Drinking and excercise don’t sound like something that we can easily connect. But although it does not sound like that, they have something in common – the more person drinks, the more they excercise. Difference is visible. It’s still being researched, but I think that it just has similar effect on mind. By Selene Yeager.
Fitness myths busted! They have to be. There are still a lot of misconceptions and faulty conclusions about working out, so Health Central busted five myths that are preventing you from starting a good fitness program. Get ready for perfect body you might have.
I’m female and therefore, I’m not into sport too much. In fact, I’m not into that at all. But also as a female I like colors, so this infographic made me at least a bit interested in Roland Garros. Can’t wait to see which colors will be in this pie chart next time. Some people don’t need much to be happy. By Vistadium.
As you could’ve concluded from my previous infographic, I’m really not a sports fan. But, to show tolerance, I’m uploading this one from Visual.ly with comparison of two great players of our time. I don’t know a lot about them, but can be sure they are famous – I’ve heard of them earlier.
This infographic is about Baltimore Orioles… and sin’t about them at the same time. They have changed their logo to the new one and their performance increased for a longer period… and then, after switching back to the old one, it worsened. Do you think that logo really has something with performance?
The Stanley cup is Canada’s national treasure, ever since 1892. Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley had a dream and made hockey, new game that was becoming popular, more competitive. He estabilished the cup as annual happening, tought of the motos and made it widely accepted, after some time even by the NHL. By Visual Capitalist.