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Neurodiversity and Intuitive Eating

How do you ‘listen to your body’ when you’re not quite sure what it is saying? This is a common issue for neurodiverse people – UK researcher Phaedra Longhurst shares her lived and learned experiences. Intuitive eating is a helpful approach for developing healthy, positive attitudes around food and encompasses listening to one’s body and […]

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Rethinking Sport Uniform Requirements For Girls and Women

Sports uniforms- there’s a particular smell (usually sweaty), a particular feel (mostly polyester), and definitely a particular look. At the basic level, the uniform is there so you don’t accidentally pass the ball to the wrong person- though in my case, you can never be sure! Uniforms are an identifier, and they bring people together-

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Athletes, Listen Up: 5 Ways To Change The Way You Think About Your Body, Performance And Health – For Good

In a world full of diet culture and sporting pressures, it’s easy to get swept up in the wave of focusing on what we look like rather than what our bodies can do. We are brought up surrounded with messages that our value lies in our appearance – on and off the sports field. I

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Don’t Pee in the Pool! Building Body Confidence in Aquatic Athletes

The number 1 rule for athletes in water sports? Don’t pee in the pool! But let’s see how this could relate to building a culture where body shaming doesn’t infiltrate our teams and affect our athletes’ mental and physical health. In terms of body shaming, one person making a negative comment about their body is

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