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Twitter Resources for physical activity, sports and sport science

Twitter is a great resource for receiving information about a number of topics in the world of physical activity, sport, sport psychology and and sport science.  Below are listed a few sites that I recommend checking out.

@PlayerPD   (Player Development Project)
The Player Development Project was founded in response to the disconnect between what we know about player development, and what was actually happening in player development environments in the world of soccer/football.  The blog consists of videos, research, discussions and articles about soccer player development.

@SportIQTraining  (Get Sport IQ) The Sport IQ blog is based in Calgary, Canada and is focused on blog articles and research centered around sport and sport culture.  Articles range from the debate of multi-sport vs. specialization to the sport psychology of professional athletes and the perspectives of professional coaches, players and youth coaches.

@YLMSportScience  (Yann Le Meur Sport Science) Yann Le Meur is a sport scientist, researcher & blogger.  He specializes in infographics that depict findings in the world of sport science and is a researcher for the French Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance in Paris, France.

@BelievePHQ  Believe Perform Sport Psychology The Believe Perform website is based in London, England and focuses on sport psychology, physiology and nutrition.  Articles are relevant for coaches, athletes, students and parents in topics such as motivation, emotional intelligence, health and wellness, injury prevention and recovery.

@YouthSportInst  National Youth Sports Institute The National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute, based in Indiana, is dedicated to being the recognized leader and advocate for advancing and disseminating the latest research and evidence-based education, recommendations and policy to enhance the experience, development, health and safety of our youth in sports.

@AspenInstSports  Aspen Institute of Sports Project Play  The mission of the Sports & Society Program is to convene leaders, foster dialogue, and inspire solutions that help sport serve the public interest, with a focus on the development of healthy children and communities. The program provides a venue for thought leadership where knowledge can be deepened and breakthrough strategies explored on a range of issues.





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