The treadmill is probably the most common piece of large fitness equipment in existence. It seems really quite logical to try and simulate the most common aspect of a human being’s movement about the earth. Because of all this, the treadmill has become perhaps the most finely tuned piece of exercise equipment the world has ever known. It wasn’t even that long ago that heart rate monitoring equipment was fitted onto some of the more expensive electricity driven models. The idea of creating little motors to simulate inclines was another monumental addition to treadmills, comparable to the little blue bristles in tooth brushes that turn white when you need a new one.
I was really stressed yesterday. I guess the fact is that life has really been getting the best of me these past few days and it all seems very overwhelming, to the point where I feel nauseous. I didn’t even do anything today. Most of my time was spent browsing pages on the Internet or with my head in my hands. In front of me sits a list of 27 things that I either wanted or needed to do, but not one of them has been crossed off yet.
Like many, I’m somebody who thinks that the stronger the impression information makes, the more people will retain. I think that’s probably the reason I was so enthralled with what was happening over at Information is Beautiful with their new interactive infographic. This new means of presenting data, well new to me, does so to get some hard facts across about supplements, their uses and whether or not they’ve ever been proven to do anything for a certain cause. The infographic brings it to the next level and all you have to do to learn about your favorite diet supplement is hover the mouse over it.