you can learn about basic skills that will help you perform the right movements on skates and even complete simple circuits.   




Its popularity has risen exponentially around the world in the last decade. It is the second most practiced sport in Brazil and soon to be endorsed as an Olympic sport.   




This sport strengthens work team and intelligence. It demands quick thought, and develops coordination, speed and strength.  



Competitive physical training

Focuses on the development of physical and technical skills of the participants. Professor Jesús Marín prepares a work plan based on individual strengths, weaknesses and physical endurance.