SMART goals are specific (and specifically healthy for you!), measurable, action-oriented, realistic, and time-oriented.
Continue your back-to-health plan through your back-to-school transition. Here’s how.
Once an athlete, always an athlete! But, can you take advantage of the opportunity to define yourself in new ways after your athletic career?
Exercise does a body good, except when it doesn’t.
Distinguishing fact from fiction when it comes to eating disorders.
A sneak peek of when and where to find us and what to expect at the 2015 International Conference on Eating Disorders.
Weight-class athletes may be at particular risk to develop disordered eating behaviors.
Expressing care and concern for a teammate who may be struggling with disordered eating not only helps that individual—it can help the whole team to have healthy, fun, and successful season.
Here is a sneak peek of where to find some of our team at EDRS 2014!
Putting in the time and effort to figure out what will work best for you to maintain physical and psychological health as a college athlete will pay off, both on and off the field.