This infographic from Gym Pros outlines the details of what goes into a piece of commercial fitness equipment once it leaves its previous facility. This is a much more cost effective way of purchasing the $10K+ commercial units used in health clubs.
Score from the experts at Killer Infographics
Visual Communication - 65%
Design - 65%
Content/Script - 60%
Usability - 65%
This infographic details one company's process for refurbishing fitness equipment. Using photographs works well for indicating specific equipment and it communicates the subject matter of fitness equipment, but there isn't much visual indication of equipment repair. Also, adding illustrations to the photos creates an odd aesthetic. The varied fonts also don't feel very intentional and create some visual confusion. There is also a lot of text; short bulleted text works better than paragraphs for infographics. In all we'd give this a D.