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Dynamic Speed Metaphors Sport Run Body Poses
from deck People Activities and Body Poses Stick Figures (outline PPT icons)

Dynamic Speed Metaphors Sport Run Body Poses

Slide Content

The slide illustrates various stages and speeds of running using stickman icons, designating different body poses to represent readiness, sprinting, jogging, resting, exhaustion, strolling, and walking. Each icon visually conveys the motion dynamics: "Ready" suggests a poised starting position, "Set" indicates a deeper crouch for imminent action, "Steady" portrays a balanced stance, "Go" depicts a dynamic sprinting posture, "Fast Sprint" captures an accelerated gesture, "Jog" shows a moderate running shape, "Rest" implies a pause with hands on knees, "Exhausted" reflects fatigue with a drooped body, and "Stroll" and "Walk" present more leisurely movements.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a minimalist design with a white background.
  • There is a dark teal header section with white text for the title and subtitle.
  • Nine stickman figures are arranged in three rows, with each row containing three figures. Each figure represents a different running pose or action.
  • The color scheme for the stickman figures is consistent, with teal for the figures in the first two rows, and two colors (teal and yellow, and teal and green) for the figures in the bottom row—indicating editability or adaptability for different backgrounds.
  • The stickman figures are presented against a clear, uncluttered space, which allows for easy visibility and comprehension of their differing poses.

The overall appearance of the slide is clean and modern, with a focus on visual simplicity to aid in the understanding of the various poses and actions. The use of color highlights the adaptability of the content for different presentation backgrounds.

Use Cases

  • In a business presentation to metaphorically demonstrate a team's project readiness and progression.
  • In a coaching or educational setting to visually represent different stages of activity or momentum.
  • Within a marketing pitch to illustrate the energetic attributes of a product or service, using running as an analogy.
  • For training or workshop materials to describe various performance levels or states of motivation.

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