Category Archives: Infographic

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Sitting Doesn’t Have To Be So Bad – In Defense of the Office Chair

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.

In-defence-of-office-chair

Thanks to Omnicore Agency for providing the infographic.

How To Live Forever

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
  • cancer
  • stroke
  • respiratory disease
  • accidents

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.

How to Live Forever Infographic

How to Use a Foam Roller Like a Pro

Foam rollers are a common sight in many settings around the world such as gyms and physical therapy / physiotherapy departments . You’ll often see people lying on them and rolling various parts of their bodies on them, often while making interesting faces. If you’re interested in how they’re used to target specific muscles and tissues, or if you’d like to know about the different types of foam rollers, this infographic is a great start. There’s much more to foam rollers and how they work and this infographic illustrates only the tip of the iceberg.

According to the infographic, foam rollers can help with:

  • muscle tension relief
  • correcting muscle imbalances
  • increasing range of motion
  • injury prevention

Thanks to  Greatist for the infographic.

Please leave your comments.

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How to use a foam roller

High Intensity Interval Training Guide

High intensity interval training (HIIT) is used by many athletes, both professional and amateur, as well as those training for weight loss or better health. There are many studies showing it’s effectiveness. Have you ever wondered why interval training is so effective or about different HIIT programs? This infographic may answer all of your questions about it.

Some interesting points:

  • calorie burning lasts up to 48 hours after completing a training session
  • HIIT boosts metabolism
  • HIIT taxes both your aerobic and anaerobic systems
  • 27 minutes of HIIT 3 times a week has been shown to be as effective as 60 minutes of regular exercise 5 times a week
  • there are many HIIT programs including the Tabata method that only takes 4 minutes!

Thanks to  Greatist for the infographic.

What do you think about interval training? Do you do interval training? Please leave your comments.

Complete Guide to High Intensity Interval Training