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.

Yoga Trends in America #infographic #yoga #trends #America

Yoga is an ancient discipline which seems to be getting hotter and hotter. The newly released 2016 Yoga in America Study Conducted by Yoga Journal and Yoga Alliance shows that the number of US yoga practitioners increased to over 36 million in 2016, up from 20.4 million in 2012 and 15.8 million in 2008

Here are some of the significant findings:

• More than 80 million Americans say they are somewhat or very likely to practice yoga in the next 12 months
• Practitioners are much more involved in many other forms of exercise, such as running, cycling and weightlifting, than non-practitioners
• The top 5 reasons for starting yoga are: flexibility, stress relief, general fitness, improve overall health, and physical fitness

Check out this infographic to learn more about Yoga trends in America.

An Infographic by Prama del Mar.