Sport and Exercise Dev SA is always on a lookout for highly engaging Sports and Exercise Content.
We welcome practitioners who can provide well-researched content or share personal insight and experiences on Exercise and Sport and Recreation topics to guest write for Sport and Exercise Dev SA. If this sounds like you please browse through our Author guidelines.
The decision to publish an article rests with the editorial board. Consider the following if you want to be published
Yourpost should be 100% original
- Include all references where applicable
- If you make a claim, back it up with links to research or case studies that confirm and back up your claims.
- You can add your name, email address, and discipline at the top of your post. You can include a link to your social media profiles (But not business pages and websites)
- Sport for community development
- Increasing sport participation
- Effects of sports participation (negative or positive)
- Athlete development items such as physical literacy, competition planning, youth sports, child growth and development, and sport structure
- Psychology as applied to train, fitness, and competition
- Ethical matters related to sport, coaching, and development such as performance-enhancing drugs, sports eligibility, violence, and gender equity.
- Sports governance and policy
Since the readers of sport and exercise development SA come from all walks of life, we’d like to keep things as simple as possible. As you can expect, most of our audience is sports practitioners who are familiar with the sports discipline. Please keep your content relevant to them.
The sport and exercise development SA blog is a library of knowledge where sports practitioners and students, form sports development, exercise science, professional sport come to learn and share best practices.
Please keep this in mind when drafting your article. If you do, you can be sure that some of the most credible sports professionals will see your name.
Are there any style guidelines I should keep in mind?
Yes! we do have a few:
- Where possible, include numbered lists, bullets, and subheadings.
- Remember that for online writing, clarity and easy reading are key.
- Use casual, everyday words rather than academic or formal language.
- Avoid overly promotional language.
- When applicable, include expert advice.
- Link to a study or expert source to help prove your point.
- We allow the use of “they” as a singular, gender-neutral pronoun.
See our Author guidelines