Kinesiology and Theater Building
Located in between North Hall and Noonan Hall, this space now holds offices and classrooms full of equipment for the kinesiology program including:
Monark Arm Ergometer
The Monark 881E Arm Ergometer offers a great cardio workout using the upper body and is specifically targeted to meet the fitness needs of individuals who cannot use their legs for physical activity. Arm Ergometers work in exactly the same way as a traditional cycle or exercise bike but rather are for the arms rather than the legs.
Baseline Sit n' Reach Trunk Flexibility Box
The Baseline Sit n' Reach Trunk Flexibility Box is used to perform sit and reach testing in a variety of settings including physical therapy, chiropractic, and sports training. Sit and reach tests are used as part of the evaluation process in rehabilitation and recovery to primarily measure the combined flexibility of the hamstrings, the hips, the lower back, and the shoulders.
The BOD POD Gold Standard Body Composition Tracking System is an air displacement plethysmograph (volume changes from whole-body) that uses whole-body densitometry to determine body composition (body fat and fat-free mass) in adults and children and can accommodate a wide range of populations.
Monark Stationary Cycle Ergometer
The Monark 818 E is the world’s most widely used test bike for fitness tests and work tests. The Monark pendulum balance ergometer is the world's most used test cycle for fitness testing. Electronic meter that shows pedal-turns per minute, heart rate in beats per minute, cycling-time in minutes and seconds, intended cycling speed in km/miles per hour, plus distance covered in km/miles. In addition braking power can be set, giving a reading of calorie consumption and power in watts.
Parvo Medics Metabolic Cart and Treadmill
Parvo Medics’ TrueOne® 2400 is a compact, integrated metabolic measurement system for cardiopulmonary stress testing, indirect calorimetry, and maximal O2 consumption measurement.
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Briar Cliff Theater
Built in 1966, the Briar Cliff Theater originally started out as the campus gymnasium. After some time, it was renovated to become the BCU Theater holding several productions throughout the years including dramas, musicals, and senior directed plays. Today it is reserved by a variety of different on-campus and community organizations for all manner of events from annual meetings to recitals to small theater productions.