My Top 5 Health and Fitness Infographics

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I don’t know about you, but I love infographics! Pictures do speak a thousands words, well maybe not a quite a thousand. Anyway, I thought these 5 health and fitness infographics were well done. They give lots of information in an easy to read format with great color and images.


This first infogram is about calories. I like it because they give you a range for protein, carbs, and fat. After all, we do all have different nutrional needs (check out Metabolic Typing). Find out what your daily calorie intake shoud be. Do you stay under or over that? I love using my fit bit to help me with figuring that out.

infographic for counting calories


You here it everyday, High intensity training or interval training will help you to get fit fast. It’s true! This infographic tells you what that type of training is and different ways to train. I like the Turbulence Training because I love lifting weights.


Oh the foam roller, I love it and hate it. Really I love it even though it hurts sometimes. Using the foam roller is sometimes better than a massage. If you don’t have one, get one and check out some of the ways you can use it.



More ways to track your fitness on line, WOW! This infographic is full of great ways to keep track of your health and nutrition. I use the Fitbit and My Fitness Pale apps. What apps do you use?


Posture is a very important part of health. Check out these tips and apply them at work, in the car and at home.



Do you have any favorite health and fitness infographics?  Did you learn anything new with these 5?

Keep training,

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4 comments on “My Top 5 Health and Fitness Infographics

  1. Allana Williams

    I agree with you, I love infographics too! It is more eye-catching and creative so people would be more interested in reading it even on the first look.

    1. ElitePhysiques

      Hi Allana, Thank you for reading! I often print them out and hang them in the gym.

  2. Kyle Walker

    Infographics are really appealing. I tried making one at Canva. I use it to promulgate importance of health and fitness.

    1. Sherry Macdonald

      They do get the point across. Photos are always good to use.

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