Yoga is very popular these days, and with good reason. There are many benefits from its regular practice. The following infographic illustrates many interesting facts around its popularity and growth, about your typical yogi, and more.
The 4 sections of the infographic are:
- The Growing Industry of Yoga
- Profile of the Yogi
- Interesting Facts About Yoga
- What is Pushing the Popularity of Yoga?
This info graphic is created by Djina from Strech.nl
Much has been made recently about how bad sitting is for you. It’s the new smoking, didn’t you know?
Well, standing all day has its problems too. Chances are you’ll have to spend part of your day sitting anyway. When you do sit, a good chair set up properly can save you from much of the ills of prolonged sitting.
Check out the informative infographic below that presents some facts about sitting and some solutions as well.
Thanks to Omnicore Agency for providing the infographic.
Here’s in interesting infographic for those of you interested in immortality.
Here are some of the key points:
What stops us from living forever (in order of most common)?
- heart disease
- respiratory disease
You can add years to your life by:
- working less
- eating less
- drinking red wine in moderation
- eating dark chocolate
Thanks to Greatist for creating this.
It may be the most wonderful time of the year but it’s not a time without it’s health hazards. From decorating injuries, to travel risks, to elevated stress levels and the dangers of overeating, there are many dangers that accompany the holiday season. This festive infographic was created by MastersInHealthcare.com and outlines some of the dangers.
Running is one of the most common forms of exercise in the world. You can do it almost anywhere and need very minimal equipment. Judging by the latest barefoot or minimalist running trend, some would argue that you don’t need any equipment at all.
This infographic illustrates some of the more common running injuries, how to avoid them, and how to recover from them.
Some of the interesting ‘facts’ pointed out are that 36 million people run every year and that 40% to 50% of those people experience at least one injury. This is not terribly clear though. Do 40% to 50% of runners experience at least one injury per year? The infographic gives sources but no specific citations making it difficult to determine.
Please leave your comments.
Thanks to smootherfitness.com for creating this.
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