#Running #LessonsLearned – the #Infographic

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Running InfographicAs a matter of principle, I think that every day, you should learn something new. That keeps you sharp ! 🙂 A while ago I was told by experts that creating Infographics is  difficult, and not for the faint-hearted. That was enough to trigger me, so here we go. I decided to give it a (first) try!

On the website of Hubspot, I noticed a bunch of free templates, and the promising guidelines, “How to Create an Infographic in Under an Hour, coming with 10 Free Infographic Templates“.

Link: http://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/free-ppt-infographic-templates-designs-ht.

Question: what are your favorite Infographic tools and tips&tricks ?

The objective of this one, is to summarize my previous blogposts, these are the links to the blogposts:

‘1. On getting started, don’t try it on your own.

‘2. On the importance of food

‘3. About strength training.

‘4. Your ambitions, and how to keep them at a realistic level.

‘5. Injuries are a fact of life, when you run marathons. Have patience, and look for professional/medical help!

‘6. Don’t start too fast. If you go out too fast, regret it you will!

‘7. The benefits of cross-training.

‘8. All about mental strength, this is often overlooked.

‘9. Long runs are fun, but speed work is where the magic happens!

’10. Never give up!

All questions & comments on this, more than welcome !




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