Eating Disorders Awareness Week: Let’s talk about body image in the cycling

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Last year I wrote a piece on the various “dark sides” of cycling, and in recognition of National Eating Disorder Week, I wanted to revisit one of the biggest elephants in the room in endurance sports: body image and Eating Disorders (EDs). First, what exactly is an Eating Disorder? Eating Disorders are extreme disturbances in an … The post Eating Disorders Awareness Week: Let’s talk about body image in the cycling appeared first on CyclingTips .

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