30 Day Workout Guide for Dogs (How To Build Muscle) #infographic

As any personal trainer worth their salt will tell you, to stay fit you need to combine several types of exercises that will help you work out all your body. You would need to do cardio training, strength and balance exercises, etc. But even if you do all that, you won’t achieve your goals unless you do them regularly. And if this works for you, the same applies to your dog.

In this infographic by Bully Max, you will find a 30-day guide to help your dog get fit and build muscle. By following it, your dog will be able to train and perfect its physical abilities with several different activities. To keep progressing it’s important to exercise regularly and follow the training calendar, including the resting days. Finally, to make both your experiences better, you can take the chance to train alongside your dog. That way you will become a very healthy couple.

An infographic by Bully Max .

Pet and Human Development #Infographic

Cats and dogs are unique and special creatures in many ways but when it comes to their development they have a lot of similarities with each other, and even with their owners!
Pets with educated owners often live longer and have a better quality of life, so read the tips below for each life stage and see what you learn.

Infant
Just like human babies, kittens and puppies need a lot of sleep to aid their muscle and brain development; a newborn kitten typically spends 90% of their day sleeping – almost 22 hours!

Adult
In their adult years, feeding your cat or dog a balanced diet and engaging them in regular exercise or interactive play can help prevent common health problems like obesity.
Dogs typically require around 20 minutes to 2 hours of exercise a day depending on their breed, consult your vet for more advice if you’re worried your dog may be overweight.

Senior
During later life, cats, dogs and humans can face similar health issues including diabetes, arthritis and kidney problems. MedicAnimal has created a specially tailored range of senior dog food and senior cat food to help stave off these common issues.

Find out more in the visual below:

An infographic by MedicAnimal.

5 Uncommon Allergies to Common Things #Infographic #Allergy

Just imagine not being able to lead a normal life, only because you have to avoid common things. Like water, for example. Every time you contact with any fluids, it can cause pain. Or hives, rashes, high temperature, etc. And that is not the worst possible scenario! Some people can even get symptoms of an allergic reaction from exercising. And I’m not talking about running a half marathon. The poor fellows might find it hard to simply walk. Or even to sit down too fast.

There are plenty of unusual allergies out there. People can be allergic to anything, really. Look around. The chances are close to a 100% that there is at least one person in this world allergic to that thing you are looking at right now. But there are some allergies to common things that make one drastically change his or her lifestyle. Imagine trying to live a life without getting into the sunlight. Isn’t that terrible?

An infographic by ScienceLass.

7 Health Benefits of Walking #Infographic #Walking

Physical activity doesn’t have to be complicated. Walking is a simple way to keep your body and mind healthy. You can do it almost anywhere, no matter the season – you only have to leave your house and start walking.

Here are a few of the numerous health benefits of walking: strengthens your heart and bones, improves your mood, allows you to lose weight and live longer, gives you a vitamin D boost and reduces cancer risk.

It is also a low-impact way of exercising. It doesn’t put too much stress on the bones and muscles. That’s the reason why athletes who are suffering from a long-term injury often start their exercise routine with fitness walking again. For the reasons mentioned above, it’s also the perfect form of sport for overweight people who want to start exercising and don’t know where to start.

An infographic by WOO Walkers.

Should I go running today? #infographic #running

Do you think that you should go running but you are missing the final push? This infographic by Wimi Sports & Fitness can help you out. Follow the flowchart to find out if you should go running or not. They have considered a significant number of factors to help you decide if it is a good moment for you to do exercise or if you should rest instead.

If your final choice is to put on your running shoes and to get out there, you won’t regret it. Running is a complete exercise, with so many benefits for your body and mind. These include raising your levels of good cholesterol, increasing your lung function, preventing diseases, losing weight but also boosting your confidence, relieving stress and avoiding depression.

If you are not convinced yet, follow the flowchart in the infographic bellow for some extra motivation. No more excuses, start running today!

Wimi Sports & Fitness

An infographic by Wimi Sports & Fitness.