The BodySense website continues to be a valuable and sought-after source of information on navigating body image in sport.

Building on this existing value, the CCES will be launching a fresh website to share updated BodySense information in 2024. The new offerings will be centred around distinct eLearning courses for athletes and key influencers and will be bolstered by new interactive tools and resources.

“BodySense: A Positive Body Image Initiative for Athletes" is a novel approach to building safe and healthy sport environments. This initiative is dedicated to fostering positive body image in male and female athletes to proactively prevent disordered eating and muscle dysmorphia.

The program has successfully created a model for the promotion of positive body image in sport settings. It speaks to athletes, and also to the people that influence them such as parents, teachers, coaches and leaders in the sporting community.

For more information about the BodySense model, read the 10 BodySense Basics – a guide to improving the climate in your team or club, and to best support athletes who are at risk of developing negative body image because of the demands of their sport.

Visit the BodySense website for more information.

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