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How Running Changes Your Body

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“The runner’s high”- you’ve seen it in the news, you’ve heard it from your friends- but you never actually figured out what the term actually means. Runner’s high is used to describe a sensation people who are running feel due to the release of endorphins. This is a natural kind of high that pushes the runners even further and gives them a happy feeling, which usually comes from an accomplishment.
If you’ve been thinking of starting to run yourself but just couldn’t but just couldn’t convince yourself enough, this infographic by Running Addicted should help you take the initiative. Take a look at all the benefits you stand a chance to gain from running and how it can change your body for good.

“The runner’s high”- you’ve seen it in the news, you’ve heard it from your friends- but you never actually figured out what the term actually means. Runner’s high is used to describe a sensation people who are running feel due to the release of endorphins. This is a natural kind of high that pushes the runners even further and gives them a happy feeling, which usually comes from an accomplishment. If you’ve been thinking of starting to run yourself but just couldn’t but just couldn’t convince yourself enough, this infographic by Running Addicted should help you take the initiative. Take a look at all the benefits you stand a chance to gain from running and how it can change your body for good.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 70%
Design - 70%
Content/Script - 70%
Usability - 70%

70%

Final Grade

This is a longscroll infographic that educates the reader on how running changes your body. This is a good example of an infographic's topic being easily recognizable quickly, as the design elements clearly relate to running. The phase section uses good iconography, but the left-to-right, bottom-to-top format isn't intuitive. A reader might start on phase 5 with its placement at the top. The body illustration, in addition to some in the brain section, have a different design style than the rest of the piece, taking away from its uniform voice. This infographic is a good start, but could use some edits to get rid of the clutter and distractions. Overall, we give this a C.

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